Nestled below the downs, Wye is a sociable, active village
We all love Wye - pretty village, station, great primary and secondary schools, pubs, restaurants and sports clubs. Perfect!
Wye is a large and busy village surrounded by beautiful countryside and is ideal for those wishing to explore the North Downs. There have been settlements at Wye from pre-historic times and the historic buildings of Wye College date from 1447. The village has a regular bus service and an hourly train service to London, Ashford, Canterbury and Ramsgate.
There is a choice of restaurants in the village including Chinese and Indian and The Wife of Bath Restaurant boasts a stylish interior with first class cuisine! The twice monthly Farmers Market is well attended and Wye is also home of the Wooden Spoon Jam and Preserves Company. The Annual Street Party is a great success at Christmas time.
My children are both actively involved in the sports clubs in Wye — our family loves the village.
There is a good selection of organisations within this vibrant community including Good Companions Club, Gardeners Club, Brownies, Bell Ringers, Youth Fellowship. Rainbow Group (Mothers and Toddlers) and Youth Club. Sporting activities include the Cricket Club, Tennis Club, Football Club and Short Mat Bowls Club. There is an under fives Playgroup, Karate and Ballet – the list is endless in this popular, friendly and immensely pretty village.
Facilities: Primary School, Prep School and Nursery School, Three Pubs, Library, Three Churches, Doctors Surgery, Part-time Dentist and Chiropodist, Post Office, Shops, Two Banks, Restaurants, Coffee Shop/Bistro, Bus Services and Main Line Railway Station.
Ashford: 4.5 miles
New Flying Horse Inn
A classic country inn on the edge of the Kent Downs, the New Flying Horse is a special place to dine, drink and stay in Wye, near Ashford. It is home to delicious local produce, […]Find out more
Perry Court Farm Shop
Perry Court Farm is a family run business with three generations of the Fermor family working together on the farm. Conveniently located between the two Wye turnings on the A28 towards Canterbury the farm shop […]Find out more
Passionate about education and the need for local, seasonal, ethically grown food. Rebel Farmer specialises in soil-grown micro greens, salads and flowers. These are available to purchase through various local stockists (see their website for […]Find out more
The Kings Head
At The Kings Head it’s all about quality: quality of food, quality of service and quality of environment. The chefs at The Kings Head like to have fun in the kitchen and to say they […]Find out more
The Tickled Trout Pub
For more than 400 years, an Inn or Tavern has stood on the banks of the River Stour in Wye where The Tickled Trout public house now stands. The Tickled Trout is typical of the […]Find out more
The Wife of Bath Bar, Restaurant and Rooms
The Wife of Bath has been on the food map of Kent for over 40 years. Acquired and refurbished in 2016 by the team behind the award winning Rocksalt Restaurant in Folkestone and The Duke […]Find out more
Wye Community Farm
The Wye Community Farm (WCF) initiative was launched in 2007, in response to the loss of agricultural teaching at Wye College. Owned and run by its members, WCF demonstrates the ways in which the public […]Find out more
Wye Cricket Club
Wye Cricket is one of the most picturesque venues for cricket in Kent, set in elegant surroundings with the Wye Crown as a backdrop. The club runs two Saturday sides, the first team play in […]Find out more
This renowned hill figure was originally formed by hacking through the green turf to reveal the white chalk underneath that lies beneath it. The Wye Crown was first cut in 1902 by students from Wye […]Find out more
Wye Farmers' Market
Wye Farmers Market has been providing its local community with delicious, fresh, locally produced food for over ten years. With an enviable array of stalls selling everything from fresh bread, cakes, jams and chutneys to […]Find out more
Wye National Nature Reserve
Originally carved by melting snow at the end of the Ice Age, the Wye National Nature Reserve is one of natures finest creations. The nature reserve has a circular nature trail and several public footpaths […]Find out more
Wye Tennis Club
Wye Tennis club is located at Wye Playing Fields, by the village hall, Bridge Street, Wye, TN25 5EA. There is ample parking for all cars. There are two clay courts and three tar macadam courts. […]Find out more
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