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Type Pub B&B
From £35 per room per night
The George Hotel is situated in Ashford, rural Kent, providing the perfect base from which to explore the natural beauty of the county’s historic cities and towns, beaches and rural settings.
Dating back to the early part of the 15th century, the George Hotel is an oak beamed, traditional coach house and reputed to be Ashford’s oldest Inn.
The George Hotel currently offers a Breakfast menu and a Traditional Lunch menu. Traditional home made food served daily. Our waitress service restaurant is the perfect setting for dining with family and friends.
Our Bar area also offers a selection of cask conditioned ales , World renowned lagers and a relaxing friendly atmosphere. The Hotel also has a private 40 cover function room which can be hired for business meetings and special occasions.
Our rooms create a ‘home from home’ atmosphere offering a choice of accommodation, ranging from a single person room to our larger family room, some with en-suite facilities and all with TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
The George Hotel is close to Ashford Museum, Ashford Designer Outlet, and Willesborough Windmill. Also nearby are Ashford Golf Club and Godinton House and Gardens.
Ashford International train station is within 5 minutes walk where the High Speed rail link can whisk you into London in just 37 minutes. If your travelling by car the Euro tunnel terminal is just 10 minutes from the hotel. An ideal opportunity to visit France in just 35 mins. Or why not travel to Dover Port in just 20 minutes where Ferries to France can also be found.
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