Bell In Ticehurst

A Historic Small Hotel in Ticehurst, East Sussex

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High Street Ticehurst
Ticehurst
East Sussex
England
TN5 7AS

Bell In Ticehurst, Ticehurst

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Situated in the village of Ticehurst this delightfully quirky Hotel boasts a rustic ambiance and offers a traditional restaurant free Wi-Fi and parking. Whether enjoying a relaxing break in one of the individually themed and styled bedrooms or indulging in a selection of fine ales by an open fireplace guests are guaranteed an unforgettable experience. The Bell has recently been lovingly developed to the tune of 2 million pounds.

The owners have taken great care and pride in preserving the original features and authenticity of the premises whilst also applying their own unique blend of style and innovation. Ranging from the charmingly odd to the outright unconventional the decor is awash with inventive touches and enduring imagery. With such a staunch sense of identity and an equally impressive commitment to customer service it s no wonder that the Bell has already garnered an impressive reputation as a venue for hosting celebrations.

From weddings and anniversaries to birthday parties and good old-fashioned knees-ups such a sublime environment lends itself perfectly to the cultivation of unforgettable moments and cherished memories. The spacious Assembly Room has one large table for 30 people or alternatively a big dance-floor for 100. The Stable originally built as a carriage room is perfect for smaller more intimate affairs.

A grand table sits in the pit where the carriages would have been drawn into offering an inviting retreat for up to 22 people. All of the 7 en-suite bedrooms are individually designed and styled each with a different story to tell. What is consistent is that they are all immaculately furnished and well-appointed with a range of contemporary luxuries and creature comforts including a 32 TV complimentary Wi-Fi access and a handmade Somnus mattress.

But what truly makes them special is that every room also has a silver birch tree a testimony to the unique character of this extraordinary hotel. The staff at the Bell take their food very seriously and are dedicated to providing the best in locally sourced produce. They wholeheartedly believe in supporting the community and utilising fresh natural ingredients from conscientious suppliers that share their commitment to quality and excellence.

The cuisine mirrors the character of the hotel offering traditional English meals with a unique twist. The Restaurant and Bar with its extensive cellar and selection of fine ales prides itself on being able to match the right drink to the right moment whether accompanying a meal or just enjoying a relaxing evening with friends. The Bell is an integral part of the local community providing a friendly welcoming atmosphere and a great place to meet chat and escape.

They also offer a range of entertainment programmes and events including ale appreciation nights and live music. The Bell is situated in the quaint village of Ticehurst in East Sussex. The Hotel offers free on-site parking and is only a half an hour s drive from Royal Tunbridge Wells along the A21 or alternatively 75 minutes from London.

For those travelling by rail there are several minor stations in the vicinity the closest is in Wadhurst just over a 10 minute taxi ride away. The nearest major station is in Tunbridge Wells which offers excellent transport links to principal destinations across the UK. Gatwick international Airport is a little over an hour s drive away.

The village of Ticehurst is nestled in the midst of the glorious East Sussex countryside a scenic swirl of fertile fields and dense woodland. Half an hour s walk from the hotel is Pashley Manor Gardens offering a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping imaginative plantings and fine old trees fountains springs and large ponds. Many eras of English history are reflected here typifying the tradition of the English Country House and its garden.

Further afield is Bedgebury National Pinetum the leading outdoor visitor attraction in the South East.

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Facilities

  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Cots available
  • Wedding Licence
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Telephone In Each Room
  • Pets Allowed
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
  • Lounge Menu
  • Bar
  • Breakfast to go

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Pashley Manor Gardens - 0.9 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

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Bedgebury National Pinetum - 3 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Merriments Garden - 3.2 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Scotney Castle - 3.2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Finchcocks - 4.1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Bateman's - 4.1 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Bayham Abbey - 4.6 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Goudhurst, St Mary - 5.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Brightling, St Thomas a Becket Church - 5.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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