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Would have been a fantastic stay if it wasnt for the rude, obnoxious manager called Tigger. He dampened the whole thing and when we paid a lot of money for my partners birthday its very upsetting and annoying. His language was foul, his attitude was disgusting and he was just rude. He kept bringing ...
We wanted to visit the Rye area and found this lovely B&B online. The accommodation was excellent with an English tradional theme including Lavander shortbread in the room and Molten Brown products in the bathroom. Jill, the host, was welcoming and helpful, and provided a sumptuous breakfast. The ...
Very pretty vicarage overlooking church on outskirts of village. Very friendly hosts. Lovely room and guests lounge. Breakfasts perfect. Great situation for exploring North Kent Coast. Good restaurants in vicinity and very helpful advice from hosts on where to go to eat and visit.
Staff lovely and very helpful if a bit busy. Relaxing area to sit and read inside near the bar. Not quite enough spaces for us to sit outside as it was a sunny day and we would have preferred to sit outside.
Comfortable, clean. A little difficult to find reception but not impossible. No television, which is absolutely not a problem for me, just mentioning it for others. Did just what I wanted at a reasonable price, and is very handy for a short drive into Canterbury itself. Breakfast started to late ...
The reasons why Kent is popularly known as the Garden of England lie all around you when you visit this beautiful county, in its rich soils, mild climate and gently rolling farmland. The numerous vineyards and orchards bear witness to Kent's remarkable fertility, and in the county's restaurants you can enjoy some of the best seasonal produce available anywhere in the United Kingdom. Make your visit that bit extra special and stay at a five star hotel in Kent if you're planning a trip here.
With Kent destinations like Royal Tunbridge Wells renowned for the quality of their high street, and high-end, shopping opportunities, from your Kent five star hotel you'll be able to enjoy some of the best designer and boutique shopping in the country. With Kent also justly famous for its fresh local produce, the dining is second to none and you can enjoy seasonal delights straight from the rich Kent soil at innumerable smart restaurants in the cities and towns as well as all over the countryside here. Slow cooking is standard at all the top dining venues in Kent, to bring out all the flavours of the produce. Many of the best wines you'll be served with your meals will also be local.
Kent has a great choice of elegant and downright grand five star hotels on offer, and in them you'll be treated like a real VIP and get to enjoy some amazing boutique and designer products, as well as absolutely top drawer services. You'll find superb five star hotels in the big cities like Dover and Canterbury, but also out in the countryside and in more rural towns such as Royal Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone, Hythe and Deal. There are excellent shopping and dining opportunities at all these locales too, and a plenitude of popular attractions such as Hever Castle and Gardens, Canterbury and Rochester Cathedral, and numerous formal gardens and parks. There is never any shortage of brilliant things to see and do in the county, and based in a five star hotel in Kent you'll have them all practically at your fingertips.
Five star hotels in Kent such as The Old Vicarage in Sittingbourne, The Marquis at Alkham in Dover and Solley Farm House in Deal offer guests a fabulously refined level of service and access to first-rate facilities. At five star establishments such as Danehurst House in Royal Tunbridge Wells guests have free WiFi access and DVD music centre equipment in the guestrooms, and the hotel is close to a good golf course. The smaller size of such hotels, which typically have around 10 guestrooms or less, allows the management to provide guests with a higher level of individualised attention and make them feel particularly at home. The cuisine is of the highest standard, and the staff highly trained and frequently multilingual, especially in the Kent five star hotels in and around popular destinations such as Canterbury and Dover.