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County - Kent | Map
Tel code: 01233 | code search
Postcode: TN25 | code search
Population: 2500
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Birthplace of:
Aphra Behn
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Folk Customs:
Admiralty of the Medway
Biddenden Dole
Blessing the Sea and Diving for the Cross
Canterburys Hop Hoodening
Rochester Sweeps' Festival
St Bartholomew's Day Bun Race
The Offham Quintain

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Tickled Trout
"Visited the Tickled Trout in Wye at the weekend. New owners have just taken over in August and they make the pub a joy to be in. Very quick and ..." More

Tickled Trout
"I drove 40 miles to go to this pub. Worth every drop of precious petrol! Great atmosphere lovely food, nice staff and especially enjoyed the chocolate fudge cake! 10/10.

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Tickled Trout
"A huge disappointment! The customer service was appalling and the food not alot better. I shall not be returning and that's a shame as living in Wye its the pub with ..." More

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Wye is an historic village in Kent, located near Ashford. Its population of villagers is about 2,300 but was expanded by an additional 600 students who would come to study at Wye College, an agricultural college until 2005. The college was founded in 1447 and was part of the University of London and then Imperial College. In 2005 Imperial announced that Wye College would be converted into a research centre. However, following a campaign and the uncovering of a masterplan to sell the college and ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ land off for housing development, the plans were abandoned. A book on the campaign, SAVED, was published in April 2007. The building is currently used by the University of Kent. Wye is located at an ancient ford of the River Great Stour, and a Roman camp and villa once stood at the site. On the other side, there are remarkable views of ‘The Devil's Kneading Trough’ valley. Due west of the village on the Downs is a crown carved in the chalk by Wye College students in 1902 to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII. Wye has several restaurants and pubs including The Wife of Bath and The Tickled Trout.


Wye Surgery


The Wife of Bath

Pub and Bar

New Flying Horse
Tickled Trout


New Flying Horse
Tickled Trout
Wife of Bath Restaurant


Lady J Thornhill’s Primary School
Spring Grove School

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The Wife of Bath (0.18 miles)

The Wife of Bath

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The Wife of Bath has five comfortable bedrooms,all with lovely bathrooms, each one with its own unique style and character. The Wife of Bath, Restaurant with rooms offers wonderful food, ... More

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New Flying Horse Inn (0.18 miles)

New Flying Horse Inn

The New Flying Horse Inn is a 17th century posting house with oak beams and gleaming brasses. Romans, Saxons and the 17th century smugglers have all left their mark on Wye, a historic village set in ... More | visit website

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Stourview Cottage B&B (1.38 miles)

Stourview Cottage B&B
A traditional Kent Peg tiled 300 year old family home, offering two Kingsize suites with ether a private bathroom or a private shower room. Each suite/room has a private entrance & gardens with patio & ... More | visit website
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Croft Hotel (2.07 miles)

Croft Hotel

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In a leafy setting on the edge of Ashford, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Croft Hotel. The Croft Hotel prides itself on its friendly atmosphere, where guest ... More

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Downsview (2.36 miles)


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Downsview Guesthouse is situated in a rural setting, located minutes from Ashford town centre and offers a cosy, comfortable and friendly service. We have a private car park. Accommodation comprises ... More

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Eastwell Manor (2.36 miles)

Eastwell Manor
"Breathtakingly Beautiful: Eastwell Manor in the Garden of England."

Situated within a parkland of 3,000 acres and amidst 62 acres of its own well-tended gardens and natural woodland, enjoying seclusion and tranquility lies Eastwell Manor. ... More | visit website
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Conningbrook Hotel (2.79 miles)

Conningbrook Hotel

Newly acquired by Shepherd Neame, the Conningbrook Hotel well situated for business and leisure visitors. Located just one mile from Ashford Town Centre and just minutes away from the historic town, Canterbury. All the rooms ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Ashford (3.26 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Ashford Warren Cottage Hotel (3.37 miles)

Ashford Warren Cottage Hotel

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A cosy atmosphere awaits you at this 300 year old Guest House with its wealth of oak beams and open fireplaces. Built on an old coach route, the weary traveller is ... More

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Ashford International Hotel (3.65 miles)

Ashford International Hotel
The Ashford International Hotel is just minutes from the M20 and the Eurostar connection. Air-conditioned rooms have flat-screen TVs, and the hotel also boasts a restaurant, pool and hot tub. The modern large rooms at the ... More | visit website

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The Houses of Parliament burn down - 1834, Jane Eyre Published - 1847, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Published - 1950, First Edition of Blue Peter - 1958
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