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Queens Head, Ramsgate - pub details

Queens Head

Address: 78, Harbour Parade, Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 8LP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36468) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ramsgate (1 mile), Dumpton Park (1.1 miles), Broadstairs (2.2 miles)

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user reviews of Queens Head, Ramsgate

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Thorley pub on harbour. Great decor, high prices.
margate1 - 12 Aug 2015 14:29
Was okay on the weekday afternoon that we went here. love the decor...
glenfarg - 13 Apr 2015 03:39
Original tiles outside and in; a quirky place full of charm. Three casks - Hen, Pride and Best. Function room upstairs for hire. The pub goes back deep and dark - the only windows are at the front. Background music and TV. OK.
SilkTork - 24 Oct 2013 14:32
Not exactly an obvious choice for discerning ale drinkers to opt for, as it plainly seemed to be more of a pub with clubby leanings; loud music (which I'm sure was coming from the radio?!), doormen in tight suits, and lots of young folk (and actually on closer observation not so young) all dolled up ready for an evening on the Jagerbombs.

But, it was relatively late in the day and it looked lively enough to keep our flagging bodies awake for a tad longer, so as an antidote to all the serious beer dens we'd visited in town earlier, we unbuttoned our jackets, puffed our chests out, and ventured forth into the rather palatial Victorian entrance of the Queens Head.

What we found was not entirely unexpected, but some aspects of it were. Perfectly-acceptable pints of good ale were served, efficiently, by the barmaid and a reasonable price was paid. There was no obvious indication of excess drunkenness or rowdy behaviour, and despite the din the rather mixed clientele did seem to be more focused on conversation than gyration. So far so good.

We found seats out front in the commodious but ever-so-slightly twee garden area which one might not have expected to find at a niterie such as this. Still, comfort was assured and as things inevitably got busier - probably not much competition for nightlifers in Ramsgate - we felt we'd opted for the most sensible position in which to quietly quaff our ales.

It didn't endear enough to embolden us to order a second drink. But it wouldn't have been the worst case scenario to endure had we stayed.

Not a patch on some of the area's other pubs, but it serves a useful purpose, and does add to the gaiety and vibrancy of the harbour area.
TWG - 27 Jul 2012 13:35
Another Thorley Tavern. Internally, fantastic, the layout is great, location nice.....a few too loudmouths, big chesting their ideals drink here though...Football days, no go...
sefpacific - 16 Apr 2010 12:11

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