Good location for exploring Kent. Interesting village and the hotel is very old and characterful (wonky floorboards, the lot). We were concerned about facing onto a main road, but the double glazing kept the noise out, but this meant there was no ventilation in the room.
On the downside, despite paying £145 per night B&B, we were rationed to two tea bags a day in the room! I also felt that the restaurant was 20/25% over-priced, although the food was good (we ate better and cheaper elsewhere). Suspect you are paying for the area. Returning guests got the full treatment, while the rest of us were 'afterthoughts'.
The village itself is quaint, but is rather dangerous to negotiate on foot. It's on a main road (A262) and the locals pay no heed to pavements; just about OK on foot, but forget it if you have a push chair or wheel chair..More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking