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Harrow Hill Hotel & Inn
Warren Street


ME17 2ED

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The Harrow Hill Hotel Restaurant and Bar is situated in the Kentish countryside in the tiny hamlet of Warren Street near the medieval village of Lenham. Nestled in the North Downs this guest house/inn is conveniently located just one mile off the A20 between Ashford and Maidstone. There are 10 comfortable and spacious ensuite rooms including a four poster honeymoon suite. The conservatory style restaurant offers a chance to eat at the standard one could easily expect to find in London.

' We are proud to bring to the area a true Italian dining experience with all of our dishes prepared, cooked and presented by our executive chef Eugenio brought in from Italy to bring Italy to you.'

Recently under the new management of Alison & Giovanni, their aim is to make everyone's visit, albeit for a meal, over night stay or just a drink, memorable in the true Italian way. The old bar which in part dates back to the 17th Century with an open wood burning fire provides a relaxing place to enjoy drinks. There is also the 'snug' another cosy room attached with its own open fire and comfy sofas if you can get there first !.

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Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access - limited
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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