Travelled as a couple
excellent valuequiet even on the road side
Everything you want for a B&B in a holiday town. The room was compact, well-equipped and quiet , with first-floor access on a fairly-steep staircase. Very warm welcome, comfortable public rooms, an honour bar to help your evening pass-by. The location and parking were perfect, the breakfast excellent – a very happy two days in Folkestone.
Well kept guest house and great location. Room very pleasant and only negative is that only cold water in basin in room and hot would have been nice! Only there for short stay so never mentioned it as assumed it was the norm.
Travelled with family
Classic B&B, nice neighborhood
Our party of four (two rooms) stayed here just one night in March. Parking is in a gravel drive just outside the side entryway. The host was very friendly, met us upon check-in and showed us to our rooms, upstairs. Both rooms were very nice, clean and comfortable, with private baths. Breakfast is on the ground floor and was excellent. The host gave us some dinner ideas in Folkestone within a short drive. The neighborhood was very nice and quiet. I would stay here again.
Travelled with friends
Ticks all the boxes
Incredibly friendly staff who really make you feel welcome and valued. The bed was comfortable and the room was adorable. The bathroom was a bit tiny but clean (cleanliness is much more important than space). There is not a lot of parking, but at least the option is provided. The walls in our room were a bit thin as I could hear the conversation of the couple in the next room but thankfully they did eventually shut up (to be fair it was not very late at the time). If you're in the area I recommend giving this place a shot.
Short Notice Sanctuary
After having to vacate a dreadful B&B in Folkestone, the Wycliffe's lovely Sharon kindly offered me a room at VERY short notice. Having stayed here before, I was happily ensconced in a familiar room and had the same excellent facilities and good night's rest previously experienced. Having had a seriously poor experience by being booked elsewhere, the sanctuary of the Wycliffe was a true lifeline and underlined the fact that going elsewhere for B&B en-route to the Chunnel was a serious error that I will not repeat! A nice, no frills, comfortable Guest House with a charming management and an excellent breakfast menu!! Not for those who want "Big Hotel" facilities, but for ardent B&B er's, this is the place to aim for. Good value for money!!
Travelled as a couple
We stopped here on our way across the channel & very happy we did. The room was spotless, good value for money & very friendly owners. The only negative thing was the weather but overall a very positive experience. Would definitely recommend it.