The main roads leading towards Hythe are the M20, which runs from the M25 via Maidstone and on to Ashford, and the A20 to Hythe. Exit the M20 at Junction 11, and follow the signs for Hythe. An alternate route would be to travel from the Brighton direction via Hastings, Winchelsea and Rye on the A259 along the scenic coast route. Coming from the Dover direction, travel along the A20, passing through Folkestone, joining the A259 onto Hythe.
The nearest train station to Hythe is Sandling which is a short bus ride away. Fare and timetable information is available from South East Trains, tel. +44 (0)8457 484 950.
- Vinodhon Tandoori Restaurant, 74 High Street, Hythe. +44 (0)1303 265 834. Opening Hours: 12.00 - 2.30pm Lunchtime, 6pm - 11.30pm Evening. Closed Friday Lunchtime. Fully Licensed and Air Conditioned Indian restaurant. A Take Away Menu is available, offering 15% discount on all orders over £10. A good selection of dishes on the menu.
- The Kings Head - 117 High St. 01303 266283
- The Fountain Inn - 171 Seabrook Road. 01303 239024
- The Globe Inn - 6 High St. 01303 266052
- The Hythe Imperial - Prince's Parade, CT21 6AQ. Tel: +44 (0) 1303 267 441
- The Swan Hotel - 59 High Street, CT21 4AJ. Tel: +44 (0) 1303 266 311
- The White Hart Hotel - 71 High Street, CT21 4AJ. Tel: +44 (0) 1303 263 121
- The Red Lion Hotel - Red Lion Square, CT21 5AU. Tel: +44 (0) 1303 266 686
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