The Bell in Ticehurst Guest Reviews
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|14.1 miles from Little Common centre|
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Peter Thu, 19 March 2020
The place needs an overall...
Liked: The bar atmosphere in the evening
Disliked: Mirror and hairdryer plug not close together. No shower curtain round bath leading to wet bathroom. Breakfast minimal and poor. No fruit. No bread or toast.
Georgina Mon, 16 March 2020
Pa Fri, 13 March 2020
Michael Fri, 13 March 2020
Good value and ideally located...
Liked: We stayed in the 'Rose Room ' . Not having delved into which room we would be allocated ,as this is generally only discovered when you book in , unless you book a specific room ,such as the honeymoon suite, we were wowed when we taken into the courtyard and expected a block of rooms , we were actually shown to one of four or five lodges ? , self contained units with Cedar shingle clad buildings in a fantastic modern garden setting . The Rose Room has a Pyramid ceiling above the bed , with 1000 imitation roses either hanging or attached to the black background , the fixtures and fittings are all novel , quirky and artistic . The bathroom is actually a wet room , which we don't understand as every thing gets wet when you use the shower ! There is also a bath , all of the fittings are high quality and ultra modern .
The bar and Restaurant are again full of little eye catching quirky ideas , all very clean with friendly staff .
We had breakfast on both mornings , a wide selection of continental and hot food , all locally sourced and particularly the bread fresh from the bakery next door .
Anonymous Wed, 11 March 2020
Great pub, quirky accommodation, highly...
Liked: The quirky room, lovely gardens, character pub, friendly staff, excellent food. Highly recommend for a stay in rural Kent.
Disliked: The room was very warm and we couldn't quite work out how to turn the radiators down.
Rachel Mon, 9 March 2020
Enjoyed our stay, and will...
Liked: Quirky comfortable room over a great pub - exceptional breakfast
Disliked: The disadvantage of staying at a traditional pub is that it comes with 'locals' - there was a lot of, how shall I put it, ripe... no, offensive language in the bar, very loud, and more or less all evening. I know it's their local pub, and we were just visitors, but we'd have enjoyed our evening more if they'd 'toned it down' a bit... Also, there was only one decent real ale on at the time we were there, which was a shame.
Hollie Fri, 6 March 2020
Liked: Lovely pub and garden, fantastic food and wonderful staff who went out of their way to accommodate us. Our room was perfect: cosy, quirky, super clean and with the added bonus of a balcony. Very dog friendly from bed and bowls to sausage treats for breakfast.
Disliked: Nothing! Couple of friendly suggestions; although the food was fantastic we thought it would be great to have a lighter lunch menu. Also, a couple of armchairs by the fireplace would be a nice touch.
Anonymous Wed, 4 March 2020
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Michelle Sun, 1 March 2020
Trendy but cosy.
Liked: Lovely village. The hotel is very unusual but extremely cosy.
Disliked: Everything was perfect.