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The Samuel Peto, Folkestone - pub details

Samuel Peto
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Address: Rendezvous Street, Folkestone, Kent, CT20 1EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8802) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Folkestone Harbour (0.2 miles), Folkestone Central (0.6 miles), Folkestone West (1.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 13 users)
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Large ex Church of England chapel converted into a double level Weatherspoon’s.

Dropped in for a quick pint on a recent Saturday morning for only my 2nd visit here, it was already busy at 11.30am with several of the punters looking a bit worse for wear already!

A few decent ales on the pumps, I had a pint of the local G2 Brewing’s Southern Cross @ 4.8%.

Nice building, plenty of space but still the standard ‘spoons.

lezford - 23 Dec 2016 10:17
I've used this pub quite a lot over the past year when visiting Folkestone but am reluctant to return now after my last visit, I know you take a chance with spoons but I've found this one really good lately, but my last visit was just appalling, we ordered food which seemed to take ages to arrive, when it did it was stone cold rubbish, when i complained I was offered a free coffee which I declined, the food wasn't just poor, it was awful, and there is simply no excuse for such poor service, i don't go to spoons expecting Micheline star cuisine, but this had to be seen to be believed, 0 out of 10 is generous in this case
vinnnie - 30 Aug 2012 18:02
Has been redecorated outside since I was last in. The beers were all ok and although a bit flat for my liking, they all tasted ok. Staff seem ok, some regular drinkers in, but all seemed friendly. An unusual place inside and out, much cheaper in here than other bars in Folkestone. No beer garden or car park.
noggin46 - 28 Jun 2012 20:02
This building is as grand as they come for a public house, now I know that J D Wetherspoons invest in grand old buildings that have seen better days and turn them into community pubs and meeting points but this is the grandest I have ever visited under their banner, it's a real stunner internally and externally.

This lovely building used to be a Baptist church, and still has that church feel, as well as having heaps of character it's a very imposing place
lezford - 23 Mar 2012 12:39
good selection of ales, of which I've never had a bad one, lovely old building, staff always seem helpful enough, I've never had any trouble getting served, I've not had a main meal in here for a couple of years but that was always a bit hit and miss, but I've had a couple of really good breakfasts in here recently, it's not The British Lion, but well worth a visit especially if your on a budget
vinnnie - 27 Jul 2011 13:38

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