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St Crispin Inn
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The St Crispin Inn is a 15th century traditional pub in the small country village of Worth, not far from Deal and Dover and only a mile or so from the mediaeval cinque port of Sandwich in an area that was notorious for smugglers, who were known to frequent the Inn. The restaurant and bar offers fine food, wines and real ale. It also offers quiet B&B accommodation with free WiFi Internet access, it has a large garden and is near to excellent golf courses and fishing.

The St Crispin has seen many changes over the years but its historic character remains unchanged.

Enjoy traditional beers and continental lagers alongside tasty home cooked food for all the family. Seafood and steaks being our speciality.

We look forward to offering you a friendly welcome here at the St Crispin Inn. If it's for a weekend break, for golf, fishing or birdwatching (we offer 3 day breaks with Sandwich Bird Tours) or as a stop over for business or ferry travel we are sure you will enjoy great hospitality that has become our reputation. Enjoy good food, a great selection of good wines, or Real Ale and kegs at the pub bar. Please check out our website for the very latest information.


Ratings/Awards: English Tourism - 4 Star Guest Accommodation
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: 65
Twin: 70
Single: 50
Suite: Family 80 (extra bed 5)
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