Faversham to Whitstable walk
Easy Coastal Walk
Main walk: 15.7km (9.8 miles). 4 hours 30 minutes. For the whole outing, including trains, sights and meals, allow at least 9 hours.
OS Landranger Map 178 and 179 Explorer Map 149 and 150.
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This is an easy walk, physically plus the directions are fairly straightforward. One of the attractions of this walk is that it provides a good contrast to some of the classic coastal walks, such as Seaford to Eastbourne (book 2 walk no.28), or Hastings to Rye (book 2 walk no.29). Phone ahead for The Sportsman pub.
Trains go from London Victoria to Faversham, journey time just over an hour. Whitstable is one stop down the line from Faversham, so buy a day return to Whitstable.
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Take the train nearest to 9.55am from London Victoria Station to Faversham.
The Sportsman Faversham Road, Seasalter, CT5 4BP (tel 01227-273370). Located 9km from the start of the walk. This is a suggested lunch stop. Note: The Sportsman is usually booked out well in advance for lunch (particularly at weekends); advanced booking is essential.
Poppet's Café & Tea Room. 400 Faversham Road, Seasalter, CT5 4BW. Located 9.7km from the start of the walk. This is an alternative lunch stop.
Horsebridge Arts & Community Centre 11 Horsebridge Road, Whitstable CT5 1AF (tel 01227-281174). This is a possible tea stop.
The Tudor Tea Rooms 29 Harbour Street, Whitstable CT5 1AH. (tel. 01277 273167). This is the suggested tea stop.
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Out (not a train station)
Back (not a train station)
National Rail: 03457 48 49 50 • Traveline (bus times): 0871 200 22 33 (12p/min) • TFL (London) : 0343 222 1234
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This is just the introduction. This walk's detailed directions are in a PDF available from wwww.walkingclub.org.uk