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The Little Black Book: Accommodation

  • Mount Ephraim Gardens

    Mount Ephraim Gardens is a little pocket of pastoral bliss conveniently placed just outside Faversham. Set in ten glorious acres of stunning Edwardian terraced gardens it makes a stylish venue for weddings and parties, against a backdrop of the beautiful Kent countryside. Here sneak a peak...

  • The Barrow House

    The Barrow House is a pub in idyllic Egerton, a village known for its thriving community spirit as much as its magnificent views across the Weald of Kent, picturesque cottages and local history. Previously known as The George, the inn was originally built in 1576 using timbers from sailing ships and traditional cob and straw […]

  • The Three Chimneys

    Muddy says: A well-deserved winner of The Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub for 2018, The Three Chimneys not only offers top quality food and service, it's also located in one of the prettiest spots I know. If you haven't yet been (what have you been doing?!) it's well worth a visit...

  • The Dog at Wingham

    We personally select an ever-changing range of premium beers, wines and spirits, with particular focus on locally brewed real ales, and a collection of more than forty eclectic gins and only the finest English and international wines. Head Chef Tom Dawson and his team will delight you with culinary expertise, hand selecting the finest local ingredients […]

  • Who’d a Thought It

    We live up to our name. The Who’d A Thought It is full of surprises. Tucked away in the sleepy Kent countryside, our boutique hotel is a hive of character, quirkiness and outrageous unconventionality. The building is a restored sixteenth century pub, no doubt the site of countless parties and celebrations over the centuries, and […]

  • The Duke William, Ickham

    Muddy says: Owned by Mark Sargeant, ex right hand man to Gordon Ramsay don'tcha know, this cosy pub has everything from a perfectly picturesque beer garden to top notch food. Oh and some seriously stylish rooms to stay too...

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    The Gallivant

    The Gallivant is a Restaurant with Rooms across the road from the dunes and the beautiful sandy beach beyond. Inspired by the coastal motels you might find in California, they are a relaxing hideaway from the stresses and strains of modern life where grown-ups come to dine, dream and relax. They have great food, amazing […]

  • Hotel du Vin

    Tunbridge Wells is a place filled with character and charm, just like our magnificent Tunbridge Wells Hotel du Vin. Lovingly converted from a Grade II-listed mansion, Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells is one of this beautiful spa town’s architectural landmarks. We’ve amplified the beautiful, authentic Georgian period detail, and, of course, added our own characteristic […]

  • Kent and Sussex Holiday Cottages

    Looking for a romantic getaway for two, a short break with friends or a holiday for all the family? From fisherman’s cottages and seaside houses to country cottages, barn conversions and oast houses, the team at Kent & Sussex Holiday Cottages will be able to find you the perfect holiday home.  With over 250 self-catering […]

  • The Bull at Brenchley

    A Victorian English pub converted to provide fabulous, 5-star luxury self-catering accommodation for up to 16 people. Situated in a Tudor Village within an hour of London, The Bull at Brenchley has everything you could possibly want to make your stay memorable. Including; 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms (6 en suite), lounge with plenty of seating, […]

  • Kent Cottage Holidays

    Imagine unwinding in your own private hot tub.  Explore the picture book Kent towns or spend time on the local beaches. Picture yourself picnicking with friends and a bottle of wine in a bluebell wood, exploring a magical castle with the kids. You can do them all in Kent thanks to the unique blend of […]

  • The Beach House Sandgate

    This is a rare opportunity to holiday in a beautiful Queen Anne beach house with breathtaking views from all floors and beautiful luxurious furnishings throughout. Situated in the lovely seaside village of Sandgate, this self catering holiday house is nestled between Hythe and Folkestone on the Kent coast. The cool, quirky features such as the curved, […]

  • Great Higham Barn & Cottages

    Conveniently located just 90 minutes from London and surrounded by country activities including hiking, horse riding and cycling, as well as clay pigeon shooting and with golf nearby, Great Higham offer the ideal accommodation for families, group celebrations or simply getting away from it all on a well deserved break with friends. Great Higham Barn […]

  • The Kings Head, Wye

    Muddy says: This country pub with a fresh modern vibe sits in the pretty historical village of Wye, where there’s lots of lovely walking nearby in the North Downs. The owners, Mark and Scott, go to great lengths to make sure you are well looked after and are hitting the headlines for their culinary skills. Fancy a weekender? There’s modern snug bedrooms too.

  • The Tickled Trout

    The Tickled Trout, West Farleigh is a modern and stylish pub with 6 boutique hotel rooms and a fabulous fish restaurant with an Italian twist. It also features an impressive fresh ‘Oysters on Ice’ bar where our guests can eat or drink in a relaxed yet sophisticated environment. Originally built in 1541, this Grade II […]

  • The Goudhurst Inn

    The Goudhurst Inn is owned by our winery, Hush Heath Estate, in Staplehurst. We have created a great pub with great wines and ciders from our winery and from around the world, as well as a fantastic array of craft beers, ales and spirits. All our food is locally sourced and prepared with the same love with […]

  • The Milk House

    VILLAGE PUB Situated in Sissinghurst, one of the most picturesque corners of Kent, The Milk House is a village pub at the heart of the community. A former 16th century hall house, with timber beams and a Tudor fireplace, the bar is popular with loyal locals, along with visitors from further afield, offering cask ales […]

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