The Horse and Groom, dating from 1830 and close to Ramsgate’s stunning Royal Harbour, is a friendly and down-to-earth pub offering a number of excellent cask ales and popular live music nights.
The pub is tucked away in quaint Charlotte Court, nestled between bustling Harbour Street and York Street, close to Ramsgate town centre. Originally known as The Royal Arms, the pub was renamed the Horse and Groom because of its close proximity to Sacketts Livery Stables.
Popular with locals and welcoming to visitors, the pub is a comfortable place to pop in for a pint or a coffee, while exploring the fabulous marina and rich architectural heritage of this beautiful coastal resort. The home of famous architect Augustus Pugin, designer of the Palace of Westminster, Ramsgate is also famous as being the short-term home of Van Gogh who lodged in Spencer Square.