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Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Reviewed 31 October 2012

A friend and I stayed at this b&b for 2 nights in October primarily to visit Great Dixter and Sissinghurst Castle. Great Dixter a 10 minute walk and Sissinghurst approx. 30 mins by car. There are 2 b&b rooms on the top floor of this property, they are beautifully furnished in keeping with the property. The proprietor Fanny is very...

6Thank JoanneK148
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 July 2011

Fanny is a really great hostess - not too pushy but helpful and friendly when you want her to be. Delicious carrot cake and tea in the delightful garden on arrival was a bonus. The bed was super comfortable with lovely white cotton sheets - and there wasn't a bedspread or thousands of cushions to move before you got into...

5Thank Judith041
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 July 2011

We have just got back from a 2-night stay at this amazing B&B (I don't think the title B&B really does it justice!). From the moment we got there, and were given tea and fantastic homemade cake, Fanny and Vivian couldn't do enough to make us feel welcome, and were very helpful. The house itself is beautiful, our room was...

1Thank Anna_Durrance_Bagale
Reviewed 1 November 2010

A lovely welcome from Fanny & Vivenne. Pot of tea and gorgeous homemade cake, just what you need after a long journey, served in the guest sitting room. Very nice room, well fitted ensuite and comfy bed. Great power shower and molton brown toiletries. Excellent breakfast, Fanny does spoil you with the range of options. Full english breakfast and organic...

2Thank Livingforhols
Harpenden, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 October 2010

I've just returned from the most wonderful weekend away. We arrived on Friday evening somewhat road-weary, and were instantly made to feel welcome by Fanny, and invited to sit in the cozy lounge with a pot of tea and some home-made cake. Later on, after some fab food at The White Dog, we retired again to the lounge with a...

1Thank Alf_156
Reviewed 29 June 2009

Fanny and Vivien were very hospitable and it almost felt as if we were visiting friends rather than a B&B. As per other reviews, the food was great: - divine shortbread biscuits (with a couple of strawberries) and tea on arival - scrummy breakfast - lovely fresh fruit to start, tasty locally sourced ingredients for the cooked breakfast, and my...

1Thank guys75
Reviewed 20 April 2009

Gorgeous, spacious house with bags of character, located on a quiet road in the large, pretty village of Northiam close to the amazing Great Dixter Gardens & about 25 mins drive from Rye. Although Rye is gorgeous, it's much more expensive and The White Dog nearby has amazing food, plus it was such a nice drive to the coast so...

2Thank bucylailey
Reviewed 11 August 2008

Escaped from London for a weekend in the country and stayed at Wellington House. Wow, what can I say, Fanny and Vivian's hospitality was amazing. From the moment we arrived we were made to feel so welcome with a nice pot of tea and a slice of home made cake! Bedrooms are way above normal B&B standard with lovely bed...

1Thank Tori1980

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
A comfortable family home, the front early Victorian and the rear built in 17th century. Situated off the main street of Northiam, within 7 miles of Tenterden, Rye and Battle. A stones throw from Great Dixter. Two double bedrooms en suite with lots of Molton Brown goodies! Excellent quality beds ensure a good nights sleep. Freshly squeezed orange juice,fresh fruit platter,organic yogurt, cereals and full breakfast. Dinner by prior arrangement. ... more   less 

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Address: Wellington House Dixter Road, Northiam TN31 6LB, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > East Sussex > Northiam
Number of rooms: 2
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