Arriving by train
To walk from the station to the brewery takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Alight at Faversham Station. Walk across the road and turn right into Preston Street. Walk to bottom of road through pedestrian area. Turn left into East Street then right at the Square into Court Street. The Brewery is on your left. Come to the Visitor Centre, 11 Court Street, on the corner of Partridge Lane and Court Street.
Train services to Faversham from London (Victoria) and Kent are provided by South East Trains. To check train times, call the National Rail Enquiry Line 08457 48 49 50 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Arriving by road
Faversham is 9 miles north-west of Canterbury, just off junction 6 of the M2, and the brewery can be found in Court Street - close to the town centre. Visitors arriving by car should follow the white-on-brown signs to the Central Car Park, five minutes' walk from the brewery. The Sat Nav ref for the car park is ME13 8PW
Alternatively, if you pass down Court Street with the brewery on your left, you can continue along and take the first left into Quay Lane, and follow the road round into Conduit Street. Take the first left into Partidge Lane, and there is a long stay car park on the right hand side.
The Visitor Centre is located within 11 Court Street, just within the pedestrianised area, on the corner of Court Street and Partridge Lane.
Parking in the bays at the front of the brewery, in Court Street itself, is limited to a maximum of 1 hour only between 8.00am and 10.00pm Monday to Saturday.
Disabled badge holders may park unrestricted in these limited waiting bays, or free of charge in any of the council car parks, provided they are parked within bay markings and have their blue badge clearly on display.
Parking in the semi-pedestrianised area of Court Street is not permitted during the day but some on-street parking is available in this area after 6.00pm so may be of use to visitors attending an evening tour or event.
GROUPS ARRIVING BY COACH
Head down Newton Road, Crescent Road and into Court Street. Stop just after the zebra crossing to drop off passengers who can then walk to the Visitor Centre which is just within the pedestrianised area of Court Street.
The coach should then turn left into Quay Lane, follow the road round into Conduit Street and take the first right (Bridge Road). Follow the road round to the right into Church Road and Upper Brents and there are two free on-street coach parking bays on the right.