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The Star, Romney Marsh - pub details

Address: St Mary in the Marsh, Romney Marsh, Kent, TN29 0BX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39224) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of the Star, Romney Marsh

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Have long wanted to visit the Star, went on Sunday 29/09 & wasn’t disappointed. Friendly landlord, polite regulars & fantastic location opposite St Marys. Tried the Betty Stoggs which was spot on! Would have had more but was in the car. Bargain £1.50 bar rolls just enough to keep you going as a lunchtime snack. Will be back on foot or by bicycle.
Buckhurstboy - 1 Oct 2013 12:46
Popped in for a quick pint and had a nice pint of Samphire bitter. This was my first visit and there was a nice atmosphere in a pleasant location. Will return when the weather is better and try the food.
TheTrooper - 20 Jun 2011 20:15
Dropped in for an all-too-brief half en route through the Marsh. We discovered a charmingly timeless old pub which I can only imagine hasn't altered since the '70s. Except the beer range, thankfully, which included a Goddards and - very unusually outside London - Meantime's IPA. The latter was a tad warm although the former was perfect. Very earthy and mostly the haunt of locals, we nonetheless didn't feel unwelcome at the Star. The garden came into its own given the lovely weather. Note the concreted-in seats with wooden tops. Presumably this is due to the brisk wind and salt content, which was bristling across as we sat enjoying our drinks, which means the seating would both blow over and degrade all too quickly. Overall, an old time classic that's worth finding.
TWG - 25 Jul 2010 20:13
Lunched here on 11 June. Food was fine, staff were friendly and choice of beer was good - Adnam's Bitter, Adnam's Broadside, Young's Bitter and Ringwood 49er, which was superseded by Adnam's Lighthouse. Tried two of the beers and were in good condition. Pleasant location with a nice garden. Will go back again.
inmyopinion - 15 Jun 2010 08:06

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