The Wife of Bath restaurant and rooms at 4 Upper Bridge Street, Wye, England. For excellent service, comfortable, elegant surroundings and delicious food, this establishment is highly recommended. Our friends Tracy and Alan joined us for dinner; we were all thoroughly charmed. The Wife of Bath is conveniently located near London, Canterbury, Ashford and the Kent Coast. The original expression "the Wife of Bath" came from Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
A main street featuring some thatched-roof buildings in the medieval market town of Wye, Kent. Two antiques shops featuring Arts & Crafts and English furniture, porcelain and glassware are located on this street.
Entrance gates for Wye College, the University of London.
Gothic leaded windows at the college are accented by cottage garden plants.
The stone-and-brick college of Wye.
An interior courtyard at the college.