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Food and drink in and around the beautiful village of Wye in Kent - includes our finest food producers as well as pubs, restaurants and places to stay

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WyeFood: Mulberry Bed and Breakfast

Mulberry B&B behind its Georgian façade in the middle of the village, Mulberry Bed and Breakfast is an early 16th century timber-framed house retaining a wealth of original period features, including inglenook fireplaces and exposed oak beams. The peaceful garden has a lovely old mulberry tree, hence the name. Breakfast produce is locally sourced wherever possible.
137 Bridge Street, Wye, Kent TN25 5DP
01233 813499
www.mulberrybandb.co.uk

 

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WyeFood: The Forge

The Forge  a delightful conversion of the old village Forge into a holiday cottage providing comfortable self-catering accommodation for up to four people in the centre of Wye. The Forge has a living room, kitchen / dining area, three bedrooms, toilet and separate shower room. There is a drive that provides off street parking. Bed and Breakfast available on request.
4 Scotton Street, Wye, Kent TN25 5BZ
01233 813455
www.wyeforge.co.uk
 

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WyeFood: crispy pigs ears by the fire!

The King's Head has recently been refurbished, and what a great job they've done. The food isn't extraordinary but it's good and uses local produce, like the bread from Wye Bakery and meat from local producers. There's sharing plates, small plates and big plates with things like smoked haddock scotch eggs, crispy pigs ears, fish dishes or a good homemade burger. Wine menu is good and reasonably priced - you can get a nice bottle for £14. If you're on a walking holiday or visiting the area the rooms are all ensuite with stripped wooden floors and tasteful décor.  The King's Head website

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WyeFood: The New Flying Horse Wye

The New Flying Horse  nine bedrooms, designed in a traditional style, including one twin room specially-equipped for disabled guests. All bedrooms have TVs and the pub has internet facilities. Some rooms are in the 17th century posting house while others are in the converted coach house. Pub and restaurant with beams and a lovely garden.
Upper Bridge Street, Wye, Kent TN25 5AN
01233 812297
www.newflyinghorsewye.co.uk

 

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WyeFood: Stourview Cottage just outside Wye

Stourview Cottage  an elevated and secluded 300 year old family home with original beams and wood panelling. Two suites are available and each has its own private garden area. Breakfast is served using local ingredients including bread from Wye Bakery. The cottage is two miles from Wye but the owners offer a local collection and drop off service (subject to availability) for a small fee. Pamper days and holistic body treatments available.
Stourview Cottage, White Hill, Bilting TN25 4HB
01233 813821
www.stourviewcottage.co.uk

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WyeFood: Mistral Bed and Breakfast

Mistral Bed and Breakfast  a small Bed and Breakfast enterprise offering high quality food just five minutes walk from the centre of the village. There is a beautiful garden, which occasionally serves as a small outdoor theatre. As far as possible, ingredients for breakfast are sourced locally.
3 Oxenturn Road, Wye, Kent TN25 5BH
01233 813011
 

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