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Inns in Charing

The Oak
5 High Street
Charing
Kent

TN27 0HU | View map
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The Oak is situated on the High Street in the historic village of Charing in the very heart of Kent. Inside you’ll find a warm atmosphere and great food with friendly and attentive service. Our principal aim is to provide a setting in which our customers feel welcome, relaxed and want to revisit time and time again. Whether you’re looking for a classic pub lunch, a more sophisticated dining experience or a social drink after work, the Oak is the perfect place to while away an hour or two. For those who wish to stay at little longer our stylish, newly refurbished rooms provide a cosy place to relax and spend the night.

The Oak has eight delightful ensuite rooms, all of which have been finished to a very high standard. The calming, natural tone of the decor accented with an occasional splash of colour creates a welcoming space in which to relax and unwind. Each room comes with a flat screen television, wireless internet and tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suites include power showers, fluffy towels and selected toiletries to make your stay as comfortable and hassle free as possible.

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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Double: From £75
Twin: £85
Single: £60
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No Smoking Rooms
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