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Pubs

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Ales By The Rails

Locally brewed beer seemed a natural pairing for the famous steam train that winds along Romney Marsh under big skies. So Romney Marsh Brewery has teamed up with the RH&DR Railway to create 'Ales by the Rails' – a new brewery beer garden in the grounds of the railway’s Dungeness Station. 'Ales by the Rails' is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon throughout the summer months.

Britannia Inn

The Britannia Inn is a renowned pub and restaurant serving fish & chips and other home cooked food. A two minute walk from the beach at Dungeness, via a walkway opposite, this fantastic pub is in the heart of Dungeness estate, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and home to some extremely rare wildlife. The pub is sited between the two Dungeness lighthouses and within a few minutes walk of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, which dates from 1927.

Pilot Inn

The Pilot Inn is a family run pub and restaurant situated a stones throw (and there's a lot of them around) from the sea, in the heart of the breathtaking Dungeness National Nature Reserve. Steeped in the smuggling history of Romney Marsh, its inception followed the luring aground of the Spanish vessel, Alfresia, in 1633. They murdered the crew and looted the cargo of spirits. The ship was used to build the original Pilot Inn and some of the original timbers remain in the bar today.