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The King Ethelbert Inn, Reculver - pub details

King Ethelbert Inn

Address: Herne Bay, Reculver, Kent, CT6 6SU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37700) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Herne Bay (3.9 miles)

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Called in for a welcome pint on beautiful cycle from Margate to Whitstable.
Muzzy - 4 Jul 2015 10:27
This pub proved the perfect place to stop off for lunch on a short walk along from Herne Bay. We enjoyed some well cooked and tasty food at amazingly cheap prices, such as a large plate of liver & bacon, mash and veg for £4.95 - wow! Only downside perhaps is the décor is rather old fashioned and could do with modernising but we suspect it's that way for the predominately older patrons here.
micbinks - 2 Jul 2013 18:04
Pleasant enough location next to the reculver Towers. A number of people were eating and a few locals were in. the Yellowsomething or other ale I had was just about okay but didn't fancy another.
anonymous - 1 Apr 2012 10:10
Visited on a warm sunny summer's day and had a pleasant lunch on the decked terrace. Three beers available. Adnam's Explorer, Wantsum More and one other I did not try. Worth a visit.
inmyopinion - 29 Aug 2011 18:32
Our group of Ramblers from Surrey visited this pub for a "quick" drink stop on our walk from Birchington to Herne Bay. Although they had quite a few diners and locals in, they coped admirably with our order for 33 drinks, 21 of which were pints of Rosey Nosey ale from Hardy & Hansons. The staff didn't even seem put out either, which can happen in some pubs with a group of walkers. So well done to them and maybe it'll get in the GBG sometime.
paulelvis - 13 Jan 2010 20:51

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