Camden Arms Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamden Arms Hotel Pembury
We stayed in the Camden Arms Hotel in August 2011 and had an amazing time. The room was beautiful with exquisite furniture. The food was delicious and served by ever friendly staff. The garden was really nice & relaxing.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
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