A traditional pub close to Faversham town centre, The Bull Inn has been serving great ale for 600 years!
Not just any pub can claim to have served Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, but then The Bull Inn isn’t ‘just any pub’.
Built in 1409, it’s an historic hostelry that’s served this beautiful market town (and its royal visitors) for centuries - and it’s still revered today as the hub of the local community.
Enjoy your drink in one of three cosy and traditional bar areas, each with its own warming log fire - or head outside in summer to find a lovely beer garden.
This is such a relaxed and friendly pub to visit! Bar staff were very friendly and chuldren were welcomed warmly! Stepping onto the patio, it has been created beautifully considering its tiny size until you venture out back to a gem of a beer garden! Its enormous and our chuldren loved running around,there was even a slide for them to play on. Overall a great relaxed pub with hidden qualities which makes you want to go back again! Xx
Look no further.
A cracking boozer with lovely locals & great staff & owners.
The best place to watch the football in Faversham & a lovely garden & covered smoking area (with a tv)!
Contacted the owner in advance of a weekend break in Faversham to enquire if England game was being televised, which it was.
One of the bars was sectioned off exclusively for the game.
Friendly crowd and great afternoon despite a disappointing result.