Abbot's Fireside

A Historic Hotel in Elham, Kent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

High Street
Elham
Kent
England
CT4 6TD

Abbot's Fireside, Elham

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The Abbot’s Fireside Elham surrounded by breathtaking countryside has seven delightful bedrooms. Whether you are on holiday or on business when you enter the Abbot’s Fireside you will encounter a warm and friendly welcome be surrounded by antique furniture open fireplaces and original leaded glass windows throughout the lounge restaurant and bedrooms. Our lounge and restaurant feature huge medieval fireplaces which like the hotel itself are listed by the Historical Society.

Built as an inn in 1451 and throughout Tudor and Stuart times the building was known as 'The Smithies Arms'. The restaurant has an excellent reputation for its cuisine and wines. The village of Elham lies in the centre of Elham Valley declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

You can walk or cycle for hours through the unspoilt Kentish hills. There are three golf courses in the area together with a course at Leeds Castle which is only 30 minutes away. Interesting places to visit are the historic city of Canterbury and its Cathedral, Dover Castle, Leeds Castle, Sissinghurst Gardens, and the towns of Tenterden and Rye with their many antique shops.

If you like to cross the Channel the Abbot’s Fireside Hotel is the ideal location to stay the night. The Channel Tunnel is only a 10 minute drive from Abbot’s Fireside The Port of Dover only 20 minutes and Manston airport is 45 minutes away. We warmly welcome you to The Abbot’s Fireside and hope that you will find your stay with us an enjoyable one.

4 star rating

From: £100.00


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Room Facilities
Colour television
Freeview
Non-smoking
Tea and coffee making facilities
DVD player

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wedding services
Ironing facilities
Restaurant
DVD/Video/Games rental
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Bar
Non-smoking (throughout)
Lounge

Parking
Off-site parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Printer
Photocopier

Dining Facilities
The dining facilities are currently limited to cooked breakfasts and light lunches only. The 'fine dining' restaurant is due to open mid February 2016.

Meals
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Highchairs
Games available
Cots
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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