Address: High Street, Charing, United Kingdom
Nestled at the foot of the North Downs, in the heart of the historic village of Charing, this charming guesthouse offers 8 stylish, newly refurbished bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. Boasting fast and efficient access to the M20 and A20, The Oak is set in the Ashford district of Kent. It is also within easy reach of the Channel Tunnel and Dover ferry port, making it the perfect stop-off for those travelling to and from the continent. The Oak provides an inviting bar and restaurant with a warm and relaxed atmosphere in which you can enjoy great food, freshly prepared using local produce.
Charing’s church is said to contain the stone on which John the Baptist was beheaded. The village also houses the Archbishop's Palace, which lies by the church and is said to have been visited by Henry VIII. For the last 300 years it has been used as a farmhouse. The village also houses several pubs and restaurants.
Charing railway station is located on the line between Maidstone and Ashford.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Restaurant|
|• Pets Allowed||• Bar|
|• Non-Smoking Rooms||• Free Parking|
|• Internet Services||• Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN|
|• Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included|
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