Hotels in Kent – A Complete Guide

You’ll never be stuck for a place to stay in the Garden of England, as there are hundreds of Hotels in Kent to choose from. If it’s luxury you’re after, you could live like a lord in The Spa Hotel, Tunbridge Wells, a regal 18th century mansion with superb health club facilities and a Chandelier restaurant. It’s also fully licensed for weddings and civil partnership ceremonies, if you’re thinking of popping the question!

Another Kent Hotel fit for a king is Starborough Manor, Edenbridge, overlooking a moated castle and offering superb 5-star country house accommodation, which has its own alluring manor grounds and scored itself some TV coverage on BBC’s Great British Railway Journeys.

Luxury is all well and good, but affordable luxury is even better, so Kent Hotel bargain hunters will be amply pleased with the Ramada Hotel Dover, offering 4-star hotel accommodation by the coast from just A�62 per night.
Other budget-friendly Hotels in Kent include the Holiday Inn Express in Folkestone (the closest hotel to Eurotunnel, if a romantic sojourn to Paris is on the cards) and ABode Hotel in Canterbury (with rooms at just A�42 pp, it’s perfect for day-trippers who wish to visit the glorious Canterbury Cathedral).

If flying visits appeal to you, there are also many bed & breakfast hotels in Kent, along with guest houses and suites, and none are more plush than Margate’s Georgian town house and boutique B&B, The Reading Rooms, which has won plaudits from The Guardian’s travel section.

You may also be dazzled by the semi-rural charm of such B&B spots as Orchard Cottage, Rochester, an ideal springboard to Rochester Castle or The Historic Dockyard in Chatham.

On the other hand, if you yearn for a sense of history but with added peace and quiet, Ashford’s Eastwell Manor Hotel is a Hotel in Kent par excellence, as it was built in the mid-1500s and was once leased by Prince Alfred (son of Queen Victoria).

Conclusion

As you can see, you’re really spoilt for choice for Kent Hotels – as well as that there is an amazing amount of things to do in Kent from castles and river boat tours to hot air balloon and helicopter rides. And as if that is not enough Kent has a fantastic selection of restaurants too making your stay truly unique. if money were no object, there’s enough to have hundreds of unforgettable holidays, so happy hunting!

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