March Cottage is located in a quiet residential area, within ten minutes walk of the town centre. Faversham is an historic market town in the heart of rural Kent with excellent links to London and beyond. The town offers restaurants from fine dining to fish and chips, there are lots of individual shops, cafes and a great cinema.
    Nearby Points of Interest
  • Shepard Neame Brewery. (1 mi)
  • Shepherd Neame is Britain’s oldest brewer. Take a fascinating guided tour of brewery and see how beer is made in the traditional way. At the end of the tour there’s a tasting of Kentish ales and speciality lagers.
  • The Old Brewery Store (1 mi)
  • The Old Brewery Store is located in the brewery's former wines & spirit warehouse. It features a Comedy Club and various music events all year.
  • Belmont House. (10 mi)
  • Belmont House is a magnificent neo-classical house with beautiful gardens and the finest private collection of clocks in Britain
  • Oare Marshes. (3 mi)
  • An important wetland reserve, Oare Marshes provide a superb habitat that attracts many migrating birds. Access is restricted to the public footpath and nature trail to minimise disturbance to roosting, feeding and breeding birds. The whole reserve may be observed from the nature trail and viewing hides.
  • Local Events
  • Hop Festival (0.5 mi)
  • The Faversham Hop Festival is an annual FREE two-day family event with a big emphasis on music. A number of stages are set up in the town and local pubs. Popular bands will be playing at the various venues throughout the weekend. The Hop Festival commemorates the golden days of hop-picking when families would come to Kent and pass the evenings with music and stories. Set against the backdrop of Faversham town centre. The Hop Festival will be on 3rd and 4th September 2016.
  • Faversham Transport Weekend (1 mi)
  • The Faversham Transport Weekend, a free event held each year in Faversham’s historic town centre, features vintage vehicles, delicious food and drink, a funfair and live music. On the Saturday, the focus is on commercial vehicles and buses, with rides on vintage buses. On the Sunday, the town is host to more than 340 collectable cars and motorcycles.A park-and-ride service is available, and the town centre is only a couple of minutes’ walk from Faversham railway station.
  • Local Amenities
  • The Town Centre. (1 mi)
  • Faversham town offers a wide choice of shops including supermarkets, banks, building societies, cafes and restaurants. There is also a market three times a week.
Faversham Train Station
(0.8mi, 1.3km)

You can get a Taxi from the rank at the front of the station, alternatively if you descend from the platform and turn left out of the rear of the station and head right through the car park into the Mall, walk up this wide tree lined road to the junction of the A2. Turn left, after about half a mile you will see a newsagents on the left. Preston Avenue is the next turn left immediately after the shop. March Cottage B&B is the third house on the left.
(0.8mi, 1.3km)

Take junction 6, turn left to Faversham then, at the T junction, turn right onto the A2 towards Canterbury. After about half a mile you will see a newsagents on the left.
Preston Avenue is the next turn left immediately after the shop. March Cottage B&B is the third house on the left.
From Dover.
(25.0mi, 40.2km)

Follow the A2 London bound until the roundabout at the junction with the M2, Junction 7. cross the roundabout on to the A2 Faversham and Sittingbourne. You will pass a Shell petrol station on your right. Preston Avenue is the next turning on your right. March Cottage B&B is the third house on your left.