The Kings Head Inn is situated in the historic village of Wye, Kent, nestled at the foot of the North Downs in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
In keeping with the countryside location, each of our guest rooms are simply and tastefully decorated, making use of painted wood panelling, some with shaker peg rails. The use of reclaimed and vintage furniture mixed with bright accents and modern accessories give the rooms a fresh and uncluttered feel, while retaining our trademark rustic charm.
All our rooms are en-suite, and feature a bath with shower above or a shower room, or in the case of our deluxe double room, a free standing roll top bath. Breakfast is included, and is served in our restaurant from 8.00am until 9.30am.
- Crisp cotton bed linen
- Fluff white towels
- Flat screen TV & DAB radio/alarm
- Free high speed WiFi
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Complimentary toiletries
- Fully carpeted
- Blinds & black out curtains
- Iron available on request
Dining with us:
If you would like to dine in our restaurant during your stay, please advise us in advance as we may not be able to accommodate you without a reservation.
Wye and the Local Area:
Surrounded by the stunning Kent countryside, Wye is conveniently located just a few miles from the M20 motorway, giving easy access to the Channel Tunnel, and ferry crossings to France and beyond.
Wye is a historic village with many lovely streets to meander along, and plenty of local amenities, including a Co-op mini supermarket, chemist, numerous hair dressers and beauty salons, a barber shop, micro pub, gift shops, bakery, butcher & deli, hardware store, and 6 places to eat (including the Kings Head!). There’s also a vets, and doctor’s surgery, newsagent, and the village post office. Plenty to keep you entertained if you decide to stay local!
Nearby Ashford international station is only a short 38 minute journey by high speed rail from London St Pancras.
Wye’s own train station is short stroll from the Kings Head, and offers a direct link to Ashford in 7 minutes, while the historic cathedral city of Canterbury with its bustling and cosmopolitan atmosphere is just 15 minutes away by train. Further afield the wonderful Kent coast beckons, with it’s fabulous beaches, towns and villages.