Faversham

Faversham is a market town easily accessed via two junctions of the M2, with its own attractions not least its brewing connections but also convenient for historic Canterbury and the seaside at Whitstable... Read More

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Faversham Events

May
Apple Tarts
Faversham Classic Car & Bike Show
Weekend at Willow Music Festival
June
Hernhill Open Gardens
July
Brogdale Farms Cherry Festival
Open House Scheme
August
Farming & Country Festival
Faversham Charity Car & Bike Show Plus Giant Bootfair
Faversham International Hop Festival
Summer Fruits Festival
October
Brogdale Farm Apple Festival
Faversham Carnival
November
Kent Christmas Gift Fayre
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White Horse Inn

White Horse Inn

Set in the heart of the Garden of England, and surrounded by orchards and hop gardens, this former coaching inn is a traditional pub with a contemporary twist.
Mentioned in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the pub has ... More | visit website

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Read's Restaurant

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Sun Inn

Sun Inn

This inn offers homely accommodation in a cosy building full of character with its wealth of old beams and huge inglenook fireplace.

The Sun Inn is in the centre of the historic market town of Faversham, ... More | visit website

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Judd's Folly Hotel

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Located in a three acre park, down a tree lined drive, sits Judds Folly Hotel. Recently refurbished the hotel offer superbly appointed bedrooms many of which surround the illuminated pond ... More

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