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Inns in Orpington

Mary Rose Inn
36-50 High Street St
Mary Cray

Orpington
Kent

BR5 3NJ | View map
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In the heart of this ancient village, close to the M20 and M25, this charming 16th century property has been recently renovated and now offers comfortable accommodation at great-value rates. The hotel offers a full English breakfast from Monday to Friday, with a continental buffet breakfast available at weekends and on public holidays. The building’s original structure has been extended and the hotel now offers comfortable accommodation with modern comforts and facilities, while retaining its original charm. The traditional courtyard has a medieval-style minstrel’s gallery. There are 40 rooms, including single, double, triple and family rooms. There are also 2 VIP suites, both with traditional 4-poster beds. The convenient location and good access to the area’s main roads make the hotel a great base for business travellers and tourists alike. There is a frequent railway service from St Mary Cray’s mainline station, taking just 25 minutes to Victoria in the heart of London.

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