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Located in Chilham, 22 mi from Maidstone, The Old Alma Inn Ltd features a garden and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a Full English/Irish or vegetarian breakfast. The host was friendly. The room itself was clean and the bed was fine. Shower was also nice and hot enough. The hotel was located right next to the A-road, just something to keep in mind when you book.
Set 4.7 mi from Canterbury, award-winning Homelea B & B & Self Catering offers a modern B&B and self-catering accommodations 0.9 mi from the medieval viallage of Chilham. Very friendly.. made to feel at home .. central location to most places of interest .. clean.. comfortable.. good food .. very happy.. would highly recommend :-)
An ancient village with two good pubs and a wonderful house in the centre where the gardens are opened to the public regularly. Good walking in the region and for using it as a base for Canterbury visits and for exploring the North Downs.
A beautiful Kent village with lots of history. Films have been made here and the buildings are amazing. A walk around the village is a must + a visit to the local tea shop or pub (or both). The castle is worth a visit. Excellent location.
Chilham is a very pretty, friendly village. The square just up the hill from the Woolpack Inn, was worth a visit. There were a few pubs within walking distance although we only went into the bar at the Woolpack Inn. We decided not to walk too far after dark as it was pitch black.
Lovely place to visit, had a lovely crumpet at Mollys tea rooms where the staff wore really cute dress's. Didn't really go far just sat there and watched the world go by as Chileam is the sort of relaxing place you can do that.
Lovely, ancient buildings, very photogenic, dominated by Chilham Castle, a very impressive building sadly only open for one day each month. One very tiny but nice tea-room, one souvenir shop, 2 average pubs, one with live music though. Beautiful countryside with some lovely walks nearby. Sadly nowhere great to eat in the evenings.
A place to visit ! Lovely and old village, just away the traffic between Ashford and Canterbury, with a beautiful castle (that is unfortunately not visitable during winter). Where to sleep: the Woolpack Inn, the perfect Inn. Where to have a drink: the White Horse, the perfect pub with a warm fireplace.