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Detling Coach House
Scragged Oak Road
Detling

Maidstone
Kent

ME14 3HB | View map
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Detling Coach house is an old converted property set in a quiet, secure location. We are set on the stunning Kent's North Downs Way yet situated between M2 junction 5 and M20 junction 7, just off the A249. Our close proximity to many local attractions makes us perfect for touring around the county. 60 MINUTES FROM DOVER

We are opposite Kent County Showground and Leeds Castle is approximately 10 minutes down the road from us. Business or pleasure, all guests are well catered for. Full English Breakfast offered with our own free-range eggs.

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Nearest Train Station: Bearsted
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Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: From £55
Twin: From £55
Single: £39
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
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