The Saddler, Ramsgate

The Saddler

Saddlery was once central to life at The Saddler, Minster, now better known for its real ale, traditional pub activities and friendly atmosphere.

Favourite features of the family-run inn include Sky Sports, a good-sized garden with childrens play equipment and bouncy castle, pool, darts and , bat and trap . There are weekly poker nights and regular live music and theme nights.

The Saddler also has its very own coffee shop run by the "Mad Hatters" open from 9am daily, you can enjoy a lovely range of coffee's and breakfast's and also enjoy a light lunch between 12pm and 4pm.  You can also join us on a Sunday for a delicious roast dinner.

The Landlord Steve Bamford prides himself in making your visit welcoming and homely, in a comfortable atmoshphere,whether your here to eat , drink or to just watch the football.

The Saddler is an extremly family friendly establishment, with childrens play equipment and a bouncy castle, nappy changing facilities and childrens lunch box deals.

Come and try us today......


A bit of history
The pub, built around 1865 and originally The Freehold, incorporated the saddler’s next door when taken over by Tomson and Wotton in 1876. It became The Saddler in the 1970s.

Visitors can admire the magnificent saddle that once belonged to a German officer from The Ulan, an elite cavalry corps, part of a rich assortment of coaching and equine accessories including brasses, crops, horseshoes and wheels.