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Pretty Maid House B & B
Trotterscliffe
Sevenoaks
Kent

TN15 7RU | View map

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Pretty Maid House is your premier bed & breakfast set in the Heart of Kent offering the very highest of standards for your stay in the Garden of England, whether it be for business or pleasure. Ideally situated for your visit to the countless Houses, Castles, Gardens, Churches and attractions that Kent has to offer, including Leeds Castle, Ightham Mote and Comp Gardens to name but a few. Pretty Maid House is easily found 1/2 mile from the M26/M20 junction 2A on the A20 between Sevenoaks and Maidstone. It is ideally situated for both touristic and corporate needs with easy access to the city by road and rail, the M25, Gatwick, Dover and the Channel Tunnel not 30 minutes away with Tonbridge, Sevenoaks and Maidstone just 10- 15 minutes by road. For the sportsman Brands Hatch racing circuit is only 6miles by road and Pretty Maid House boasts 14 Golf clubs within a 10 mile radius including the London Club just 3 miles door to door. Dining out is easy with the award winning Vineyard Restaurant next door plus 2 additional restaurants in easy walking distance and many more found within a 5 minute drive.

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Number of Rooms: 7
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