Tenterden is a town with a large conservation area in the Ashford District of Kent, England. It stands on the edge of the remnant forest The Weald, overlooking the valley of the River Rother. It was a member of the Cinque Ports Confederation. Its riverside today is not navigable to large vessels and its status as a wool manufacturing centre has been lost. Tenterden has several voluntary organisations, some of which are listed below, seven large or very old public houses within its area and has long distance walking and cycling routes within its boundaries.
Things to do in Tenterden
4 based on 354 reviews
A typical Prezzo style, clean, plenty of choice, good flavoursome meals and helpful staff. The wines are particularly good value. Always well presented and even better with the various offers they have.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
Peggotty's Tea Shop has an interesting, ever changing decor inside the shop. Perhaps a little quirky? Bright paintings and hats (!) decorate the walls. There are tables in front of the shop, and also a couple of tables in the peaceful oasis of a back garden.The tea is from the local Kent Tea Company - loose leaf only.The cakes and scones are 100% homemade. Try the tangy lemon drizzle or the nutty coffee and walnut, 2 of the favourites.Or why not just go for a plain and simple old fashioned rock cake.They will not disappoint you.If you are feeling the need to be decadent, try a scrumptious afternoon tea - consisting of sandwiches of your choice, scones jam and clotted cream, and cake of your choice to finish.The cream teas are scrumptious - how can you resist?Go on - treat yourself!
Went on the spur of the moment with a friend for a coffee & catch up. Landed up with ordering two large pieces of delicious cake as well. Staff are warm and friendly & that’s just how both of our stomachs felt after eating homemade cake. Their latte is excellent. Highly recommend.
4 based on 511 reviews
14th Century heavily timbered wealden hall house restaurant in the centre on Tenterden offering great British food. Open for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch and afternoon teas. All home-made dishes, desserts and cakes, freindly efficient staff.
Had a very lovely lunch. Staff always friendly and will always talk and make you welcome. Great service and price. Nice idea if your local they have a privilege card. Food is always of a good quality and hot. Refil coffee which is always welcome....MoreMany thanks for another great review Best wishes Nick
4.5 based on 484 reviews
I came in a bit earlier for dinner on a Monday. They were slow tonight but the service was very good. I enjoyed the humus with a couple pita and the mixed grill. Chicken was the best of the meats but all were good. I did like the dried olives and pepporcini they served as an amuse boche.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Booked a table for 9 people & a dog for Sunday lunch. Good job we booked, the place was packed! 8 of us had roasts of various meats and all very good. Meat, 3 veg, roast potatoes & a Yorkshire pud with gravy. 1 of us had scampi & chips which was not as good as the roasts. Pudding wise between us we had apple pie (excellent), sticky toffee, fudge brownie, cheesecake (very sweet), and cheese & crackers. Again, all fantastic bar the cheese & crackers which was very plain & not a large mix of cheeses.
Overall a great lunch in what is clearly a very popular, dog friendly pub.
4 based on 524 reviews
We had not visited this inn before and were pleasantly surprised. The staff were friendly and welcoming and the service was efficient. On arrival both children were provided with good quality drawing and colouring books to entertain them.
The children’s menu was good value at £6 and both our grandchildren enjoyed it. The bistro-style menu was full of interesting dishes and the pizzas, on a thin crust, with the option of half and salad, were delicious. The starters were filling and unfortunately left us with no room for dessert. The beer was also good as was the option of wine by the glass. This is a place to return to!
4 based on 320 reviews
We came here on Saturday for a lunch and we hadn't made a reservation, but The staff were very friendly and found us a table. The food itself was really nice, and the atmosphere was very pleasant.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Another great cafe/coffee shop down Sayer's Lane in Tenterden. ? My usual lunch or brunch here is the hot chocolate, which is just so soothing and the pastries and sandwiches are yummy too! ? Cosy as can be and lovely chatty stuff ?
4 based on 67 reviews
Came here with my daughter this morning on her recommendation. I've lived in Tenterden for years but never been here before! I thought it was lovely for several reasons. I love the little children's area you have with toys and books, so well thought out. The toilets with baby changing facilities were clean, tidy and very well maintained. The lay out of the cafe is attractive with comfy chairs/ sofas. I had a cheese scone and am quite fussy about the quality of scones but this one was lovely, cheesy and rustic! The coffee was good.. I had a flat white. My daughter had a Brie croissant. The menu has some interesting options and the milkshakes and children's menu are also highlights. Good little coffee shop! Will be coming here rather than costa in future.
4 based on 626 reviews
We went to the restaurant after wine tasting, they already knew who we were and were seated immediately. We had a lovely meal and the wine was lovely too. The only feedback i would give is it would be nice to have a wine recommendation for the different dishes. For the restaurant of a winery it would be nice to carry on the theme and have recommendations of what to pair my food choices with. Great service, lovely atmosphere.
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