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The Lime Tree Hotel
8-9 The Square
Lenham

Maidstone
Kent

ME17 2PQ | View map

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Overlooking a leafy square in the heart of the oldest medieval village in Kent, this charming hotel combines modern comforts and accommodation with beautiful original features from the 14th century. The Lime Tree Hotel has been beautifully restored and sensitively renovated to create a smart, cosy and welcoming atmosphere. The historic building’s original oak beams and lovely original brickwork have been carefully preserved. The hotel offers luxurious boutique-style accommodation in the form of 9 well-appointed en suite rooms, all with modern facilities including TVs and tea/coffee making facilities.

Just off the A20 Maidstone to Ashford road, the hotel is in the heart of Kent, The Garden of England. Nearby attractions include Leeds Castle, the Museum of Kent Life and the lively nightlife of Maidstone. The centre of London is just under an hour away and the port of Dover is just 40 minutes from the hotel. The hotel is less than 12 miles (20 km) from Ashford International Railway Station, which offers Eurostar train services to continental Europe.

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Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

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