A former commercial port, steeped in Kent and British history. Sympathetically regenerated to maintain its historical importance, with ample customer parking.
Come and embrace our historic architecture, enjoy bracing walks through the countryside and quayside, then relax in our Secret Garden Tea Room.
Complete your day with retail therapy in our unique eclectic mix of shops and leisure facilities.
Lord Sondes the Earl of Faversham acquired Standard Quay in 1677, at a time when the port-trade was expanding. At the same time additional warehousing was built from timber and stones taken out of the Abbey ruins. Gillets warehouse, formally known as Provender Mill is a timber framed building of considerable length.Read More
Standard Quay provides full maritime services, facilities and both short and long term moorings. Please be aware the Creek and moorings dry out with access for 2 hours either side of high water,Find Out More