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Anchor Inn
"My visit coincided with the pub's regular Sunday afternoon live music spot. The place was very busy; and the atmosphere was brilliant! Before joining the music lovers in the main ..." More

The Dog Inn
"Un sitio de poco fiar. Para empezar no nos registraron (lo cual ya es algo sospechoso), pero lo que si hicieron fue cobrar por adelantado. El sitio desde fuera es ..." More

The Dog Inn
"We recently made a booking to stay at the Dog Inn in Wingham for our second wedding anniversary. The booking was confirmed by email and we were asked to phone ..." More

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Thatched cottages, medieval hall houses and handsome Georgian buildings combine to give Wingham a unique, traditional beauty that can't fail to captivate the visitor. The village contains around sixty houses built before 1760, with many dating back to the 1400s or earlier. Located on the Roman road from Richborough, between the majestic cathedral city of Canterbury and the delightful Cinque Port of Sandwich, Wingham stretches out along a tree-lined high street dominated by the tall green spire of St Mary's Church. Inside the church, some of the arches survive from 1200. Only half a mile outside the village is Wingham Wildlife Park, which is open seven days a week. In addition to its aviaries, ponds and animal enclosures, it includes a Pet Village, a picnic and venture play area and an animal hospital. Wingham's second big attraction is the nearby Goodnestone Park Gardens. The 14-acre gardens - regularly enjoyed by Jane Austen - are generally considered to be among the finest in the South East. The Walled Garden incorporates three enclosures, for roses, herbaceous borders and fruits and vegetables. There's also a woodland walk (overlooking the village cricket ground), an arboretum and gravel garden, and a marvellous array of ancient trees.


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The Old Butchers (0.24 miles)

The Old Butchers
Welcome to the 4 star Old Butchers Bed and Breakfast. One of over 100 listed buildings nestled in the beautiful village of Wingham, between Canterbury and Sandwich. The Old Butchers dates back over 500 years ... More | visit website
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The Dog Inn (0.30 miles)

The Dog Inn
Grade II * listed, this imposing 13th Century Inn occupies a prominent position opposite the church in the picture postcard village of Wingham, a short distance from Canterbury in the heart of rural East Kent. ... More | visit website
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The Duke William Ickham (1.34 miles)

The Duke William Ickham
The Duke William is set in rural Kent with a closeness to the City of Canterbury and its Cathedral, the town of Sandwich, all short drives. The Inn has lovely walks surrounding it, as ... More | visit website
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The Tuns at Staple House (1.80 miles)

The Tuns at Staple House

The Tuns at Staple House is a quintessential Country House and well established licensed wedding venue dating back to 1712 with grounds of approx 3 acres, set amongst the fruit orchards and farms of rural ... More | visit website

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Pilgrims Rest (2.15 miles)

Pilgrims Rest

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The Pilgrims Rest is a sympathetically renovated, Grade II listed, late 16th-early 17th century building, now housing a bar and lounge area, a dining room and 6 en suite bedrooms. The Pilgrims ... More

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Evenhill (2.26 miles)


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With a 4-star rating, this characteristic pub with an open fire and beams offers home cooked cuisine. Originally built as cottages in the 16th century, the Evenhill lies on the A257 in ... More

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Black Pig (2.37 miles)

Black Pig

The Black Pig is a fine old 16th Century, timbered building, with a large garden and free parking situated in the quiet Hamlet of Barnsole. A delicious menu of home cooked food is served daily ... More | visit website

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Molland House (2.51 miles)

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This award-winning B&B is a 16th-century manor house with large en suite rooms, many original features and plenty of charm and luxury. Molland House is located in a country village between Sandwich ... More

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Grove Ferry (3.32 miles)

Grove Ferry
The Grove Ferry is a superbly converted Georgian Mansion set on the banks of The great River Stour, right in the midst of the Stodmarsh nature Reserve. The venue can now boast to be an ... More | visit website
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Knowlton Court (3.54 miles)

Knowlton Court
Knowlton lies in quiet countryside 9 miles south of Canterbury and 5 miles from Sandwich and the coast. Horses graze the land of the estate and there are plenty of attractions nearby.
The accommodation ranges from our ... More | visit website

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