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All reviews mash chicken bread the pub grumpy landlord saxon shore remote location nooks and crannies great beer nice garden traditional food olde world beer garden restaurant area very generous portions wonderful pub at lunchtime
Taking a walk along the creek from Faversham Town centre along to this pub is a joy in itself.
Once arrived at this lovely pub, you can sit outside enjoying a quiet drink.
There is food available and check times as it's from 12-2.30 and...More
It’s a quirky, old rambling pub that happens to serve food. Homemade pub grub with the best ham egg and chips I know of. It’s a free house so good select of non-Shepherd Neame beers - hurrah!! The remoteness of its location gives it further...More
Been far to long since my last visit to this splendid unspoilt gem, what is great about this pub is that from the outside it’s all very old and the moment you walk inside that theme continues unlike many pubs that look so traditional from...More
An old friend recommended the Hotel because her Daughter works there. What a place. Sat out in the sunshine in a nice garden overlooking Whitstable Bay with a drink. Placed our orders and were called to our table in the bright and cheerfull restaurant area....More
Stopped for Sunday lunch - log fires were great - ploughman’s was great - roast chicken was great - sausage and mash was great - local ale was great - treacle pudding was great - home for a nap - perfect way to spend a...More
Friendly. Great beer. Best ever apple crumble and custard!!! Had prawn baguette. Good portion size but prawns chewy...bread good.
Well worth a visit...unique place.
The loo could do with a bit of updating...adds to the charm but I would prefer a more modern facility.
Finally visited this lovely pub having heard about a while ago. I didn't eat but there were five real ales and the two I had were excellent - Goachers Mild and Goachers Shipwrecked. Will definitely be back again
Reached the pub through increasingly wet and windy walk along the creeks - spotting egrets, cormorants, teal, grebes, reed buntings and pink-footed geese. Pub was warm and welcoming. Greatbidea to have bags to cover muddy boots and even towels for dogs. The bacon sandwich and...More
Stopped to grab some lunch with our dog . Very friendly and welcomed our GSD with open arms and a bonio. Lunch was Cod and chips which was lovely accompanied by a nice pint of ale and ginger beer. Stop marks to the owners for...More