As you might imagine Kent has some pretty amazing hotels mostly due to it being so close to Greater London and of course the South East coast. There are many great places to stay here and while I obviously haven’t stayed in all of them I have stayed in more than enough to justify making this list that is based on my own personal experience and little more…
Orsett Hall Hotel, Orsett, Grays – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This classic style countryside hotel offers spacious, polished rooms with free Wi-Fi, plus you get access to both a gym and a spa. The inside is amazing, but the outside is also pretty spectacular with the hotel being surrounded by 12 acres of landscaped gardens. If you plan to visit Orsett Golf Course do consider staying here.
Chilston Park Hotel, Sandway, Maidstone – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
With its individually designed rooms (some of which are beamed and featuring 4-poster beds) this 17th-century manor and adjacent mews is set in 22 acres of beautiful parkland and is in a great location for anyone planning on visiting Maidstone.
Alexander House Hotel, Turners Hill, East Grinstead – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
With its post rooms and suites, this grand manor house and its 120 acres of grounds offer all you need for a great weekend away. It has its own spa, swimming pool, tennis court & some pretty fancy fine dining.
The George in Rye, High Street, Rye – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This 16th-century hotel has a rustic, but also classy feel to it. There is also a grill restaurant that has rave reviews, but it wasn’t for me because of its central location to all the other amazing restaurants on Rye’s High Street.
Ashford International Hotel, Simone Weil Avenue, Ashford – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
With its contemporary rooms and extensive meeting space, this hotel has a distinctively business use feel, but it also has a chic spa, pool and free parking which makes it perfect for those going on the Eurostar train due to its station being just 1.7 miles away.
Hempstead House Hotel, Bapchild, Sittingbourne – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Set in 4 acres of landscaped gardens this upscale hotel has its own spa and an indoor pool. With some very smart looking rooms, it offers a great nights sleep and some pretty amazing food from its Anglo-French restaurant.
Frasers, Barham’s Mill Road, Egerton – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Set within an actual working farm this luxurious bed-and-breakfast features some beautiful rustic-chic rooms that make you feel right at home. As I said, it is set on a WORKING farm, so do expect some farmyard smells at certain times of the year.
Broome Park Hotel, Canterbury Road, Canterbury – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
These wonderful contemporary hotel cottages (with fully fitted kitchens) are all located within the grounds of a Jacobean mansion with some beautiful woodland views. If you plan to visit Canterbury Cathedral or Dover Castle this could be the perfect place to stay.
Who’d A Thought It, Grafty Green, Maidstone – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
It might have an odd name, but this lavish boutique hotel is surprisingly luxurious and offers champagne with its fine dining, plus the use of a patio. It was once a 16th-century pub but is now something much more and well worth a stay.
The Pig – at Bridge Place, Bridge, Canterbury – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
It might be called the Pig, but this is no pig in mud that is for sure. It is a rustic-chic looking hotel that offers some really polished accommodation. then on top of all that, there is also some sophisticated dining & spa treatments to enjoy. A nights stay here and you really will be as happy as a pig in mud!