Located on a winding creek, Faversham is the oldest market town in Kent. It enjoys a rich history and it is famous for its annual transport weekend and the Faversham hop festival.
Just 500 yards from Shepherd Neames very own brewery and boasting a great location next to Faversham railway station, the Railway Hotel is a well-established pub & restaurant with seven letting bedrooms that has been welcoming guests for over 150 years.
Internally you will find a large Victorian style bar area and snug full of original authentic features and the hanging hops give the pub its authentic Kentish feel. Just off of the main lobby area you will find the beautiful Carriage restaurant dining room which caters for approximately 40 covers and it can also double up as private event or dining space. There is a good sized trade kitchen on site with a separate dry storage area.
On the first floor of the Railway Hotel you will find seven comfortable and cosy ensuite letting bedrooms, some of which house feature fireplaces and historic touches. The rooms are made up of one single, three double and three twin bedrooms. There is also private tenants accommodation on the first floor which includes two bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen and a bathroom.
Outside you will find a trade patio courtyard area which is popular during the warmer weather together with a customer car park for around 10 cars.
The Railway Hotel is community led with a strong, loyal following for its well-kept cask ale. It also benefits from transient custom from the both train station opposite and the annual hop festival. Live music, darts and bar billiards are a regular feature at the pub together with live Jazz music on the last Wednesday of every month as part of the Faversham Blues & Jazz club.
Due to retirement, this tenancy is now available for the first time in seven years and it could be available quickly if required. Contact us now for more information on 01795 542132.