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Reviewed 24 July 2015

I stayed with a friend last weekend in the river view room, the atmosphere was fabulous, the hosts attentive and caring. The house is a true gem hidden just off the high street but accessible to a restaurant, village shop and pub for food while you stay. I can not recommend highly enough this excellent bed and breakfast hidden amongst...

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Wiltshire, England
Reviewed 19 July 2015

On arrival you get the WOW factor as this B&B is set by the river with stunning beautiful gardens. The house is charming and I believe it is over a 100 years old. My friend and I have a room looking over the front garden and river. It had a single and a double in. Loved the character of the...

1Thank kaz110965
Reviewed 5 August 2013 via mobile

Wickham Lodge is situated in Ayelsford near Maidstone. From there you can easily explore Kent by car. 2 minutes walk you find a pub with view to an old stonebridge over the river. The river room is very nice, has 2 beds for 3 and you stay in a many hundred year old house with a wonderful terraced garden. Breakfast...

1Thank tommibommi
Tonbridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 26 July 2013

My wife and I booked a single night here as we wanted to escape from home for a night to eat out and celebrate a birthday and anniversary - we travelled all of 12 miles to get here and the taxing journey was well worth it!! On arrival the sun was still beating down and the wonderful riverside setting and...

2Thank Googly2010
Melton Mowbray, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 May 2013

Aylesford is a delightful village and the house is in a beautiful setting by the River Medway. Richard and Cerith are pleasant hosts and their breakfasts are delicious. The Friary is worth a visit for light lunches but it wasn't so easy finding food in the evening. The driveway into the property is nerve wrackingly narrow and tricky to exit...

1Thank cynandbar
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 February 2013

Down the rather narrow entrance you find an amazing riverside oasis of old fashioned quality. Character house, great breakfast, quiet, there's wifi (though I didn't get it to work, probably me), the hosts have a great sense of humour, and at £45 you can't go wrong.

Thank Chris C
Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 5 November 2012

We have visited friends who live in Aylesford village several times over the past few years and now as their family has grown we have begun staying in area B&B or hotel accomodations. On the recommendation of our local friends, we booked into Wickham Lodge for this visit. The Wickham Lodge website does a better job of accurately and fully...

1Thank 492traveler
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 9 October 2012

“Please don’t kill the cat,” said Wickham Lodge owner Cherith Bourne. It seemed like a reasonable request. The cat – black, snoozing and catching the last of the Autumn sun – was sprawled on the edge of a gravel driveway outside the converted stable where we were staying … and near the wheel of our hire car. We’d driven back...

2Thank Mr-Wolf-Presents
Preston, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 September 2012

What an amazing place! This old house is so full of character, the garden is delightful and being so close to the river adds a charm of its own. The delightful rooms each had their own character and were equipped with everything we needed (including fresh milk in the fridge). The owners, Cherith & Richard, made us feel so welcome...

Thank Neil S
Blackpool, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 June 2012

our first visit and hopefully not our last, the friendly warm welcome and the homely atmosphere were amazing. Cherith and Richard made you feel very welcome in this beautifully appointed B&B, the views down the river are superb, the terraced garden a delight. the rooms are comfortable with everything you could need, especially liked the choice of teas and coffees....

1Thank missbabs101

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Address: 73 High Street | The Quay, Aylesford ME20 7AY, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Kent > Aylesford
Number of rooms: 3
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“Rooms upstairs are probably larger with more amenities.”
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