Accommodation & Places to Eat

PUBS, RESTAURANTS WITH ACCOMMODATION & CAFE &  NEARBY CAMP SITE

For a Camp Site at nearby Elmstead Visit   http://thesunnyfield.co.uk/#Home

 

 The New Flying Horse   An old Coaching Inn, warm and cosy pub with a restaurant, garden and accommodation both in the Inn and with chalets in the grounds.  

  01233812297 Dog Friendly

www.newflyinghorsewye.co.uk

The Kings Head  A Refurbished Victorian pub with food.  Accommodation and pretty garden at the rear.

www.kingsheadwye.com

01233 812418    Dog Friendly  

Tickled Trout Another old Inn located by the River Stour, a great place to eat out on the river bank in good weather.     

01233 812 227  Dog Friendly

http://thetickledtrout.wordpress.com/

The Wife of Bath Restaurant with accommodation 

 The owners of Rock Salt  purchased this restaurant . It is  now fully refurbished and open.

As well as a main dining room there is also a Tappas Bar.

01233 812 232 

 Wye Coffee Shop & Kitchen

All day breakfasts, great lunches with coffee and cake on going.

Bangladeshi Curry House (Joshan of Wye.)  Due to an unfortunate fire this restaurant is temporarily closed. The reopening date is not yet known. 

 Meanwhile enjoy Joshan’s Curries on  Tuesday evenings at The Tickled Trout. 

   01233 812 231 

                                                                                                                                                                             

Chinese Restaurant (The Golden Wye) With Take Away.     

01233 811 712

                                                                     

SELF CONTAINED PROPERTIES

The Old Forge  A self contained property for hire behind the owner’s cottage. Proprietors: Nick and Anne Bolt  01233 813 455 

Staple Farm . A converted farm building.    Proprietors Cliff and Betty Martingdale          01233 750248

Staple Farm is just outside the village.

B&B IN PRIVATE HOUSE

Number 27 at Wye  www.number27bandb.com 01233 812 817  ….

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Accommodating Hosts

What does “bed and breakfast” mean to you? Like many, perhaps you think of a cosy rural retreat with homemade cake, comfortable beds, fluffy towels and a labrador by the fire – or do you have some nightmare image of a cold, uncomfortable night without sleep! These days many holiday and business travellers seeking out comfort and a friendly welcome are increasingly turning to B&Bs for the modern and personalised services that define a quality experience from start to finish.

 Planning a trip? Before you start checking the rates at the most popular large hotel in the area why not stay in a room at the home of someone who knows your destination best. Most people aren’t quite sure what to think of a bed and breakfast. Either they have misconceived notions of the kind of service they’ll get and the type of people who run the places, or they just have no idea how B and B’s operate. The reality is, bed and breakfasts are different, but in a good way!

 How many times have you wished a hotel would at least offer free Wi-Fi? Even Starbucks has that! Well, chances are, if you stay in a B&B, not only will you have free Wi-Fi, but complimentary parking, bottled water, toiletries and concierge services – and perhaps a glass of wine with the owners after a busy day sightseeing!  Hotels often charge for these services so you end up paying a lot more than the room price. B&B owners are also likely to be seasoned locals with a wealth of knowledge about their area so they can for example happily tip you off to the best restaurants or pubs and things to do.

 The service at a B&B goes way beyond just providing you with comfortable rooms and a home cooked breakfast made to order, often with home grown produce.  And if you have special dietary restrictions: not only do many B&Bs serve locally sourced and organic food, most will, with some advance warning, be more than happy to serve specially prepared food for those who are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free!

 How is it that you can get so much more at a B&B? The answer is simple: every B&B is personally run by the owners who really do want to provide the best possible experience. You’re not just a room number — you’re a true guest, and you’ll feel more than welcome at a B&B.

 At Number 27 we meet guests arriving by train at Wye station; carry guests bags to and from their room; book a table for them wherever they choose to eat; if they are walkers we drive them to their (re)starting point on the North Downs or Pilgrims Way; launder rain and mud soaked clothing; clean their car; provide directions to local, little known places of interest and so much more – and all at no extra cost. Quite simply we want them to feel at home and to enjoy their time here in such a beautiful area.

 If you’d like to see for yourself what we offer then please contact me as we would be happy to arrange for you to view our two delightful rooms.   

 Karen Warden

W: www.number27bandb.com

T: 01233 812817

E: number27bandb@btinternet.com

 Number 27 at Wye

27 Havillands Place

Wye

TN25 5GJ

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