William Caxton , Tenterden

William Caxton

Situated at the end of Tenterden’s charming High Street, the historic William Caxton offers a warm welcome and a fine range of Shepherd Neame ales.

The charming, traditional pub is a perfect base from which to explore Tenterden, including the nearby Kent & East Sussex Railway.

The Grade II listed building – named after the 15th century merchant who introduced the printing press to England and was reputedly born in Tenterden – benefits from a log burning fire and beams, all adding to the image of a cosy English pub.

A walled garden at the rear is ideal for the summer months and the pub has some parking to the front, with plenty of town centre car parks close by.

Stay at the William Caxton

All of our rooms are en-suite and provide guests with a home from home, benefiting from flat screen TVs and wifi. The en-suites have high pressure showers, heated towel rails, luxury towels and complimentary toiletries. We have 3 double rooms including our premier room which boasts a king size bed and jacuzzi bath.