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The Croft
Canterbury Road
Kennington

Ashford
Kent

TN25 4DU | View map

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In a leafy setting on the edge of Ashford, a warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Croft.The Croft prides itself on its exceptionally friendly atmosphere, where guests are actively encouraged to make themselves at home. The lounge and bar provide a relaxing and convivial setting in which to enjoy an evening drink, while you peruse the mouth watering menu of delicious, imaginative home cooked food that is a particular speciality of La Dolce Vita - our Italian Restaurant.The 14 tastefully decorated, comfortable bedrooms are all equipped with colour television, radio, tea and coffe making facilities and Wi-Fi, some of our rooms are set within the tranquil surrounds of The Croft's two acre gardens.The Croft also has a conference room available to hire at very reasonable rates and has full audio and visual equipment.The Croft, its conference facilities, reastaurant and gardens are the perfect settings for either a comfortable stay meetings, weddings or private functions.

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