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All reviewscrimson roomhigh streetlambhistoric hotelcoaching innbooked this hotelbreakfast was includedold buildingfour poster bedevening mealstayed for one nightpoached eggsfull englishvery pleasant staycomfortable roomssissinghurst castleheather
Stayed for one night on a business trip, arrived late but in time to hit the bar, very friendly staff and customers. Had a meal which was lovely. Rooms and building are very quirky, walls, ceilings and floors are not straight but that’s what you...More
I have eaten in the George prior to this and although the staff are polite, they seem disorganised and do not seem to be trained in customer service, we waited 35 minutes for our first drink and other customers seemed to be served while we...More
3 years ago my wife and I stayed here to start our honeymoon in Dominican Republic , so as an anniversary present my wife rebooked us in again. We had the room with a large bath in again and we had an evening meal in...More
The George is a venerable place. It's Georgian frontage conceals a medieval building that talks to you all the time.
Talks? - it's really the floor boards that creak and crackle, groan and (for those beneath) cause groans.
Queen Elizabeth was welcome to Cranbrook at...More
Stayed for three nights at this quaint little hotel which was originally an Elizabethan building. The owners have managed to retain much of the olde worlde style with its dark oak beams, open fire , high ceilings and narrow stairs. I traveled with a friend...More