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The Tuns at Staple House
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Staple

Canterbury
Kent

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The Tuns at Staple House is a quintessential Country House and well established licensed wedding venue dating back to 1712 with grounds of approx 3 acres, set amongst the fruit orchards and farms of rural Kent in the delightful small village of Staple , just outside Wingham, Canterbury, Kent. As a privately owned and operated Country Inn we are able to offer a greater degree of personal service for your wedding day. Our focus is on freshly prepared food sourced from local suppliers, at times direct from organic farms in our area.

We have eight en suite rooms five double, two twins and one family room; the family room has one double and one single bed. All rooms have central heating, which is controllable for each room. There is ample off road private parking for the use of guests. The rooms are situated in the coach house to rear of the Inn , this means guests can come and go freely during their stay.

Our accommodation can be booked directly online through our website.

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Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £65
Twin: £65
Single: £45
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