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All reviewsthe pubbrewery tourshepherd neamefriday nightlarge bathroomfeature roompiesplace to stayhistoric buildinglocation is greatlovely old pubthomas roadone night stayworth a visitan evening mealfollowing morningcentre of town
Went along to see a friend play in his band. The band area is in the garden. Lots of seating both next to the band area and another shady court yard. The pub was very lively and had a good vibe. Mixed age range, no...More
Booked one night's accommodation here on July 2nd as base for touring Canterbury & Sissinghurst. Very friendly welcome from the manager who had already arranged a complimentary upgrade! Wonderful oak-beamed room, very spacious and beautifully furnished. Also decided to eat there that evening and we...More
Built during the reign of Richard 11 (1377-1399) in the last year of the Crusades it sits within a few hundred metres of Faversham Creek where King Henry V111 once anchored his naval fleet. Inside The Sun Inn it is quaint with delightful period furniture...More
Hubby and I visited this pub just for a drink at lunch time. It wasn't busy but that wasn't a problem. Good ales on offer obviously - it's in the right town after all !!! Quite close to the Beer tour. Nice and quaint with...More
I had an unexpected but lovely stay at the The Sun Inn due to my booked hotel being full. The staff were very accommodating and even sent me an earring I had lost in the room! First class customer service.