And it’s got nothing to do with the alcohol inside the pub.
That said, Folkestone is known as one of the busiest ports in England, and a popular laid-back holiday destination.
Now, back to why I voted for The Samuel Peto Pub, also known as Wetherspoons. This is because real ales and craft beer are served in a somewhat different pub-like-scene. On 23 Rendezvous Street, is an old church that is now the home to The Samuel Peto pub. Beautifully restored with its gorgeous stained glass and chandeliers.
Besides using your own transport you can travel to Folkestone by train.
From London, you can catch a train to Folkestone. The journey is around 1 hour and 40 minutes long, and there are many trains per day to pick from.
From mid-June to mid-September you’re in for very comfortable weather varying from around 65°F to 70°F (18°C to 21°C).
There is no shortage of variety in Folkestone. From Turkish to seafood, tapas, Nepalese, Mexican, and more.
This lovely hotel is worth booking and also Travel and Home’s accommodation of choice in Folkestone. With great service and delish food, plus a stunning view, it is difficult to find something to complain about.
For more lodging options you can go to Booking.Com. They have an awesome selection to pick from.