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Wilderness Bed & Breakfast features garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Headcorn. Property is situated in lovely grounds, within a rural and peaceful setting. Close to great pubs, and country walks. Victoria and family are very welcoming and made are short stay enjoyable. Would highly recommend a stay.
The Hawkenbury lies 3 minutes’ drive from Staplehurst and offers bed and breakfast in a converted stable block. This Kentish inn has a bar and restaurant, and offers free on-site parking and Wi-Fi. The staff were incredibly helpful and friendly. The room was very clean and well appointed.
The Checkers is a 14th-century coaching inn located in the picturesque Kent village of Smarden. Bedrooms feature exposed wooden beams and the candlelit restaurant serves fine British cuisine. I loved everything about this property. Location, stunning rooms, breakfast & dinner were superb, especially waffles at breakfast. Staff are very friendly & helpful
Very short stay as we were off to the Big Cat Sanctuary which is near by, Clearly with Covid issues we didnt get to see a lot of the place, but intial impressions its quite a nice village, its not very big . some shops and eateries, which we did use and purchased some items. The Church was open to visitors again with restrictions, but it was nice and welcoming. Yes overall we did enjoy our short stay. we will visit again.
Quaint Kent village that is unspoilt, which is a rare thing these days. Amenities are good and local. Walked from Big 🐱 Sanctuary to Headcorn train station. Took 30 mins. but sadly quite dangerous as neither side of road had a footpath, until within 200 metres from station. Lovely, picturesque walk though.
On street parking was good, and there was a good selection of independent and chain stores, including a discount store, and an excellent florist and antique store. No bargains though - these people knew their business
Had A Pot Of Tea and A Toasted Teacake in The Coffee Corner Cafe. Staff very friendly good seating outside. Good 5 star food rating. Didn't eat any where else there. Lovely Church there with a nice walk along the side of it. Has a little Sainsbury's store there so if you need any bits you can shop there has a ATM outside too. Easy to park in Headcorn a good car park had to pay but good prices. A nice little village if you need big department stores and a bigger town nearest one is Maidstone. There is another cafe and a couple of pubs there. Headcorn Railway Station not too far from the village would take you to Kent and London plus other places too didn't use that.
Headcorn is a typical, pretty Weald of Kent village and is a good centre for visiting attractions in the area such as Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens and Scotney Castle. Eating out around here is not so easy if you don't eat meat - unaccountably, being fairly close to the Kent coast, few pubs have fish and scampi-type dishes or good vegetarian dishes. Almost every village seems prettier than the last one so touring about this area is a delight. The country lanes are sometimes narrow and with high hedges - not good to encounter the ubiquitous speeding white van (we almost lost a wing mirror).
A good centre to see Kent's attractions. Quiet, comfortable, lots of parking and quiet roads in the vicinity. Rooms were light and airy with ceiling fans. Furniture was modern, ironing board and iron provided too. Food in the clubhouse was excellent. The staff were helpful and friendly.
Great value, comfortable room and friendly, helpful staff!