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Found the Reception staff very helpful and friendly. We have used the Burstin on several occasions as a stop over before going across on the tunnel. It is quite a basic hotel in need of some refurbishment, but they do have some good entertainment in the evening.
The hotel staff were excellent and did whatever they could to help. However, the building was undergoing a major revamp of the exterior, but the interior needs to be gutted and remodeled. The furniture is past it's sell by date as is the decor. Folkestone has many hotels and this is probably among ...
Our trip was about visiting the place where our ancestors came from. Maidstone Village provided a central base from which to explore. Also it provided us with a quiet place to rest.
Most of the staff were very helpful. Saturday evening there needs to be more staff in the Restaurant and clear process as there was confusion and some disapointment. There did not appear any dessert menu or drinks menu. Food listed was not available in this case it may have been better to have displayed ...
Kent is one of England's loveliest counties, its rich and fertile landscape dotted with some of the country's most productive vineyards and home to great historic cities such as Dover and Canterbury. Its coastline has numerous popular beaches and holiday resorts, and many of the great stately homes of England can be found here because of the close proximity of the capital. Kent is commuter country too, so the road and rail links are excellent. Based in one of the superb three star hotels of Kent you'll have quick and easy access to many of the attractions which draw people to this part of the United Kingdom throughout the year.
Kent's three star hotels offer the ideal accommodation for visitors to the county who want somewhere clean and decent to stay, with a good range of facilities, but at the same time don't want to break the bank. There are plenty of things to spend your money on in Kent, from high street shopping in Royal Tunbridge Wells to theme parks like Wildwood in Herne Bay and Howletts Wild Animal Park in Bekesbourne, not to mention the castles and palaces spread across the county. You'll have good facilities such as access to a bar-lounge and other public areas and be served some of the best food in the United Kingdom. Kent has an enviable reputation for the quality of its seasonal produce, and you're guaranteed to have fresh, locally-sourced cuisine on the menu.
If you're coming to Kent on business, as a company rep or perhaps attending a conference event in one of the numerous centres spread throughout the county, you'll expect decent internet connectivity. The three star hotels in Kent's towns, villages and cities, as well as in the more rural parts of the county, provide you with an overall good quality of broadband service and enable you to keep in touch with home and office during your stay here. There are often fax and photocopying facilities also available for the travelling executive, and in your guestroom you'll have a desk with chair and lamp, so you can keep busy at all hours if that's what you want.
Kent may have some of the most attractive countryside and rural attractions in the UK, but it also has some of the best pubs and clubs, restaurants and evening entertainments on offer too. From the galleries and museums, cathedral and other historic attractions in a city like Canterbury, to the great castle at Dover and other popular sites, you'll have a wealth of dining options to choose from in the close vicinity. Based at a three star hotel in the big urban centres or in villages and towns farther afield, there's no shortage of local dining and entertainment options.
Trusted three star establishments such as the Conningbrook Hotel in Ashford and the Marine Hotel in Whitstable have excellent reputations for service and top-notch facilities, designed to enhance your enjoyment of Kent, without costing a fortune or compromising on quality.