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It used to be the end of a spur off the railway line to London. It was mainly used for carrying the oysters from Hampton Oyster beds. It's a great place to take young children crab fishing, an alternative to the main Herne Bay Pier...More
All I can say about the fishing is there are no fish, hot summers day, the views from the pier are beautiful, it looked like a great place for a day out by the sea away from the normal crowds and free parking is always...More
I walked to the pier from herne bay - took 20 mins along the beach path which is good for the people not wanting to walk up and over the hill.
I didn't go to the end of the pier because there were several sea...More
Visited Hampton Public House whilst out walking in the snow
Great pub selling cold beers and hot drinks with excellent bar/table food
Perfect location for beautiful seaside views from inside and outside seating in the summer month's
Started our walk here along to Herne Bay pier with our dog on a windy Sunday morning. The Hampton Pier area has a pub called The Hampton Inn and there is a free car park on the front. we walked from here to Herne Bay...More
Hampton pier is a small pier that probably doesn't quite make 50m in length . It is enclosed with metal (open) fences an is a popular place to sea fish (at least it seems to be from the number of fishermen that frequent it). Of...More