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Places

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Bell Inn

Set in the heart of the beautiful Romney Marsh, this mellow tile-hung inn of 1546 is neatly located next to St George's Church and is sometimes known as the `Stained Glass Windows' because of this proximity. The pub has not always been as cosy as it is today. The owlers and smugglers would give a hostile welcome to strangers drinking there - not surprising considering the nearby church was blatantly used as a warehouse for contraband. The Bell offers a wealth of good food and well kept beers, Mark and Vanda welcome you to their home. The Bell Inn has won CAMRA's Pub of the Year for the Ashford, Folkestone & Romney Marsh in 2016, 2013, 2011 and 2010, plus they were runners up in 2012

Ivychurch Parish

Ivychurch village is located three miles north-west of New Romney. The parish is huge and spreads across the Marsh to the boundary between Kent and East Sussex, with only 50% of whom live in Ivychurch village. The Parish Clerk is Julie Devenish, who can be contacted via the website below.

Olde Moat House

The Olde Moat House, dating from 1460, is a 5 star (AA) bed and breakfast nestled in the tranquil setting of Romney Marsh. The house stands in 3.5 acres of gardens and paddock and is surrounded by its own moat.