The Echo, Gravesend - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28652) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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Old Prince of Orange, Gravesend (0.3 miles), Windmill, Gravesend (0.3 miles), Millers Cottage, Gravesend (0.3 miles), Ascot Arms, Gravesend (0.4 miles), Waterloo, Gravesend (0.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Had never been tempted to go in when it was run by the previous managers but the Echo has quickly gained a great reputation since its recent refurbishing under the new managers. Went there to meet friends for a drink and a laugh. The whole evening was great, comfortable sofas, great beer at good prices with Doombar and a guest ale on tap.|
mayorsoffice - 13 Sep 2014 10:55
|Awesome place, had a great singer on Sunday called Chris Till and now that the meat raffles is back on a Sunday it's definately the place to go with the family. |
Loving the new garden, and with the music and general atmosphere it's feeling like a party pub on a Sunday!
lukewalksinthesky - 9 Sep 2014 20:14
|Visited last friday night, Pub has had a major revamp and looks very smart, bar staff are friendly and attentive,|
Had a friendly atmosphere and a choice of 3 ales, i forget the names at abv 4.1, 4.3, but Otter was the guest all.
About 65 people in for the evening across the two bars, the beer smelled and tasted excellent - and for the area cheap prices in fact the others reckoned it was the best value pub and the best experience we'd had in a couple of years- and they're pub snobs...
Garden and smoking area are both top notch with some great furniture and playsets for the kids. Would score it 11 if I could.
GuinessGary - 6 Sep 2014 15:04
|Had never been tempted to go in before but the Echo has quickly gained a great reputation since its been refurbished. Went there to meet friends for a drink and a chat. The whole evening was great, comfortable sofas, great beer at very good prices and a couple of guest ales on tap.|
PJHeppers - 4 Sep 2014 12:22
|Perhaps it was sitting outside on an idyllic early summer evening after a brisk cycle from the train station, but this pub really did it for us. Overlooking the amorphous suburban sprawl of Gravesend, the pub has a large outside seating area although the locals - a seemingly civilised bunch - seemed mostly to stick indoors. Admittedly, Gravesend isn't the most idyllic location but the view is leafy and pleasant enough with lots of birds to be seen and heard. The new owners have redecorated and 'improved' the pub in the past few months but they didn't seem to commit any especially heinous architectural crimes in the process. But best of all, it had a great couple of brews on tap along with a very tasty white wine. An especially handy spot if you're cycling or walking the Gravesend fitness route.|
gravesenddrinker - 1 Sep 2014 23:54
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