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Welcome to The White Horse Inn

Address: The Street, Boughton-under-Blean, Faversham, ME13 9AL

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Situated 6.3 miles from Canterbury and surrounded by beautiful countryside, The White Horse Inn offers free parking and easy access to the evocative Sissinghurst Castle Garden, 25 miles away. The stunning Canterbury Cathedral, which attracts visitors from around the world, is only 15 minutes’ drive away. The rooms feature an en suite bathroom, free Wi-Fi, and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms feature interconnecting rooms. The White Horse is within 15 miles from both the seaside town of Herne Bay and the Isle of Sheppey. The quirky Druidstone Park, set in attractive gardens and woodland 4 miles away, offers beautiful picnic spots and walks. Boughton Golf Course is 5 minutes’ drive away.

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Belmont House - Historical Houses

Belmont House - Historical Houses

Distance 4.56 miles (7.3 km)
The unique Georgian house of Belmont, set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by classical English country parkland, commands stunning views of the rolling Kent countryside. It is a completely unspoilt and distinctive example of the work of architect Samuel Wyatt. Whilst the house and gardens evolved over the years, it remained the seat of successive Lords Harris from 1801 until the Sixth Lord's death in 1995. The Harris family played a significant role in British expansion overseas during the 19th century. Belmont contains fabulous mementoes of the family's history and travels - fine paintings, furniture, Indian silverware and the finest collection of clocks in private hands in the country; a collection assembled by the 5th Lord.

Canterbury Centre - Town Centre

Canterbury Centre - Town Centre

Distance 5.79 miles (9.27 km)
Canterbury Cathedral dominates the narrow streets and ancient buildings of Canterbury. Parts of the city are still enclosed by the medieval city walls which remain along with the castle keep. Settlement here predates the Roman invasion. One of the sights of Canterbury is the well-preserved Roman pavement in the longmarket shopping precinct. The most famous historical event which took place here was the murder of Thomas Beckett in 1170 by the knights of Henry II. Beckett's shrine was destroyed during the reign of Henry VIII but many tombs still remain such as those of Edward the Black Prince and Henry IV. Other places to see include St Martin's Church said to be the oldest church in England and St Augustine's Abbey.

Canterbury Christ Church University - Canterbury Campus - University

Canterbury Christ Church University - Canterbury Campus - University

Distance 6.27 miles (10.03 km)
The Canterbury Christ Church University was established in 1962 and has around 15,000 students. The University is located at Kent, United Kingdom and operates out of seven campuses. University is divided into five faculties which are the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Faculty of Business and Management, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Health and Social Care and Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences. Programs are offered in the fields of art, English and language studies, history and American studies, media, music, theology and religious studies, business and management.