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Standard Quay

Faversham ME13 7BS, England
+44 1795 597616
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Quaint place

Interesting buildings, lots of shabby chic stuff, nice little garden centre with a nice tea room... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kendal, United Kingdom
Worth a visit.

After being told about Standard Quay by a local shop keeper we decided to give it a look. A great... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2016
Norwich, United Kingdom
via mobile
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Faversham ME13 7BS, England
+44 1795 597616
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interesting buildings, lots of shabby chic stuff, nice little garden centre with a nice tea room, nice stroll along barges, pleasant way to spend a few hours. Only thing offputting was going down the narrow road where all double parked, bit hairy and a few...More

Thank Dillydots
Reviewed 4 October 2016

After being told about Standard Quay by a local shop keeper we decided to give it a look. A great little place. Great little tea rooms, shabby chic shop and antique shops. All that is needed is to advertise this place better to help the...More

Thank mernic10
Reviewed 20 September 2016

On arrival at the Quay it looks quaint and interesting - stroll past the barges many dating back to the turn of the last century and enjoy drinks and snacks at the wine bar or pleasant Pomegranate café (though the 'garden centre' is not great)....More

3  Thank Larry R
Reviewed 27 June 2016

We visited Standard Quay in Faversham on the recommendation of a friend and found it to be a charming place for a Sunday afternoon visit. There is a free (limited stay), car parking on the quay for visitors and the area can also be reached...More

1  Thank Stewart C
Reviewed 16 June 2016

ok to spend an hour or so. Best combined with walk through quaint faversham town and suare. In this way you could spend a day. The qay has a few quaint shops an a small cafe in the small garden centre.

Thank Johny747
Reviewed 30 May 2016

the quay has several small antique and collectables sheds a garden centre and excellent tea room along the actual quayside there are some interesting old boats some are being restored others converted to living spaces their history is displayed for information worth a visit some...More

Thank john f
Reviewed 10 March 2016 via mobile

Great location with good views across the creek...however what a load of rubbish on sale..."shabby chic" it isn't....tat that can be bought in a charity shop! Garden centre looked like a storm had hit overnight and the coffee shop not great...staff stand around chatting..you have...More

2  Thank 4,779
Reviewed 24 November 2015

Wonderfully historic buildings filled with, on the whole, interesting finds. Vintage and antique treasures and furniture, tools, gifts etc...Parking on-site.

Thank senoritasmileMalaga
Reviewed 17 March 2015

A fantastic place with houses dating back to the early 1500's. Lots of alleyways throughout the town, all with a character of their own. All the buildings seem to tell a story and transfer you back to times of the past. The boats on the...More

3  Thank Sonya P
Reviewed 10 March 2015

Standard Quay is a lovely small picturesque place with some lovely little shops to browse in. There is also a lovely coffee shop called the Pomegrante Tree along with several pubs and restaurants nearby. There are boats moored with explanations displayed about their history. It...More

3  Thank 732kent2
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