Faversham Creek HotelFROM £80
Situated 15 minutes from Chestfield it combines a lifetime of experiences which come together to create somewhere where we can mix with friends old and new as if they were coming to see us at home. On the following pages you will learn some of the history of Faversham and each bedroom, all of which are different and individual, is named after a significant historical Faversham character. Faversham is a town of character and characters!
Faversham has a significant maritime history, the largest boat ever launched sideways was built and launched on the Creek, and much of this history is interwoven with the history of the Thames Barges, once important to the trade of the United Kingdom. Each table in the Red Sails Restaurant is named after a Thames Barge with a Faversham connection, many of which are famous worldwide. If you are interested in the history of the Thames Barges we have available to buy copies of the film Red Sails on DVD which was made by Faversham film maker Mike Maloney.
Our bar and lounge offer a large selection of wines, specialist spirits, whiskey and whisky, gins, champagnes, two lagers, a keg bitter, cider and Guinness. For a selection of six real ales, five lagers and cask cider from the barrel take the short walk to our sister business The Phoenix Tavern where you will also find a full pub menu
Hotel ContinentalFROM £65
The hotel is situated on the seafront 5mins from the centre of Whitstable and right next to the start of the seafront promenade that runs along the coast. Downstairs is an airy open plan brasserie and fully licensed bar overlooking the Thames Estuary towards the Isle of Sheppey and Essex. We also cater for private functions and conferences in our Beach Room which is media friendly and has its own balcony and toilets.