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Furlongs Ale House, Faversham - pub details

Address: 6A Preston Street, Faversham, Kent, ME13 8NS [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Faversham (0.2 miles), Selling (3.6 miles), Teynham (4.2 miles)

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Give it another try and found it pretty similar. It has it's clientele and there isn't room for anyone else.
Went up to the Corner tap another micropub at the other end of the street near the station and found it far more friendly - also had a better ale selection.
anonymous - 18 Apr 2018 12:07
It's okay - beer was good but a bit too 'local' for outsiders to feel welcome
anonymous - 30 Mar 2018 21:11
Decent friendly micropub. Four ales available but range was a little disappointing as all were bitters in the 3.8-4.5% range with 3 from Kent micros. I tend to expect a little more from micropubs with a dark beer and something stronger available.
baxterfish - 11 Sep 2017 13:48
This was my second visit to this pub. I first came 18 months ago and the place had an "unfinished" look about it. Understandable as it had only been open a short while but It's still the same. Come on guys paint isn't that expensive. Not to detract from what is a very good pub. Knowledgeable and polite staff. They offer you a taster, you don't have to beg for it as in some pubs (and in many cases you are turned down). What I found strange was the bizarre "art" hanging on one wall. It looked like a car sprayer had had a very bad day indeed. There were little price tags ostentatiously hanging down (were they put there using a plumb line). I had a look and saw one was £1.50 so not too bad but no it was £150. Who are you kidding or is that what they pay you to take it away. In conclusion a very good pub and well worth a visit.
son.of.a.gun - 8 Oct 2016 14:32
Still a work in progress but I find it very friendly and welcoming with an excellent choice of well kept ales and cider. Definitely one not to be missed.
Cyberbarman - 17 Dec 2015 17:42

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