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Pubs

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Dolphin Inn

Traditional pub on the edge of Lydd town. A timber-framed listed building built in the 18 century. There are two bar areas, one a traditional public bar and the other a lounge area with a tv.

George Hotel

We are a family run business with a warm and welcoming approach. The George Hotel comprises of 9 guest rooms varying in price, bar food and restaurant dining, also two separate bars with a large beer garden. We are situated in the town of Lydd on the High Street near to Lydd airport, dungeoness power station and camber sands beach. Bar food and restaurant served Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat from 12pm til 9pm. Carvery served Sunday 12pm til 5pm.

Royal Mail (Closed)

Closed at present as it is being sold. The Royal Mail, built in 1746, was designed to cope with the increasing volume of coaching traffic. It is a popular community pub in the heart of Lydd. They have four rooms: a single, two twin rooms and a triple (double with single bed) room. Tea and coffee, wifi and TV is provided in all rooms.

Royal Oak, Lydd

Situated at the southwest end of Lydd, the Royal Oak is a spacious and welcoming pub featuring friendly conversation and fine real ales. Originally two cottages which were joined together (and eventually extended), the pub consists of two large rooms. The main room features a long bar as well as cosy tables and seating around the sides. The second room is furnished with a pool table, dartboard, and jukebox, and there is room for musicians to perform. The pub is run by Trevor and Mandie Brown along with the help of their dog Sasha and a family of cats.