Faversham Creek Hotel is an award winning boutique hotel created in a property that dates back to the early part of the 18th century in the attractive town of Faversham.
The Grade-II listed hotel – the only boutique hotel in Faversham – has eight guest rooms, all individually named after an historical figure with a connection to Faversham and all individually furnished to a high standard. The most impressive of the guest rooms is the Queen Matilda Room – pictured top – which boasts a sumptuous 7ft square four poster bed.
You’ll eat well while staying at the Faversham Creek Hotel thank to the Red Sails Restaurant which has just been awarded an AA rosette for its top quality notch mix of traditional and modern British cuisine.
Hotelier David Selves at the Faversham Creek Hotel
Faversham is a beautiful town with some wonderful architecture. In fact, some of described Abbey Street as one of the finest medieval streets in the country. Many of the beautiful Thames sailing barges that plied their trade on the river were built here at Faversham and that history is alluded to at Standard Quay where the original warehouses still stand and there’s a visitor centre for the sailing barge Cambria. There’s also a charming array of businesses selling art, antiques, curious and more.
The red sails of the locally made sailing barges are which give the hotel’s restaurant its name.
Whether you want to go exploring the local landscape on foot or bike, relax at one of the cosy local pubs or go and learn about local wine at a Kent vineyard, there’s enough here in Faversham to make the stay an enjoyable one. Do check out local independent fine food outlet, Macnades for a tasty treat to take home with you, too.
Faversham Creek Hotel, Conduit Street, Faversham, Kent, ME13 7DF. Make a booking.