The village of Charing is six miles along the A20 to Ashford, so convenient for the trains there and for the Channel Ports. Charing’s great claim-to-fame is a building near the church which was once a palace owned by the Archbishop of Canterbury... Read More

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The Bowl Inn

The Bowl Inn
The Bowl, situated high above Charing on top of the North Downs in a Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (ANOB), was originally built as a farmhouse in 1512, and then in1606 it became a brewhouse. ... More | visit website
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The Oak

The Oak

The Oak is situated on the High Street in the historic village of Charing in the very heart of Kent. Inside you’ll find a warm atmosphere and great food with friendly and attentive service. Our ... More | Double Room: From £75 | visit website

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Holiday Inn North A20 Ashford (1.88 miles)

Holiday Inn North A20 Ashford

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This recently refurbished, friendly hotel with spacious accommodation rests in a peaceful country location. The hotel is easily accessible and convenient for the Eurostar, Eurotunnel and the Channel ports of Dover and ... More
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Premier Inn Ashford North (2.15 miles)

Premier Inn Ashford North
Located 4 miles (6.4 km) from Eurostar Ashford, this Premier Inn is northwest of Ashford town centre and has an on-site Beefeater restaurant. A convenient place to stay, Premier Inn Ashford North is near to the ... More | visit website
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Harrow Hill Hotel & Inn (2.49 miles)

Harrow Hill Hotel & Inn

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The Harrow Hill Hotel Restaurant and Bar is situated in the Kentish countryside in the tiny hamlet of Warren Street near the medieval village of Lenham. Nestled in ... More

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Elvey Farm (3.36 miles)

Elvey Farm

Everyone who's been here remembers the first time they saw Elvey Farm. It's at the end of a twisting, winding little lane, nestled amongst 75 acres of farmland. As far as the eye can see, ... More | visit website

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Dog & Bear Hotel (3.54 miles)

Dog & Bear Hotel

You'll find the Dog & Bear, a traditional coaching inn built in 1602, facing Lenham's picturesque village square. A stylish village pub with the never changing atmosphere of warmth & hospitality.How often during the routine pressure ... More | visit website

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Frith Farm House (3.66 miles)

Frith Farm House

Blossom, [sleep 2/4] Cherry [sleep 2/4] and Damson Cottages [sleep 2/7] are located in a newly converted Kentish Barn. The luxurious finish takes self-catering to a new height of perfection. The cream Shaker style kitchens ... More | visit website

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Woodland B&B (3.90 miles)

Woodland B&B

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Set in woodland there are wild flowers of primrose Blue bells Fox glove and array of bird life with resident bunnies on the lawn. In easy reach of Ashford International ... More

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Chilston Park (3.94 miles)

Chilston Park

As the long sweeping drive at Chilston Park carries you through the verdant parkland towards the lake and to the front door of the house, it transports you to a place that's a world apart ... More | visit website

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Dering Arms (4.17 miles)

Dering Arms
The Dering Arms is a seafood restaurant situated with a guest house offering two ensuite rooms and one standard room with a shared bathroom. It is a an old hunting lodge and is now the ... More | visit website
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Eastwell Manor (4.27 miles)

Eastwell Manor
"Breathtakingly Beautiful: Eastwell Manor in the Garden of England."

Situated within a parkland of 3,000 acres and amidst 62 acres of its own well-tended gardens and natural woodland, enjoying seclusion and tranquility lies Eastwell Manor. ... More | visit website

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