The King's Head, another 'halfway house'. Although Wikipedia says "In the United Kingdom, 'halfway house' usually refers to a place where people with mental disorders, victims of child abuse, orphans, or teenage runaways can stay", the OED shows that at this time it simply meant "an inn midway between two towns" — in this case presumably Canterbury and Ramsgate.
Mill house and (defunct) mill, c.1930. "Sweeps" is the Kentish word for a windmill's sails. Cranbrook Mill is "possibly the finest Windmill in the land" — Grade 1 listed and the tallest smock mill in the UK.