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The Castle, Faversham

2 The Street
Postal town: Faversham
ME13 0PY

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E TA left this review about The Castle Inn

As mentioned below, this is a good traditional local boozer which welcomes strangers. Unusually in Faversham it's a freehouse. The single L-shaped bar is carpeted and comfortable, while both staff and regulars were pleasant and engaging. There is a small car park and limited on-road parking. Two ales on, Masterbrew and GK IPA, both in rather good condition. A pretty good place for a quiet late-night drink.

On 9th May 2017 - rating: 6
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Castle Inn

This is a decent, unpretentious, village pub with a proper community feel. Three real ales on, including a very good Courage Best (which makes a change from the Sheps, Sheps and more Sheps you usually get in and around Faversham). Hosts regular 'bat and trap matches'. (NB - Review dates from July 2009.)

On 14th February 2010 - rating: 7
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Roger Button left this review about The Castle Inn

The Castle is very much a local’s pub with a friendly enough family atmosphere during my recent Sunday lunchtime visit after a good stroll across the marshes. The carpeted L-Shaped interior is fairly basic with darts at one end and a plasma screen but little else in the way of thrills or spills. 3 pretty standard but reasonably priced ales (Bombardier / Master Brew / Courage Best), although quality wasn’t that great. Service very good with an initial short measure topped up without any need for prompting. There seems to be a bit of a Bobby Moore theme with a modern portrait taking pride of place over the brick fireplace and a poem on the wall. Scented candles are probably more of a sign of its dog friendly nature rather than anything else untoward. There is a small but not particularly attractive patio area outside and, overall, you can’t help thinking that the pub doesn’t really make the most of its potential.

On 29th December 2009 - rating: 6
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