Bar, restaurant (closed Sun eve), private dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), sun terrace, large garden (pond, play area), parking.
In bar and restaurant.
All ages welcomed.
Allowed in bar and garden, not in bedrooms or restaurant.
Per room B&B £80–£140. 2-night min. stay at weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
An ‘enjoyable’ pub-with-rooms, this 16th-century hall house has been updated with stylish, unfussy bedrooms and a buzzy, village-hub feel. It is owned by Dane and Sarah Allchorne. Come in to timber beams and a Tudor fireplace; cask ales alongside local beers and wines. Wood-fired pizzas and uncomplicated pub food may be eaten on the terrace or in the large garden; more creative, modern plates are served in the rustic dining room. ‘The food was good, from a small, unchanging menu; one night we had bar snacks – just as tasty, despite the owners being away,’ reports a Guide reader in 2017. Bedrooms upstairs are ‘very comfortable’, with ‘a good bed’. (Front rooms may have road noise.) Hearty breakfasts kick off the day. Sissinghurst Castle Garden is a mile up the road.
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