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The Who'd a Thought It was built during the reign of Henry VIII in the year 1545. It was originally a Thatched Farm Dwelling, forming part of a considerable farm estate. In 1740 it became a registered Ale House. In 1780 a fierce battle took place in nearby Lenham Heath between His Majesty's Dragoons and twenty Smugglers, concealing their true identity the Smugglers rested for the night at the Who'd A Thought It. When the innkeeper discovered this he never again opened his doors to strangers.
Today the Who'd A Thought It is a very individual and quite unique Sixteenth Century Champagne and Oyster House offering Luxury accommodation and a fine dining Restaurant, with picturesque gardens. It is set in the heart of the Kent Countryside, close to many interesting and alluring sites. The perfect setting for a relaxing sojourn.
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