The Old Butchers

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31 High Street

The Old Butchers, Wingham

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Welcome to the 4 star Old Butchers Bed and Breakfast. One of over 100 listed buildings nestled in the beautiful village of Wingham between Canterbury and Sandwich. The Old Butchers dates back over 500 years and boasts many characterful features including low beamed ceilings and ornate windows.

Each of our rooms has its own shower ensuite and is equipped with Tv(DVD) tea and coffee making facilites alarm clock with ipod dock hairdryer and wireless internet avaliable on request. The rooms retain the old features of the house but with all the modern comforts you would expect. We are a family friendly establisment and in the kingsize room we are able to put up a travel cot for little ones at no extra charge or feel free to bring your own.

We also have highchair avaliable in the breakfast room on request. There is secure off road parking on site for guests. We also have a large garage and store where guests can securely leave cycles if required.

 4 star rating

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