The Sun Inn is a 14th-century pub in the historic heart of Faversham, which is a cosy spot for a drink that also features a lovely outdoor terrace and accommodation in 12 rooms.
The rooms are well maintained and all feature comfortable beds with Simba hybrid mattresses, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms. It is a charming place to stay with all the period features that you would expect from a 14th-century building, including exposed timber frames in several of the rooms.
The pub is a cosy place for a drink and a bite to eat with a lively and convivial atmosphere. It features inglenook fireplaces, oak beams and a sunny courtyard. The food is of a high standard and the beer is fresh, as you would expect when the brewery is only 160m (520 ft) away.
The Sun Inn has a charming location on West Street in the heart of Faversham and most points of interest in the town centre are no more than a five-minute walk away. The railway station is only a seven minute walk from here and buses stop on North Lane, just a two minute walk from the hotel.