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The owners have enhanced and retained this 17th century inn’s period features through loving restoration & careful curation of curios, antiques & art - the result is a welcoming and relaxed place to be. There’s a large, sunny garden to the rear with a Wendy house for children. Dogs are welcome.
Real ales are from Angel & Demons along with real cider, an ever-changing range of craft beers as well as a broad range of globally sourced fine spirits and wines.
Mindfully sourced, locally grown produce from land & sea make-up the a la carte menu - served on Friday's and Saturday’s. Their popular Sunday roasts are served all day on Sunday - be sure to book ahead.
Also serving authentic Neapolitan pizza from their wood-fired clay oven…Fresh dough made daily, pizzas and stretched and fired to order - available to eat-in or take-away
The pub holds regular events, from live music to cabaret and everything in-between.
The Lantern has two accommodation options: a two-bedroom apartment and yurt.
Martin Mill train station is a 10-15 minute walk-away with direct links from Ramsgate to London St Pancras.Kent’s Public House Archive: Lantern, MartinPhotos courtesy of The Lantern, Martin.