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The Hotel is made up of three Georgian Grade 2 listed townhouses, two of which are adjoining, that date back to 1799. They occupy the prime position in Ramsgate's best known historic garden crescent. Many of the bedrooms boast magnificent views over the 'Royal Harbour', the yacht marina and the English Channel. Some even have their own private south east facing balcony! 'The Empire Room' our 30 cover restaurant serves modern British food in a club setting. Open Mon-Sat 6.30pm to 9.30pm. Open on Sunday Bank and Public Holiday weekends.
All reviews honesty bar record player cheese and biscuits royal harbour open fire empire room cabin room quirky hotel top floor empire restaurant real fire smallest bathroom smoked salmon cheeseboard vinyl records board games public rooms
This was our second visit and won't be our last. Our "cabin" overlooking the harbour was small but comfortable. Couldn't swing a parrot was about right! It's not just the rooms, it's all about the place as a whole. The honesty bar, cheese & biscuits...More
Chose this hotel based on the reviews and we weren’t disappointed. Quirky hotel right on the seafront. Lovely staff, clean room and fab location, what more can you ask for. Would definitely recommend and next time we are in Ramsgate we will always stay here.
The room was in a separate building to the main hotel, 3 doors down the terrace. The room was very small and cramped but functional and clean. Bathroom shower worked well. Main lobby area and residents area interesting and cosy. Close to town and hotel...More
· The posters, paintings after Van Goth, books, log fires, comfortable snugs and public areas, views of the harbour, complimentary cheese and biscuits, ornate brass bedstead and comfortable bed. Excellent breakfast with honeycomb honey from Emmets and friendly staff.
· The car park is...More
Stayed here for one night whilst visiting Ramsgate with friends. Although small, the rooms are really quirky and also kept spotless.
I stayed in room 22 on the third floor and had a beautiful view over the harbour.
We had a meal that evening in...More