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Rose of England, Ramsgate - pub details

Rose of England

Address: 97 High Street, Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 9RH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33389) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ramsgate (0.6 miles), Dumpton Park (0.9 miles), Broadstairs (2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 10 users)
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Popped in here as the pub is in the current (2016) CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
Was disappointed to find only 2 of the 4 hand pumps were in use. On top of that one of the active ales was Bombardier, not a favourite of mine.
The pub has a local cosy feel to it with a snug bar which was showing the Euro 2016 football on a large screen.
The clientele when I was there, late afternoon, were on the elderly side.
The walls and decorations involved lots of old pictures, drawings and pots and mugs.
The locals (including the local dog) were very friendly. As Ramsgate is my home town there was quite a bit of reminiscing going on.
Maybe it's just one area but there seemed to be a musty smell in the corner of the snug.
Overall a pleasant enough pub though a little surprised to find it in the GBG.

outtamehead - 18 Jun 2016 10:46
Had a very nice time with the friendly locals on my one visit here, during a day trip.

A very nice pub.
glenfarg - 13 Apr 2015 03:35
Had a nice Gadds nr 5 in here its a bit small but its ok.
Toilets were clean so was the black dog behind the bar I guess.
markos - 17 Feb 2013 23:12
Atmospheric boozer with friendly enough staff and locals and a certain timelessness as evidenced through the old photos and decor. The ambience is as fitting as the choice of beers, and the only thing missing was a cheese and onion roll.
Codrotten - 25 Oct 2011 20:11
I also feel the reviews of this pub are a little harsh. I live locally and during the week there is usually at least one real ale on, sometimes two, recently they've had ales from Gadds, Old Dairy Brewery and The Wantsum Brewery all at just �2.56 a pint. I agree they do sell out but just ask and there are bottled ales available, Hobgoblin, Pedigree etc.

The interior is pleasant with an abundance of old pictures and curios on display, it's like a mini museum. There are fresh flowers on the bar, potted plants on the window sills, and table displays which all add to the comfort, cosiness and homely feel of the pub.

There is a saloon bar with a dartboard, and a back room with Pool Table and Pinball Machine. There is no jukebox, no Sky TV just an old fashioned boozer where conversation is the entertainment and drink prices you can afford.
ASM123 - 23 Feb 2011 18:24

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