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Inns in Maidstone

Black Horse Inn
Pilgrims Way
Thurnham

Maidstone
Kent

ME14 3LD | View map
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Tucked beneath the steep face of the North Downs on the Pilgrims Way at Thurnham near Maidstone in Kent is a homely and welcoming Inn adorned with hops and beams with an open log fireplace to welcome you in winter. Our chefs pride themselves on using the best local & homegrown produce to give you an exciting range of mouth-watering English and Continental dishes.

Walk across to the gravelled courtyard with pond and fountain to view our accommodation annexe which houses 16 beautiful en-suite bed and breakfast rooms. For the comfort of all our guests all rooms are non-smoking and have WI-FI Internet access, TV, DVD player, Radio/alarm, Complimentary mineral water, Tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and Complimentary morning newspapers in the breakfast room. The restaurant offers full lunch, afternoon snack and dinner. Booking is advisable.

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