10 WEST STREET
The Sun Inn nestled in the heart of Faversham's conservation area was built in the 14th century and has a wealth of character and original features including inglenook fireplaces oak beams and a courtyard garden. Hospitality is a long-standing tradition today's licensees can trace the names of their predecessors all the way back to 1608 and visitors can soak up the atmosphere while enjoying traditional Kentish fare and comfortable accommodation. A short stroll from the Shepherd Neame brewery the Sun Inn serves distinctive Kentish cask ales in peak condition.
There is also a good choice of food to suit all tastes to be enjoyed in the bar the courtyard garden or the newly-refurbished restaurant. With eight comfortable bedrooms the Sun Inn makes the perfect base to explore Faversham Canterbury and the Kent coast or is an entertaining stop-off for travellers en route to the Dover ferry terminals.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Faversham area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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