The backdrop of one of the best views in Southeast England and a genuinely friendly and helpful staff you have the formula for the fine reputation enjoyed by The Beacon near Tunbridge Wells. The house dates from 1895 and was built as the country home of Sir Walter Harris, a former Lieutenant of the City of London. It has a wealth of architectural features including some particularly fine stained glass windows and an oak-panelled bar.
The Georgian Room is warm and cosy, this double room with its fireplace evokes an age of comfort and elegance. The bathroom contains a stunning roll-top slipper bath.
The Contemporay Room has a single room with a subtle colour scheme, contemporary style and a superb tiled en-suite shower room resulting in a light, airy and relaxed atmosphere.
The Colonial Room has a breathtaking outlook, exquisite african fabrics and comfortable furniture makes th…
According to all the best known travel guides the art of providing a good bed and breakfast service is the combination of a comfortable, well equipped room with a clean modern bathroom, tea or coffee making facilities in the room and a delicious full English breakfast for the morning after! You'll not be surprised to learn that's exactly what we offer and to add to the attraction there's the atmosphere created by the history of the hunting lodge and of course our award winning restaurant.
The Dering Arms is ideally located for an overnight stay if you're visiting the castles and country houses of Kent and East Sussex, or if you're travelling to or from the Continent. Just 100 yards from Pluckley station, you can hop onto a train to London or Ashford International and pick up Eurostar, or drive to Folkestone, board Eurotunnel and be in France in no time. The Dering Arms, friendly, co…
Griffins Head is a superb village pub situated in Chillenden close to the beautiful city of Canterbury. Beams, flagstones and timbers are evocative period features of the Griffinís Head, a superb Kent village pub with so much to recommend it.
The award winning pub offers real ales, delicious food, picturesque views, two blazing log fires in inglenook fireplaces in the winter, and in the summer a delightful garden, embraced by wild roses with a pond.
Special features include summer barbecues and the pub is a favourite meeting place for cricketers and vintage car enthusiasts.
It is well worth venturing off the beaten track to this hostelry, a valued part of the local community as well as a favourite destination for pub and food connoisseurs.
For more information about our pub in Kent please call us on 01304 840325.…
The Rose and Crown is a village pub that also provides comfortable accommodation, locally sourced food and a great selection of beers and wine. The pub is located within the heart of Elham village which is on the main road between Canterbury and Folkestone, Kent. This is a good point to stop for anyone doing the Elham Valley walk.
There are 6 en suite guest bedrooms available which are of a country style. All rooms include a flat screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, ironing facilities and complimentary toiletries. Most rooms have access to our Wi-Fi and there is plenty of parking on site.
All of our prices include breakfast in the morning. Breakfast includes a full English, choice of cereals, orange juice, milk, tea or coffee.
The food served at the pub is cooked to order and uses locally sourced ingredients where possible.
The patio to the rear of the pub is …