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The Harbour Arms, Margate - pub details

Address: Units 7-8 Harbour Arm, The Stone Pier, Margate, Kent, CT9 1JD [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Margate (0.5 miles), Westgate-on-sea (2 miles), Broadstairs (3.4 miles)

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I went to this pub a couple of times back in the Summer and found the place very friendly. On both occasions the sun was out and I enjoyed sitting in the sun sipping Gadd's Seashells, reading a book and looking at the seaside view.
Very laidback easy going sort of place on the harbour arm and very handy for the Turner Gallery.
Food is available although I can't comment on the quality.
As the weather was so warm I only popped inside the pub to get drinks but from what I could see there was a nautical theme going on with nets hanging up.
All in all a great little pub in an intersting spot and all part of the rebirth of Margate as a place to visit.
My only question is how popular the pub will be in the colder months.
outtamehead - 24 Nov 2015 04:34
Still best pub (in my opinion) in Margate. Busy and welcoming, managed to get a table outside overlooking the harbour....................................fantastic.
pwilkins - 12 Oct 2015 10:50
Just gets better and better (now in larger premises a door down)
pwilkins - 23 Jun 2015 15:07
Our 3rd pub of the day and another micro pub.

A short cab ride from Westgate and we arrived at this lovely little micro bar right on the harbour wall and a few steps from Turner Contemporary.

3 real ales on but an amazing 10 real ciders also on. I opted for a pint of Northumberland Brewery On the Pull @ 4.0%

Tiny and busy, full of bits & bobs, there are nets above your head that hold all of things including a couple of surfboards!

Friendly owner / bar staff, outside toilets on the harbour, a little food kiosk next door…all in all this is a very good little place and worthy of anyone’s time when visiting Margate.
lezford - 25 Jan 2015 12:59
A marvellous, micro-pub, out on the harbour arm, not far from the lighthouse at the end. A small, single-room pub, not more than about 4x4m, with three ales all on gravity, a Bank Top Sweeney's, an Avocet from Exeter and another I can't remember. My Sweeney was in excellent condition and I would have liked to stay and try the others if I hadn't had a booking in town. A very relaxed and informal atmosphere. Table-sharing is the natural thing to do in such a small space and the landlord and customers were friendly and welcoming. Simple bar snacks, mostly pickled eggs and pickled onions, of which there were several varieties of each. There's also a piano! Fisherman's netting hangs from the ceiling with many and various adornments. This is now firmly on my list of things to do every time I visit Margate.
red - 4 Jan 2015 17:10

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