Stayed here on a short visit to Faversham. Room a decent size, beds comfortable, all very clean, but let down by a very basic utilitarian bathroom and a very poor shower. We had a room at the front overlooking the station. Warm night so windows open, I didn't notice the trains but car traffic and passers by a little noisy. Breakfast in the Carriage restaurant was good - options as you'd expect, i.e. help-yourself cereals, fruit, juices, toast, etc. and cooked breakfast to order. Helpful and cheerful staff, even first thing on a Sunday morning. The bar was very nice - no music, quite busy but not packed, good beers (Shepherd Neame brewery owns the place so not a surprise). Free WiFi offered in the hotel but we couldn't get it to work (didn't try very hard though).
- Also Known As:
- Railway Hotel Faversham
- Railway Hotel Faversham, Kent
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- The Railway Hotel is a classic spacious Victorian hotel with seven en-suite bedrooms. Each room is comfortably appointed with ample tea/coffee making facilities, free unlimited wireless broadband and large car park. The room rate includes a full English breakfast with locally sourced ingredients and the Landlord's own homemade marmalades and jams! ... more less
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