The Dog at Wingham
Why We Love This Hotel
- A traditional countryside pub-style hotel in a 13th-century former monastery
- It's in the charming Kent village of Wingham, near wildlife parks & Canterbury
- Individual rooms feature original beams & period detail; some have 4-poster beds
- A popular restaurant serves a free English breakfast & international fare
The Dog at Wingham is a traditional pub-style hotel set in a Grade II-listed 13th-century monastery in the picture-postcard village of Wingham in Kent.
Wingham Wildlife Park and Howletts Wild Animal Park are a 5-minute drive from the hotel; Canterbury city centre is 20 minutes away by car and bus.
The stylish, cosy, child-friendly rooms are individually decorated, and feature original beams and vaulted ceilings; some have 4-poster beds.
A full English breakfast is included in the room price, while an upscale menu with an international wine list is available in the popular, relaxed, wood-panelled restaurant with leaded windows and an airy, flagstone-floored conservatory. There's also a cosy bar and snug area, and an outdoor patio with a garden.