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Chilton Villa
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This friendly and comfortable two room bed and breakfast is located in the old village shop and post office in the very centre of the rural village of Word in Worth just a mile or so from the ancient and historic medieval cinque port of Sandwich. The accommodation is owned by Tye and Diane - the ex landlords of The St Crispin Inn.

Set amongst the rural countryside of South East Kent, not far from Canterbury, Deal, Dover and the Isle of Thanet. Traditional country breakfast served usually by Tye! The two comfortable and spacious rooms are both large with en suite facilities, flat screen TV and have their own personal outside access.

Chilton Villa is near to the famous Sandwich Golf Clubs, Royal St George's (for the British Open) and Prince's Golf Club and within easy reach of all the continental links - Dover, Channel Tunnel, Manston airport etc. The historic city of Canterbury just 14 miles - Bus service from just outside Chilton Villa. The two local pubs are just a stones throw away - The Blue Pigeons just 1 minute walk and The St Crispin Inn about 4 minutes.

Children and Pets welcome! Disabled Access. FREE car parking and Wifi.


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