Beautiful 15th-century wealden hall house pub, located at the top of the North Downs with open fires, a relaxed environment to enjoy the 2 AA rosettes standard food with a menu blend including all your pub classics. Awarded 4 gold AA stars for the seperate barn accommodation, which features oak wood floors and exposed beams, the cosy split-level suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, lounge and dining space & boasts views out to the Kent coast.
Located in the heart of Kent, The Five Bells in Eastry is the defining traditional English Inn. With an emphasis on local beers and produce, we have been the heart of the community since 1675, when Landlord Nathanial Woodhams built an inn on the main road to the Port of Dover. Since then we have established ourselves as a premium inn with 3 wonderful rooms, and home-cooked food served daily.
Welcome to the family-run Chequers at Smarden, an atmospheric 14th century inn in a picturesque village setting. The inn simply oozes charm and character; enjoy great food in the cosy dining areas or if the weather is kind, dine al fresco in the pretty garden.
At the heart of Tenterden town, is this 15th century inn, The Woolpack Hotel. A locals favourite, The Woolly (as it is known), provides a quintessential English inn experience with low ceilings, slopping floors, boutique-style bedrooms, pub classics with a few modern twists and great local ales.
Rustic yet modern, The Tickled Trout, a beautiful gastropub in the heart of Kent dates back to 1541 and has been welcoming guests since the mid-1700’s. Boasting artisan wines, beers and spirits, a seasonal menu using local produce and beautiful bedrooms.
Set in the heart of rural Kent, The Goudhurst Inn is a dog friendly inn with boutique bedrooms and a fresh and innovative menu. The inn is just a short drive from their very own Balfour Winery.
This Grade II inn in the picturesque village of Penshurst is steeped in medieval history and has been attracting locals and travellers for centuries. Blending historic features with contemporary touches, The Leicester Arms offers a seasonal menu featuring Kentish products and beautiful and comfortable bedrooms.
Dating back 250 years, this charming traditional pub with rooms sits on Deal seafront, just a short stroll from the town centre. Offering good pub grub, locally brewed beers and comfortable bedrooms.
The Corner House, a 16th century coaching inn, stands in Canterbury city centre. Their ethos is ‘simple food, done well’ and has earned them 2 AA Rosettes for food and with five beautiful and characterful bedrooms, these combined make The Corner House, the perfect place to stay to explore all that Canterbury has to offer.
A foodie favourite, The Quay is in the popular Medieval market town of Faversham. With a menu focusing on local produce, offering local ales, wines and spirits and individually designed bedrooms, all inspired by the surrounding Kentish countryside – this is an inn proud of its location and all that Kent has to offer.
In the village of River, near Dover stands this charming 19th century boutique pub with rooms that has been serving locals and travellers for over 150 years. Boasting luxurious bedrooms, a warm welcome, pub classics and a wide range of drinks including ales, gins and wines.
Set in the heart of the Weald of Kent, the 14th century George Hotel is a unique boutique hotel with a highly-rated restaurant and brasserie. The hotel successfully combines period features with striking contemporary décor.
The inn is a rural pub/restaurant near Leeds Castle with en-suite rooms situated in a quiet annexe. Boasting wooden beams and open fire, the inn serves a selection of wines, real ales and ciders and excellent food, with emphasis on local produce.
This strikingly contemporary hotel boasts an award-winning restaurant. The Marquis at Alkham oozes personality and boutique chic in the heart of the Kent countryside. AA 5 Star Restaurant with Rooms.
A 17th century posting house with oak beams and log fire, the inn is situated in the historic village of Wye surrounded by beautiful countryside. The hotel is located just off the A28 between Ashford and Canterbury. Picturesque inside and out, the inn features nine comfortable, renovated guest rooms. In summer enjoy our unique, magnificent gardens which include a miniature traditional English pub and recreation of Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winning garden.
Welcome to the Falstaff Hotel, a traditional 15th century beamed coaching inn standing next to the Westgate Tower in the heart of historic Canterbury in Kent, home to one of Britain's most impressive cathedrals.
Tudor beamed houses surround this cosy inn, which is graced by the Grey Lady, a resident but friendly ghost! The Woolpack Inn features a pub restaurant offering British cuisine made with local produce. With exposed beams and original features, the bar offers beverages and snacks, and there is also a terrace with outdoor seating. This lovely old inn sits near the ancient village square at Chilham, probably one of the most picturesque villages in Kent and just 15 minutes drive from Canterbury.
You'll find the Dog and Bear, a traditional coaching inn built in 1602, facing Lenham's picturesque village square. The popular pub restaurant serves a traditional British menu and seasonal specials using fresh local produce. With exposed beams and cosy log fires, the bar offers a selection of beverages and real ales. Relax by the log fire in the winter and soak up the unique atmosphere and hospitality of this ancient building.
This lovely 16th century country pub is set in three acres of gardens with panoramic sea views, by the Swale Estuary on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent. The inn offers open log fires, wooden beams and solid oak floors, as well as four beautifully furnished en-suite rooms. The Inn prides itself on home cooking using locally sourced fresh produce, with game from the local shoot, meat from our own farm and fresh fish from ‘Bluey’, our local fisherman whose boat is moored just out from the Inn.
Situated on the quayside, The Bell has been an important centre of Sandwich life since Tudor times. The present listed building is mainly 19th century. Recently refurbished, today it boasts stylish en-suite bedrooms,an impressive restaurant and a bar with honey-coloured oak flooring. A perfect base for exploring this lovely coastal part of Kent.
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