The Ship Hotel, New Romney, is a 15th century pub & hotel situated in the heart of Romney Marsh. With a large restaurant seating over 70 people, a conservatory, a fully heated patio garden, 10comfortable en suite bedrooms, & an indoor & outdoor bar. The hotel is tastefully decorated and offers a warm welcome. Situated at the end of the High Street.
The Green Owl is a small Free House / Hotel located directly opposite the sand dunes. We offer six fully en suite rooms, recently refurbished to a modern high standard, with flat screen TVs, WiFiaccess and complimentary bottled water. Food is served daily both lunchtimes and evenings except for Sunday lunchtimes and Mondays.
Within the town walls of ancient Rye, discover an oasis of calm. Recognised for outstanding personal service and attention to our guests' needs, Rye Lodge Hotel is the only hotel for miles around withthe coveted VisitBritain GOLD AWARD for excellence.
The Friends of Tilling, who follow the exploits of Mapp and Lucia by E. F. Benson, gather in Rye each year, reliving the books and series filmed and set in this very town. Benson Walks take placesregularly in the Town. Along the south side of the churchyard runs Watchbell Street, with its houses ranging from Tudor to Regency.
One of the best preserved medieval towns in England, Rye is home to the enchanting cobbled Mermaid Street, the impressive Norman church of St Mary's, a rich selection of specialist shops and athriving fishing fleet. The famous Mermaid Inn was once the haunt of notorious smugglers, the Hawkhurst Gang as was The Hope Anchor who housed the Tenterden Gang, both of which fought each other for spoils (Much as it is now!).
Jeake's House provides outstanding accommodation in Rye. The 16th Century house plays host to the discerning guest who wants to recapture the feel of history while at the same time enjoying a highstandard of modern comfort and relaxed hospitality. Rye accommodation is notoriously good and Jeake's House certainly lives up to this reputation.
The Castle Hotel is a charming, family run inn set on the village green of Saltwood. The restaurant serves excellent home made food drawing from local produce and the bar has an excellent choice ofwines and beers including at least 3 well kept real english ales. Here you will meet many of our friendly locals as the bar is the 'hub' of the village. In the summer the garden is the place to be watching local life meander by.
Reputedly visited by Queen Victoria, and situated a stone's throw from the beach, the Royal Norfolk Hotel offers comfortable and well appointed accommodation. Our facilities include room service, alfresco dining and private off-road parking. Along with a warm welcome and family friendly atmosphere, the hotel also overlooks Henry VIII's 15th century Castle, beach and sea. Ragtimes, our American style diner serves a wide range of high quality dishes from Wednesday to Sunday.
Castlewood Hotel's flagship hotel based in Folkestone (Kent) the Burlington Hotel overlooks the English Channel and is Folkestone's highest graded 3 star hotel with 70 bedrooms. The Burlington catersto families and businesses travellers alike, as well as offering the ideal setting for weddings and other private events.
Little Silver Country Hotel is a traditional, enchanting retreat, where you can relax in luxury, indulge yourself with fine food and drink, whilst enjoying the comfort of a homely and friendlyatmosphere. Set in the Weald of Kent, in the heart of the Garden of England, there is a host of country pursuits to enjoy and interesting places to see.