ADDRESS / CONTACT / INFO
Our store is conveniently situated less than two minutes from the M2 and just off the A2 on Selling Road. We are based on the outskirts of Faversham, surrounded by beautiful countryside, and have been for over 25 years. The site has a large car park immediately outside and coach parties are always welcome, although we do ask that this is arranged in advance. After visiting us, you can also pop into Hermans Plaice or Hercules Wine Warehouse, which are both adjacent to our food hall.
Our store is child-friendly, offering high chairs and a children’s menu in our café. We are based on one floor, meaning we are wheelchair accessible. We also offer conference and meeting facilities, of which you can find more details on our venue hire page.
We are located just five minutes taxi ride (or 15 minutes walk) from Faversham Rail Station, which has direct links into London Victoria and London St Pancras. There is a bus stop just five minutes walk from us, at the corner of Love Lane, with buses going to Canterbury and we also have a bicycle rack at the front of the store for cyclists.
Address: Macknade Fine Foods Limited. Selling Road. Faversham. ME13 8XF
Telephone: 01795 534497
Shop opening hours:
Monday to Saturday – 9.00am to 6.00pm
(The delicatessen and butchery closes at 5.30pm)
Sunday – 10.00am to 4.00pm
Café opening hours:
Monday to Saturday – 9.00am to 5.00pm
Sunday – 10.00am to 4.00pm
(The kitchen closes at 4.30pm and 3.30pm respectively)
Deck opening hours (summer only):
Friday to Sunday – 12.00pm to 4.00pm
(Last orders at 3.30pm)
Please note that these may be subject to change seasonally.
About The Local Area
Faversham has been home to Macknade since 1847, when we were just a farm on the Ashford Road. Our Food Hall is now located closer to the centre of Faversham, on a large plot of land with the Kent countryside on one side and the town on the other.
We love Faversham and are proud to call it our home. It has a reputation for fantastic food & drink and is steeped in history, dating back to pre-Roman times.
Faversham is famous for its hops, with Britain’s oldest brewery, Shepherd Neame, located in the heart of the town. There is a yearly festival to celebrate hop picking, as well as a food festival to celebrate all the other fantastic produce from the area.
If you are looking for something to do that isn’t food & drink related, Faversham has beautiful listed buildings, visitor attractions, a buzzing creative scene, plenty of walks and countryside to take advantage of. There are also several markets throughout the month including Best of Faversham and the Antiques & Vintage Market.
Ten minutes along the coast from Faversham is Whitstable – a picturesque seaside town famous for its oysters and boutique shops. Ten minutes drive south is the cathedral city of Canterbury, where you will find excellent restaurants, historical buildings and plenty of shops. So, it really is a golden triangle!
Most importantly, we are located just one hour from London by train, so visiting us makes an easy and exciting day out.