The Red Lion Inn, Wingham
  • Canterbury Road
    CT3 1BB
The Red Lion Inn Hotel offers comfortable contemporary accommodation within historic 13th Century surroundings. The hotel is located in the beautiful village of Wingham just 5 miles from Canterbury.

The Red Lion Inn


Wingham, Canterbury


The Red Lion Inn is a 13th Century Hotel offering comfortable accommodation, located in Wingham, just 5 miles from Canterbury.

Wingham is a beautiful Kentish village steeped in history. The name is derived from the Saxon word 'Wigingham', meaning 'village of the people of Wigga'.

Mentioned in the Doomsday Book as one of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Manors, The Red Lion Inn Hotel is an ideal base from which to explore Canterbury, the Kentish countryside and its historic towns. It lies between Canterbury and Sandwich with easy access to Dover and the Channel Tunnel.

Between 1703 and 1886 regular meetings of Court of The Petty Sessions were held in one of the hotel guest rooms now referred to as the "Magistrates Room"

Click here for more historic facts about this wonderful Hotel.

The Hotel accommodation consists of 4 en-suite rooms with free view TV, radio / alarm and tea and coffee making facilities. Free wi-fi connection is also available.

  • En-suite Rooms (en-suite shower & toilet) single £50 twin/double £75, B&B
  • Magistrates Room (en-suite bathroom & toilet) single £60 twin/double £85, B&B
  • Hawarden Suite (en-suite bathroom & toilet) single £60 twin/double £85, B&B

Prices include full English Breakfast.



Please note that pets are not allowed and the accommodation is not suitable for children.



For Hotel reservations call The Red Lion Inn

Canterbury (01227) 389569

or send an email by clicking on send email in the contact details section at the right hand top of this page

Please mention thebestof canterbury when calling.

Latest Reviews

This is a lovely old pub in an historic village. The food in the restaurant is exceptionlly good value, great, fresh whitebait and mediterranean pasta.
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