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The Queen Charlotte, Rochester - pub details

Address: 159 High St, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1EH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28688) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Rochester (0.2 miles), Chatham (0.7 miles), Strood (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 3.5/10 (rated by 16 users)
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user reviews of the Queen Charlotte, Rochester

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Hi I'm the landlord and licencee for this premises. I shall do my best to respond to some of the comments. This is a enterprise inns site so therefore any improvements made are done out of my own pocket. I've been here for 8 years I would love to do a range of cask ales but the prices I am charged by my Pubco means that I would be charging £3/£4 a pint that's why we don't do cask ales. I could say more but the best thing to say is judge for yourself. No more strippers. Still have characters in the pub who all behave ( book and cover come to mind) this is what pubs are about, where blokes come in after work have a pint with friends and generally take the mick out of their friends and landlord , watch some sport listen to some music and even play a game of pool. It's where people learn how to communicate and express themselves good and bad. Something a computer screen can not teach you.
Since the last comment made many improvements have been made to the interior which has been completely updated and is still being done. We are waiting to start work on the outside. We know the outside looks tired and depressing but when you have estimated costs of £25000 to put right it's not something that can be done straight away. Pubs like mine aren't the enemy - supermarkets and Pubcos are , 26 pubs a week are closing.

To those that have commented on this site please pop in and see the changes that have been made. I am certain you will change your views.

QC159 - 23 Jun 2013 20:34
This is a pub to AVOID on a Friday night. Full of drunks and blokes looking for trouble. However during the day and on weekday evenings is a reasonably pleasant experience to visit
phonak - 17 Jan 2010 16:56
Girls enter at your peril. Seems to be in competition with The Golden Lion for worst Rochester pub! Bad! Bad! Bad!
cindydee25 - 18 Jun 2009 20:34
What a ripoff dive. Charge you three quid to go into the basement to see 'exotic dancers' then the girls want a pound each . Costs about �12 plus the overpriced beer. Avoid like swine flu
likesapintorthree - 16 May 2009 09:12
The previous review is spot on! Such a depressing place.

I popped in a few weeks ago to witness one of the most absurd scenes I have ever seen. Two guys playing pool. One of which was an extremely loud obnoxious Scot who offered his opponant the chance to **** his wife if he won. His poor wife looking on aghast! The guy replied "don't worry I won't be doing that" to which the Scot said why not and exploded in a fit of rage. "What is wrong with my wife how dare you offend her!!" Unbelievable. Needless to say the pub errupted into a brawl ending up with the Scot badly beaten outside.

So, if you see a white haired man in Rochester High Street wearing a Celtic shirt keep your distance!
beerquaffer40 - 9 May 2009 22:36

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