We're a very friendly, relaxed pub, with a warm welcome for all who come here.
We serve a good selection of ales from Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewer, and a tasty menu of traditional pub grub.
Outside, there's a lovely garden for you to enjoy the best of sunnier days.
For those who enjoy playing a game, we support ladies and men’s darts teams. We also host a very popular quiz night.
...and our history
This down-to-earth community pub, located in a residential area of Margate, is named after Princess Alexandra of Denmark.
Princess Alexandra became Princess of Wales in 1863 when she married Prince Edward, later to become King Edward VII.
The local connection was made when the Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert moored off Margate – an event that caused great excitement in the town.
When the pub was built a short time later, it was decided to name it after the Princess.
Mon - Thu
15:00 - 23:30
14:00 - 01:00
12:00 - 00:00
12:00 - 23:30
How to find us
By car: Tivoli Road feeds down in one direction from the local junction known as Coffin House Corner. From the clock tower on the seafront, drive along Eaton Road to the mini roundabout and turn right under the railway bridge. You'll find us about 250 yards along on the left hand side.
By bus: Several buses stop close by or outside the pub.
Nearest train station: Margate