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Honeysuckle Inn, Ramsgate - pub details

Address: 31 Honeysuckle Road, Ramsgate, Kent, CT11 8AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33093) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dumpton Park (0.4 miles), Ramsgate (0.9 miles), Broadstairs (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of Honeysuckle Inn, Ramsgate

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A very attractive pub hidden down a side road. From the outside it looks like a postacrd and inside it's very friendly and inviting.

As a passing tourist watching the 6 Nations rugby I was made to feel very welcome by the landlord and the locals.
Loki - 18 Mar 2013 14:57
I must admit it was last year when I ventured into here, led by a tracker attuned to off-the beaten track Ramsgate experiences. And what a find. Nothing special in the beer stakes, but a throwback to a bygone era. If it were closer it would become one of my locals. A most agreeable atmosphere, and sitting outside on a sunny day....well, one could have been in the heatwave of 1976, save for the more agreeable beer. So this one's points include a uniqueness factor, and why not?
Codrotten - 25 Oct 2011 20:49
The Honeysuckle is indeed a gorgeous looking pub, hidden up a little side street. The wife and I - well, more me than the wife, though I am religious about the experience - always attend the karaoke night on Friday or Saturday when up Ramsgate way. Terry, the landlord, is easily misread: he can look more miserable than a wet weekend in Margate, but he has a very dry sense of humour and we've always found him very friendly. His wife does the smiling for the both of them.
A British pub that retains some soul and independence. To be cherished.
getinthebackofthevan - 22 Jul 2010 15:36
The mysterious "fran" strikes again! A reasonably fair assessment by Thebman, although I'm not sure about his comment in respect of the landlord. I've been using this little pub on and off for quite some considerable time, and the landlord never has been what one would call a barrel of laughs.

The beer tends to be either Bombardier or Courage Best/Directors' and I've only ever had one "iffy" pint there. It's worth a visit, but only before gravity takes you downhill towards the "Monty".

You might want to pop into Feeney's - you'll generally gat a half decent pint of Courage there, but I don't think I would go so far as to submit it for inclusion on BITE.

As far as The "Honey" is concerned - 6/10
5thearlofwimbourne - 5 May 2008 16:33
Gorgeous looking pub up a little side street next to Feeney's. On my last visit they had 2 ales on, kept pretty well. Only problem was that they were not particularly friendly, didn't seem to like the fact that there were young people like myself in their pub.
Thebman - 17 Mar 2008 12:41

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