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Pocket Guide: Royal Tunbridge Wells Bayham Old Abbey Hotels

Bayham Old Abbey is a scenic historic ruins site situated on the Kent/Sussex border. The ruins were built from golden local sandstone and include most of a 13th to 15th century church, a 14th century gatehouse and a chapter house. Both historically important and impressively beautiful, Bayham Old Abbey is a must-see attraction. Whether you're looking for a low cost option or want to relax in luxury at a five star hotel nearby, you're spoilt for choice.

Choosing a Hotel near Bayham Old Abbey

Bayham Old Abbey Hotels range from inexpensive inns and B&Bs to luxurious stately hotels. If you have children you may prefer to look at more affordable choices such as The Black Lion Inn and Relaxinnz The Horseshoe Inn, offering fresh and comfortable rooms at reasonable prices.

If you're spending some quality time with your significant other, there are lots of romantic hotels near Bayham Old Abbey. These include The Queen's Inn and Boreham House, which both offer rooms of exceptional quality and elegance.

Other Attractions in the Area

It's a good idea to select a hotel within easy reach of the other popular attractions in the nearby area to Bayham Old Abbey to make the most of your time spent there. Anyone with an interest in history should make a visit to Scotney Castle Garden, which features stunning gardens and a scenic moat as well as the castle itself.

Cafés, Inns and Restaurants near Your Hotel

Many hotels close to Bayham Old Abbey have their own restaurants, however it's well worth sampling some of the delicious local cuisine at restaurants during your stay as well. The rural area surrounding Bayham Old Abbey is home to many excellent restaurants serving fine food created from delicious, locally-sourced ingredients and served with fine wines.

Bayham Old Abbey is a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year. In the colder months, the already-striking ruins are made even more impressive by the backdrop of winter. During summer, the sandstone the ruins are built from shine in the sunshine. Whatever time of year you choose to visit this superb attraction, your stay will be all the more enjoyable knowing you're returning to your friendly Kent hotel at the end of the day.

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