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Wish I could find something positive to say about this place, but apart from the attractive, traditional, flint-stone exterior, there is little to commend it. The barman was friendly enough, but sitting in there on my own one evening was positively depressing. I was there...More
The Publican, John, was warm and welcoming. We went in for a pint, and ended up going back every evening at the end of the day. It's a wonderful place to have a pint, talk to the locals, and relax. They were always interested in...More
My Partner and I dropped in for some refreshment whilst out on a bike ride, ( national route one ) we wish we could of stayed longer. John the owner was super friendly and even found a plaster for my girlfriend's grazed hand after she...More
Description: Built in 1825, The Red Lion is located at the entrance to St Margaret's at Cliffe. Recently refurbished, the pub has the atmosphere and welcome of a typical English village pub. The beer garden, situated at the rear of the pub, is open all...More
I have drunk in very many licensed premises, (proud to be a Life Member of CAMRA), and The Red Lion in St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe is one of the best I have ever visited. My wife, our two Westies and I are down in East Kent for...More
We were spending the day touring the White Cliffs of Dover and found our way to the Red Lion. It is a quaint old pub run by John who was extremely welcoming and friendly and immediately made us feel at home. He gave us some...More
We were in St Margarets for a weeks holiday in June, and spent most of our evenings in the Red Lion. We had a great time and must praise John on his lovely welcoming personality. He has a very clean pub and outstanding toilets. We...More