Famed as the home of Lord Sandwich and his creation of the you know what, Sandwich was actually once the fourth largest city in the UK! An astounding fact, seeing as today it’s more of a beautiful heritage village, set around quiet, medieval lanes, timber framed houses and properly ancient churches.
Surprisingly the town makes very little fuss about being the home of the Fourth Earl’s invention, which allowed him to gamble all night without smudging his cards, and it’s much more about preserving the town’s charms. Like its beautiful Art Deco cinema and 1920s motor garage. Here there are more listed buildings than unlisted ones, and that goes for the best places to stay in Sandwich too.
Still not sure which to book? Browse through our list of all the best places to stay in Sandwich, or contact one of our friendly Gurus for advice. Or you can widen your search and check out all our Kent recommendations.
An elegant, Colonial style inn in the heart of Cape Cod. The most luxurious suites come complete with antique fourposter beds, whirlpool baths, and fireplaces. The in house spa assures you will leave relaxed and recharged.
Impressive Lutyens mansion in town centre with rooms/cottages for guests in the wonderful garden. Private and secluded stay, ideal for groups of friends or grown-up families.
This historic B&B consists of three unique buildings, each with their own charms and eccentricities. Rooms range from a converted church, complete with dazzling stain glass windows and vaulted ceilings to classic 'Cape Cod Cottage' style with clean lines and crisp white linens. Eclectic and elegant!