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The Lanes, Dover - pub details

Address: 15 Worthington Street, Dover, Kent, CT17 9AQ [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Dover Priory (0.3 miles), Kearsney (2.5 miles), Martin Mill (3.7 miles)

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user reviews of the Lanes, Dover

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Good town centre micropub that does have more of a pub than a shop feel to it. Good selection of ales all were at £3.20 a pint (I think)
Snarling_Mallard - 18 Apr 2018 12:10
My favourite amongst the Dover micro pubs.
Very friendly.
I support the micro pubs though one criticism which could be levelled at them is they have a slight makeshift, Spartan feel about them.
This does not apply to The Lanes.
The chairs are very comfortable and the carpet gives the place a homely feel to it. the toilets are above average for micros as well.
On my last visit there were 4 real ales on and several ciders too
I had a couple of great pints of Copper Top.
I can definitely recommend this pub!
Handy for the railway station too!

outtamehead - 9 May 2016 09:55
Last entry should have read a wide selection of CIDERS available!
outtamehead - 24 Nov 2015 05:59
One of the new micro pubs which are becoming popular in this neck of the woods.

Very friendly and welcoming (as many micros are) it's run by a pleasent couple. Very smart and tidy with decent toilets. Something that can't be said about some other micros I've visited!

The day I visited the real ales were Gadds Just the Ticket, Canterbury Ales Friars, Grindstone Triple B and Rockin Robin Really Rockin. Both the Gadds and the Canterbury Ales were excellent snd well kept.
There was a wide selection of ales available too though I didn't touch any of them.

The pub's not too far from the station and I will definitely visit agin. A welcome addition to what is a pretty average collection of pubs in Dover.
outtamehead - 24 Nov 2015 05:58
This is one of at least 2 self-styled micro-pubs in Dover (Oct 2015). The Lanes is a great little boozer with a nice selection of beer.

The lady who runs it was very welcoming and was delighted to help. There is no bar as such, she'll just come up to you and guide you through the list of beers, ciders and wine etc.

Part of the shop is set out like someone's front room with sofas around a table. You can just sit down and chat to the locals. Alternatively there are tables near the window where you can sit and please yourself. Highly recommended and I hope it does well.
MarkieB - 6 Oct 2015 21:43

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