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We are champions of traditional market towns and communities which is evident when you see where we have opened our first outlets. We are always interested in exploring new destinations so if you would like to see The Hungry Guest near you then please let us know.
We can’t open everywhere but we will definitely consider all your suggestions.
Steeped in history and culture, the town has an international reputation as a leading antiques centre with over 30 antique shops dotted in and around the town, a bustling high street of independent stores and several popular visitor attractions. The National Trust Petworth House is located in the town centre and Petworth Park is the perfect place to relax and spend the day with a lovely picnic from The Hungry Guest on a sunny day.
The town itself is extremely easy to find and very accessible, being on the crossroads of two main A-roads, the A272 and A285. On arrival in Petworth follow the signs on the one-way system for the car park. There’s one main car park in the town and it’s extremely cheap to park (usually free or at most £2.00 for the day).
For further information on Petworth visit www.discoverpetworth.org
The Hungry Guest Shop, voted one of the top 100 shops outside London by Vogue Magazine, is on the corner of Middle Street. To find us, head for the main square from the car park. At the square, turn right up the narrow road called High Street and about 50 yards up the hill. Our dedicated butchers shop can be found at the entrance to the main car park in the town.
The Hungry Guest Café is at the top of the square at the beginning of the cobbled Lombard Street, opposite the Post Office. If you get lost just ask any of the local shop owners. They’ll be happy to point you in the right direction!
This vibrant and contemporary town teams up a rich past with a beautiful mix of old and new architecture with an abundance of shops and eateries, while it’s monthly Farmers’ Market draw the crowds.
West Malling boasts many historic buildings, including St Leonard’s Tower, built by Bishop Gundulf c.1080, also known for building the White Tower in the Tower of London. A community of Benedictine nuns, who have made Malling Abbey their home since 1916. Other highlights include the striking, Tudor, Abbey Gatehouse, an unusual, Georgian waterfall called The Cascades, and the magnificent, Queen Anne Went House.
The Hungry Guest, West Malling is situated in the heart of the town right on the High Street so you can’t miss us!
For further details on West Malling and Kent visit www.visitkent.co.uk
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