Who'd A Thought ItHeadcorn Road
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Set in the heart of the Kent countryside and built during reign of Henry VIII in 1545 this was originally a thatched house. It became an ale house in 1740. Strongly features champagne and oysters. It has a separate restaurant that strongly features champagne and oysters. A choice of several contemporary or traditional letting rooms some with four-poster beds and a Jacuzzi.