A real traditional family pub, the Crown and Anchor is friendly and welcoming to all from the moment of arrival.
Built in the mid 1800s, this attractive town pub is especially inviting in summer when visitors are greeted by a flower festooned pub front.
The pub’s hearty and delicious meals are particularly popular, reasonably priced at a fiver a time.
This is pub grub at its most unpretentious and tastiest best: steak and ale pie, beef curry with rice, scampi, and ham, egg and chips, of course, and more.
The pub has one cask ale on tap and a fair selection of wines.
Licensee Les Koncsik is a particularly genial host with a warm welcome and time to chat to all his guests. A pleasant hum of conversation and laughter is the usual accompaniment.
Darts, petanque and cards are available for those who wish to try different skills.
The Crown and Anchor is extremely easy accessible situated as it is on the main road into Faversham, just a couple of minutes from the station and about a five minute walk from the town centre.