This boutique hotel is located in the village of Ticehurst in East Sussex. Bell In Ticehurst offers guests the choice between rooms and lodges within an old coaching inn.
This award-winning property has individually styled accommodation, some with free-standing copper bath tubs. Some rooms have exposed brick walls and all have hardwood floors. The beds have Somnus mattresses and all rooms have en-suite bathrooms.
The Bell in Ticehurst serves a selection of ales and also features an English restaurant.
Royal Tunbridge Wells is 10.7 miles away and Hastings is 17.5 miles away. National Trust - Scotney Castle is located a
12-minute drive away.
What makes a stay at The Bell in Ticehurst unique?
The Bell in Ticehurst is a 16th Century pub, full of character, history and plenty of personality.
You will find local ale's and spirit's, great locally sourced food and comfortable rooms. Recently winners of the Times and Sunday Times Best Pub Hotel 2020.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Bell in Ticehurst?
The cuisine is traditional English with a twist. it is uncomplicated, unrushed food in a style all on it's own, sourced from local farms and suppliers.
What is the signature dish at The Bell in Ticehurst?
There is a 25 day aged 700g sirloin steak for 2, served with portobello mushrooms, on the vine tomatoes, fries, mixed leaf salad and peppercorn sauce.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Bell in Ticehurst?
The Bell has seven quirky hotel bedrooms and four rustic lodges set in a garden of whimsy.
A few of the rooms have copper roll top baths, a couple of the rooms can also be made into twin beds.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Ticehurst area?
The Bell in Ticehurst is located near a number of National Trust's, Scotney Castle / Sissinghurst Castle and Garden / Bodiam Castle. The Bell is also surrounded by some outside attractions, Bedgebury Pinetum / Bewl Water / Pashley Manor / King Johns Nursery.