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The Duke of Cumberland

The Duke of Cumberland is first and foremost, a traditional English Country Inn. Built in 1749 the Inn is named after the Duke of Cumberland, commander of the English Army that put down the Jacobite rebellion at the battle of Culloden in 1746. The Duke is reputed to have trained his troops in the surrounding countryside.

Situated in Barham, this is the perfect place for the weary travellers or those looking to relax in a comfortable environment with a convivial atmosphere.

All our rooms are well presented. Newly refurbished and sensitively designed to echo a bygone age they provide warm, comfortable and pleasant accommodation. Each room has an en-suite shower room and w.c.facilities. In addition each room has an LCD TV with freeview, wi-fi Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and alarm clock. No expense has been spared in ensuring that our guests enjoy the very best of facilities during their stay with us.

Residents can further enjoy access to the bar and restaurant throughout the day and evening.

Address

The Street
Barham, Canterbury
CT4 6NY