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Six Jolly Fellowship Porters, Chatham - pub details

Address: Leviathan Way, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4LL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35768) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chatham (0.6 miles), Rochester (0.8 miles), Gillingham - Kent (1.1 miles)

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user reviews of Six Jolly Fellowship Porters, Chatham

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Even though the full name is Six Jolly Fellowship Porters, it calls itself and is known locally simply as Porters.

During the day it's the refreshment centre for the Dickens World tourist attraction, and is only open to visitors to the attraction. But in the evening when the attraction is closed, the pub is open to the general public.

There are two main spaces divided by the central bar, and there's an "outside" seating area which overlooks the main courtyard of the attraction. It's not really outside, as the attraction is all indoors.

The pub offers one cask - a Nelson Brewery special: Noddy Boffin's Brew - The Golden Dustman. I didn't like it, but then I don't like most of Nelson's beers.

Sitting in the pub feels like sitting in a cartoon pub. It feels like what it is, a theme bar in a Theme Park.

Score 4.
SilkTork - 7 Nov 2008 01:08
This is a bar that is part of the Dickens World building in the Dockyard. It is a part of the "theme park" attraction during the day - the only catering outlet. And is also open to the public during the evening - especially on a Friday evening during the comedy nights in the Victorian theatre room.

It's a practical place rather than warm and full of character, and feels like what it is - a bar inside a theme park. It serves Shepherd Neame beers. Sitting outside you can look over the rather small Dickens World experience.

Forgettable, but not terrible.
SilkTork - 7 Oct 2008 22:46

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