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Railway Hotel
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Reviewed 31 August 2010

Good sized rooms, nicely furnished, curtains a bit saggy letting in the flashing lights from the zebra crossing. Lovely freindly atmoshphere to the pub, with very good real ale and a good selection of whiskies and brandies. Excellent breakfast, local produce used throughout, excellent marmalade and jam made by the landlord. Good standard of housekeeping, pleasant staff. Not too noisy outside considering it's in a town location across the road from a railway station. All in all good value for money. Don't know about the restaurant as it's only open from Wednesday to Saturday, we stayed on Sunday and Monday. Plenty of very good restaurants close by offering a variety of cuisines. Didn't get around to trying the bar billiards though.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled with family
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3  Thank baldy59
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Reviewed 9 June 2010

We travel by train whenever possible (and affordable) and are always pleased to find accommodation conveniently located for railway stations. As its name suggests, this pub/hotel is superbly located in that regard. It has been sensitively restored inside and out; this is not a bland chain but a place with real character. Our double bedroom was comfortable and had plenty of room (it was, I think, the largest), if beginning to show a little wear at the edges. It was, however, clean and were it not for the very hot and rather humid weather we should probably have slept perfectly rather than adequately. Be warned though that the pub is on the corner of two fairly busy roads, and that at least on Friday and Saturday evenings the local youth seem to enjoy their alcohol in a fairly raucous fashion - the glazing in the large (and old) sash windows is single, not double.... staff will provide earplugs if you need them! The staff were consistently friendly and helpful, but bear in mind that this is a pub and not a hotel and so Reception is one end of the bar, not a separate facility. The beer is excellent. Like another, less sympathetic reviewer, neither of us eats meat, but all that was required at breakfast was a brief word to this effect and a suitably modified meal was provided without any problem. Alas! the breakfast failed my kipper test (i.e. there was none on offer), but in every other respect - including a choice of teas - was well up to the mark. As the banner on the outside of the building aptly puts it 'We're still not as cheap as Wetherspoons'..... Bearing in mind that breakfast is included, £70 per night for a double room in the south of England is fair if not outstanding value. Recommended.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank LSWR
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Reviewed 31 May 2010

Nice, clean and friendly hotel within easy walking distance to town centre and right by railway station. Room with period features which perhaps makes it feel a bit dated, bit decor tidy and clean. Breakfast was good, juice, cereal, toast and full English included. Bar is cosy and has character, good beers. Only one bad point. Even thou this pubs customers leave quietly at the end of the night, other pubs in the town don't, and the noisy drunks walk past late at night shouting and swearing back to the station, and no double glazing means you hear all of it.

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Thank Steve M
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Reviewed 5 April 2010

Stayed in the Railway Hotel over Easter break with my wife and friends. We had two large double rooms and the single. Admitedly this is a small room but with no huge single room supplement like with other hotels, it was adequate for sleeping in. The beds were very comfortable and the rooms have character rather than the standard bland boxes from chain hotels. The breakfasts were very good, cereal, juice, a full English if desired (we did on all three mornings) and as much toast, tea or coffe as you wished. There was also fresh fruit everyday. The pub serves excellent real ale and is in a great location. We were not affected by any noise problems at night. The staff were all very pleasant. The Railway Hotel is a great value place to stay in the centre of Faversham.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank SalsaKing
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Reviewed 23 March 2010

We stayed here as part of a weekend break and tour of Shepherd Neame Brewery. The outside of the pub is rather imposing but the inside is cosy and warm. The room we stayed in was a little tired looking decoration-wise. The shower wasn't too great either. The bed however was very comfortable indeed and breakfast the next day was delicious. the staff were friendly, although I'm not sure who was who in terms of owners/employees etc. Two very cute dogs greeted us in the morning.

  • Stayed: March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank CJ76London
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