Belmont House and Gardens is a Georgian house and gardens in Kent, often cited as an example of Samuel Wyatt's architecture. The main feature of Belmont House and Gardens is the stately neo-classical house, but there are also stunning gardens and an exceptional private collection of clocks to enjoy. A visit makes a great day out and whether you're searching for an economical hotel nearby or are treating yourself to a stay at a luxury five star hotel near Belmont House and Gardens, there's a large variety to choose from.
Choosing a Hotel near Belmont House and Gardens
Hotels in the area surrounding Belmont House and Gardens vary from sumptuous luxury hotels to low cost inns and B&Bs. Some great affordable options in the area include The Sun Inn and The Bowl Inn, who offer simple, clean accommodation at great rates.
If you're visiting the area as a couple, there are plenty of charming hotels near to Belmont House and Gardens. The Old Vicarage offers rooms with understated elegance, while Dadman's has a rural charm and features a picturesque garden setting in pretty rural surroundings.
Other Attractions in the Area
While Belmont House and Gardens is a popular attraction for visitors, it's worth noting all the other places of interest in the vicinity which are worth a visit when selecting your hotel. Oare Marshes Nature Reserve offers peace and quiet, while fans of a good brew will enjoy a visit to the Shepherd Neame Brewery and Visitor Centre.
Cafés, Inns and Restaurants near Your Hotel
Many hotels close to Belmont House and Gardens have their own restaurants, but it's always worth knowing that the surrounding area has many hidden culinary gems scattered around the nearby countryside. With the nearby fertile pastures providing delicious fresh produce, Kent offers some of the most delicious freshly-cooked restaurant meals in the whole of the United Kingdom.
Belmont House and Gardens offers stunning views all year round. Enjoy the attraction in the heat of summer to experience the garden blooms at their finest, or opt to visit in the colder months to enjoy the garden's quiet wintry elegance. Even if it snows, you'll be safe in the knowledge that you can warm up quickly in your cosy Kent hotel.