The Pilgrims Rest is a sympathetically renovated, Grade II listed, late 16th-early 17th century building, now housing a lounge area, a dining room and 6 en suite bedrooms.
The Pilgrims rest has a rich and fascinating history. In the early 19th century, the building was home to a farrier, whose forge stood next door. As recently as the early 1900s, part of the building was a butcher’s.
The property has been carefully restored and sensitively refurbished. En suite rooms include tea/coffee making facilities and flat-screen TVs with Freeview digital channels. Each room also has a work desk and ironing facilities are available and there is also a free Wi-Fi zone.
In the centre of Littlebourne, on the A257 main road, only 6.5 km south of Canterbury, the Pilgrims Rest also offers free private parking.