Getting to Faversham


Travel by road to Faversham

Faversham is situated very conveniently about half a mile north of the M2 motorway and the A2 in north Kent.
Travelling from London - Accessible from Junction 6 of the M2
Travelling from Dover or Canterbury - via the A2 turning off to Faversham at the roundabout of the M2 at J7
Travelling from Ashford  - via the A251 follow the signs for Faversham.
Travelling from Maidstone  - take the A249 from the M20 to the M2 towards dover. Come off to Faversham at J6


Travel by rail to Faversham 

Faversham is on the main railway line from London to Ramsgate and Broadstairs

London - St Pancras to Faversham, normally run every half hour, journey time 68mins

. Trains from LondonVictoria normally run every half hour with a fastest journey time of 70mins. 
Trains from Canterbury East [15 mins]Dover [33 mins] and Ramsgate [37 mins] normally run every half hour.

              Buy train tickets on-line

 Map of local railway routes
 Timetable enquiries online 
Today's trains at Faversham 

Faversham railway station is a short walk away from the town centre. Town Map
Alternatively, taxis are normally available outside the station.

To find out about Eurostar to and from Ashford International station, please go to Eurostar.

Travel by Bus to Faversham

Click here for a link to Chalkwell Buses  

333 Faversham - Davington - Oare - Luddenham  
333/335 Sittingbourne - Bapchild - Teynham - Oare - Faversham  
662 Sittingbourne - Bapchild - Teynham - Lynsted - Faversham  
664 Sittingbourne - Bapchild - Conyer - Teynham - Lynsted  
666 Sheldwich - Faversham 


Click here for a link to Arriva buses
333 - Maidstone - Sittingbourne - Faversham - Oare
South East Timetable effective from Sunday, 10 April 2011

Bus Routes in Kent, click here for link to KCC 

Travel by sea to Faversham

Faversham by Sea

Faversham lies at the head of Faversham Creek, a drying creek running south off the Swale at Harty Ferry off the River Thames estuary. Access to the creek is available around +/- 1.5hr HW with berthing available for visitors at Front Brents jetty or the town quay.
Alternatively access to Faversham can also be made by berthing in Oare Creek.

Harty Ferry has a number of full-tide mooring buoys, owned by boatyards in Oare and Faversham, which can be used for waiting for the tide to access either Faversham or Oare creeks.

For information about navigating, berthing, marine services, yacht clubs etc , please go to our pages on Faversham Creek and/or Oare Creek