B and Bs in West Malling

Little Quintain
Teston Road

West Malling

ME19 5NR | View map

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Little Quintain is a cottage style house offering luxury, en-suite, bed and breakfast accommodation. It is situated in the heart of the historic and picturesque village of Offham and just a short walk from the medieval public house The Kings Arms, where food, wine and fine beers are readily available. Offham is situated in the heart of the Weald of Kent, famous as the garden of England. All of its major attractions are within easy striking range such as Leeds Castle, Tonbridge Castle and shops, Canterbury Cathedral and its shopping district, Maidstone Bishops Palace with its River Medway Cruises and superb shops, Igtham Mote, Penshurst Place, Rochester Castle and Cathedral, Chatham Docks, Brands Hatch and The Hop Farm Museum and Country Park.Within a two mile radius of Offham are twelve pubs, many restaurants and a wide selection of shops at West Malling, including clothes, jewellery and antiques. There is a David Lloyd Fitness Centre at nearby Kings Hill, a public swimming pool at Larkfield Leisure Centre and golf courses at Wrotham Heath, West Malling and Kings Hill.Little Quintain offers two bedrooms, which are generously fitted with a full range of pine bedroom furniture, one with twin single beds and the other a king size double. Each has a large shower, toilet and wash basin en-suite. Colour television, central heating, beverage making facilities and internet access are provided. There is ample safe parking within the grounds. Breakfast can be "Full English" or of your choice. In the event of you requiring an early start, a pack-lunch can be supplied instead.

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