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Unicorn Inn, Canterbury - pub details

Address: 61, St. Dunstans St, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 8BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5947) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Canterbury West (0.2 miles), Canterbury East (0.6 miles), Sturry (2.4 miles)

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Locals pub, just outside the West Gate and City Walls.

No sign of local kentish beers - two handpulls, one was Harvey's Sussex Best. A favourite brew but bang average here.

Good Beer Guide 2019 entry.
Mappiman - 11 Mar 2019 17:32
Good no-nonsense local's pub with a good range of ales from Kent micros. Didn't try the food but it looked good. Recommended.
baxterfish - 10 Jun 2018 17:31
With just enough time before our time, we headed to the Unicorn which is quite handy for the station. It seemed a fairly small pub. But I didn't have time to check it out in detail. Locals were friendly. Ales were Shepherd Neame Master Brew, Sharps Doom Bar, Wells Bombardier & Hopdaemon Golden Braid. Cider was Kentish Pip Craftsman. We moved on from here to the excellent Bottle Shop in a farmer's market next to the station.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Mar 2016 17:14
An excellent pub with a good range of beers at reasonable prices.
cheshirecat - 19 Aug 2015 10:01
My first ever visit on a Saturday lunchtime while in Canterbury for the weekend with the wife.

With up to 7 pubs to tick in 1 day we started at the furthest from our hotel.

An ex Fremlins pub that is very quaint and old fashioned inside.

4 ales on the hand pumps. Shepherd & Neame Masterbrew, Sharps Doombar, Timothy Taylor Landlord and my choice which was Caveman Brewery Neanderthal @ 4.4%. Always good to see Caveman on tap as the owner of the brewery is a friend of a friend

Pretty busy with a few tables of diners and the rest consisted of drinkers. The pool table in the back area was being used but the beer garden out the back was empty, most probably due to the cold weather.

Lots of historic beer bottles dotted about, old framed pictures of Canterbury on the walls and horse brass around the bar.

A very decent and friendly pub and a good place for our first drink of the day.
lezford - 10 Feb 2015 15:00

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