The Bull Inn is an historic, oak-beamed pub, built in 1409, and visited by both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I; it is located in the equally historic market town of Faversham, home to many well-preserved medieval buildings.

A great pint is assured from this CAMRA Good Beer Guide listed house, with its three separate bar areas each with its own open log fire; outside is a pretty beer garden too.

There is also plenty of entertainment – live music and karaoke are regular events, and the ultimate Sky Sports package means you can be sure of viewing all the top events. In addition, there are two dartboards, two pool tables, crib, cards and dominoes, plus petanque and the traditional game of bat and trap are played in the garden.

This is a great place to hold a private function, as the whole pub and garden can be hired, or there is a function room with its own bar available.