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Wales, UK
Reviewed 6 April 2009

I had booked Crockshard Farmhouse B&B to stay over after a wedding because of its convenient location, and a few days before the trip I stumbled across the reviews on this site and began to get worried. However, there wasn't time to find another place to stay, so we duly pitched up, somewhat apprehensively. However, I was pleasantly surprised when...

2Thank Welsh_2009
West London
Reviewed 29 December 2008

Lots of character, warm, friendly owner, some of the beds are worn out, only found one bathroom which was invariably occupied when required, cooked breakfast uninspiring, torch useful to get from guest parking area to house. If you like farmhouse accommodation it is certainly worth one night for the experience.

2Thank EdBlackadder
Reviewed 27 September 2007

On arrival we were taken though a large cold utility room, along a narrow passage passing an area where all the family junk was kept. We were told to go up a steep and narrow, makeshift staicase with a filthy carpet, there was no banister until halfway up and was quite dangerous. The room which my husband and I were...

5Thank Knowsleysan
Reviewed 16 September 2007

This was a last minute booking by my wife who had not done the usual 'TripAdvisor' check. What a mistake!! The location is great for the ports and Canterbury. BUT,the family room was terrible,the linen looks like something that you save for the dogs bed. The bathroom had no hot water and the shower was there in name only. There...

4Thank RicheHereford
Reviewed 2 September 2007

Will definitely be consulting your website in future before booking accommodation so we can avoid making a mistake like staying at this place. Words fail me as to how horrible it was (the other reviews have covered everything), but, because we were hundreds of miles from home and travelling from Dover the next day, some of our party stayed and...

4Thank John123Scotland
Kent, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 July 2007

I too wish I had read the reviews first. Here is our list of horrors: The pillows stank, as did the towels, one bed was lopsided (by about 3 inches!), the matresses were about 2 inches thin, decades old and smelly, placed on a chipboard, we had to share a bathroom with at least 4 others, there was only a...

2Thank DevonBaldo
Reviewed 4 July 2007

I wish I had checked trip advisor first, but we had left it to the last minute and there was no other accomodation in the area available. What can I say, no warm welcome, in fact decidedly unfriendly, the whole house had a stale odour, the bathroom was shared with the world and his dog and showed how much traffic...

5Thank MILLIE111
Reviewed 14 May 2007

It hasn't got any better since the last reviewer. We stayed there because we had no where else to go, with all other B & Bs, inns etc being fully booked. The owners are unfriendly. The room was cold and damp. The bathroom had no hot water at the sink and the shower was the most pathetic drizzle of almost...

4Thank dignitywriter
Reviewed 27 November 2006

Probably the worst Bed and Breakfast in England. Horrid breakfast, dirty and untidy rooms. Unfriendly people, and utterly forgetable. A disgrace.

5Thank dogtanyanh
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 25 October 2006

The web site indicates warm welcome! No such luck. Not only was there no soap in the bathrooms, the room was cold and unclean. Breakfast was very poor, tinned tomatoes, cold bacon, and undrinkable teas, and no juices. Luckly I am British, otherwise I would have been ashamed at such a dire excuse for a bed and breakfast.

9Thank undercoverelephant

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Address: Crockshard Farm House Crockshard Hill, Wingham, Canterbury CT3 1NY, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Kent > Canterbury > Wingham
Number of rooms: 7
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