The new owners obviously thought long and hard about creating a gastro-pub of the highest quality but without losing the homeliness that locals (like us) can enjoy on a less formal basis. So, we have enjoyed both casual lunches and more formal group-eating in one of their upstairs rooms. The staff are very energetic, fun, and knowledgeable. From some tables (or outside in warmer weather) you can enjoy your feast with views of a thriving Creekside community. Thames barges converted to residential use, a marina (with ship works), and access to often breezy marshland walks along the Saxon Shore. The bar keeps beers from local micro-breweries for those who enjoy a good pint; there are wines to suit all palates. There is an impressive list of local suppliers of meats, vegetable, fish, dairy and bakery products. We have enjoyed more private eating in groups of up to 12 people up-stairs and have been impressed by suggestions for short menus for such a group - pre-booking is essential on busier days and evenings.
Conyer Quay is an isolated (for which you can read "peaceful") community that sits comfortably on a rare piece of raised land in what is otherwise marshland. Blissful at any time of the year. Worth making it a stop-off in circular walks from both Faversham and Sittingbourne too.
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