Located on the first floor of our rear building, this room is ideal for the solo traveler. Equipped with shower en-suite, tea and coffee making facilities, internal phone, HD television with free view and a hairdryer.
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Type Pub B&B
From £50 per room per night
Located in Chilham, the 600 year old Woolpack Inn offers a glimpse into hospitality of yesteryear and with a fantastic location the Inn is a must on any visit.
Located in the Garden of England Just off the A28 between Ashford and Canterbury is the chocolate box village of Chilham, where you can find a real gem; the 600 year old Woolpack Inn is nestled at the bottom of the hill leading in the shadow of the Norman castle. With its vast oak beams and inglenook fireplaces it offers a glimpse into hospitality of yesteryear. The inn is said to be haunted by the Grey lady, a friendly ghost who wanders the main building.
Visitors can choose to relax in the cosy bar, the restaurant with its glorious bay window and country lane views or the patio courtyard where they will find the olive tree which has been in situ since the inn was built. Parking is not a problem with availability for 25 cars to the rear of the hotel and space enough to accommodate a coach. The Woolpack provides a great stop-over destination being just 30 minutes from the channel tunnel and Ashford International.
The Inn boasts a home-cooked menu with many of the ingredients being sourced locally. Fish comes off the boat in the morning and often is on the plate by lunch service. Simple, honest food seems to be the order of the day. Local mushroom sauteed in garlic butter, finished with Stilton and cream and presented on a garlic ciabatta, real home-made steak & Spitfire Ale pie, and homemade strawberry shortcake give a hint of the homely Fayre on offer. Monday to Friday offers an all inclusive 2/3 course menu at a reasonable price.
Visitors can indulge in the local real ale of Shepherd and Neame, the Faversham brewers, and toast with a pint of Spitfire or Masterbrew whilst sitting next to the open fire. If eating in the restaurant there is a wide range of wines with a choice to suit every occasion.
The Woolpack Inn has 14 bedrooms, including two four poster rooms with rugs, roll-top baths and views to match. The double rooms are modestly priced. The room are located in an old stable block, across, garage and the main building and are all tastefully decorated in keeping with the age of the Inn. Three have access to a small, private garden area- a great plus for families or an opportunity to just sit and unwind. Dogs are welcome to stay at a charge of £6 per room per night. The family-run Woolpack combines a fantastic location and great hospitality to make a memorable trip, a must on any visit to the South East.
They have a total of three twin rooms at The Woolpack Inn. Equipped with two single beds the twin rooms have a shower en-suite, tea and coffee making facilities, internal phone, HD television with free view and a hairdryer. Two of the rooms are located on the first floor of the rear building, the other is the disabled access room. The disabled access twin room is on the ground floor of the stable block, it has ramp access and a wet room. Ideal for wheelchair users or those with mobility problems and it has space for parking directly outside.
They have five standard double rooms at The Woolpack Inn. They all have double sized beds a shower en-suite, tea and coffee making facilities, internal phone, HD television with free view and a hairdryer. Three of these rooms are located on the ground floor of the rear building, ideal for those bringing a dog, one on the first floor of the rear building, and the last is on the first floor of the main building.
They have two luxury four poster rooms at The Woolpack Inn, the first located on the ground floor in the converted stable block, it has access onto a small garden area, a king size wooden framed four poster bed, double sofa and corner bath en-suite. It also has space for parking directly outside. The second is on the first floor in the main building, this part of the building was built 600 years ago so is full of ambiance and history, it has a brass framed king size four poster bed, a roll-top bath with his and hers sinks and armchairs to relax and soak in the view over Chilham. Both have tea and coffee making facilities, internal phone, HD television with free view and a hairdryer.
The family rooms at The Woolpack Inn sleep up to 6 people comprising of double, twin, single and sofa beds. They have en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and internal telephone. One of the rooms the suite is accessed across the outside patio area which boasts the Inn’s ancient Olive Tree.
Located on the first floor in the main building the apartment consists of a very spacious double bedroom, lounge with two single beds, kitchen/dining area and bathroom en-suite. There is space in both parts for an additional folding bed if required. This is the perfect option for those staying for more that a few days. It gives you the freedom to make your own meals in your own kitchen or the opportunity to pop downstairs to the restaurant if not. Like all of the rooms it has an internal phone, HD television with free view and a hairdryer.
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