History, character and distinctive food and drink combine to make the New Flying Horse one of the most delightful pubs in Wye. Once you've sampled the delicious local produce, great Sunday roasts and authentic Kentish ales, you simply won't want to leave – and thanks to beautiful guest rooms, you won't have to. Picturesque inside and out, the pub boasts nine charmingly renovated guest rooms and an enviable countryside location - the perfect base for a weekend in Kent. The New Flying Horse is well located for exploring the cathedral city of Canterbury, walking on the Downs or enjoying a restful stop-over to and from the continent. But one of the star local attractions is right on the doorstep… The New Flying Horse offers brasserie-style lunchtime dining and a full restaurant menu, including locally-caught fish specials from the Kent coast. You can enjoy a light lunch in the award-winning garden, or settle down for a real feast in the relaxed restaurant – choosing from an array of dishes crafted from fresh seasonal produce. The New Flying Horse has been extensively refurbished to offer the highest standards of accommodation – yet the building has retained every bit of its original character and charm. There are nine individually-decorated bedrooms, some in the 17th century posting house and others in the converted coach house. All combine beautiful traditional features with modern conveniences. There are plenty of pubs in Kent with gardens – but none quite like the New Flying Horse. Part of the large garden is an authentic recreation of a Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner - Julian Dowle’s successful design "A Soldier's Dream of Blighty". The Chelsea Pensioners' Garden was created for the 2005 Chelsea Flower Show, with input from the Chelsea Pensioners themselves, and includes a Dig for Victory vegetable garden, a pond, a field of poppies and a miniature traditional English pub. A visual treat, it is one of the best place in Wye to eat, drink and relax in the summer sun.