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My husband and I have just enjoyed a lovely quiet and restful weekend at this charming hotel. We had a room in 5he Manor over looking the lake. Our bed was very comfortable, the food was excellent, staff friendly and could do more for us. We have booked to return.
Chilston Park Hotel£70Chilston Park Hotel£70
We stayed in a beautiful room called Amelia. I was worried about the noise of the traffic being situated on the high street but this didn't affect our sleep. Two slight criticisms are the lack of parking and the breakfast provided wasn't to the same standard as the room. My egg and bacon were both ...
No.64 at the Joiners£96No.64 at the Joiners£96
This hotel is so quaint and charming. Location is perfect. It is a bit noisy due to the hotels position on the high street and windows are a bit draughty however this didn't impact on a cost good night sleep. The breakfast was lovely and the manager was so friendly and pleasant and couldn't do enough ...
Sun Hotel£100Sun Hotel£100
The hotel is dedicated to being an authentic Victorian style hotel, transporting the customer to the Victorian era. This is a traditional British hotel in all it's glory.
The Victorian B&B£100The Victorian B&B£100
For the price, this hotel is a little bit of luxury. Staff were very friendly. Shame there is no private parking. If you arrive late, finding a space may be difficult.
View Hotel Folkestone£50View Hotel Folkestone£50
It's hardly surprising that so many visitors arrive in Kent each year, intent on enjoying the wonderfully varied landscapes and coastlines, the county's rich heritage and some of the loveliest castles and monuments in the United Kingdom. Whether you choose to base yourself in a large town like Dover or Folkstone, or prefer a more quiet rural setting, you may find that a boutique hotel in Kent suits you perfectly. These top-end establishments are often innovatively designed or historic residences, and have a range of select services and facilities not typically found in the bigger hotels.
One of the most appealing things about staying at a boutique hotel in Kent is that there will be significantly fewer guestrooms than in the larger establishments. In fact there may only be just a handful of them, meaning that you'll enjoy a much more tailored and personalised level of service. There is also a greater attention to the finer details in Kent boutique hotels; with for example original works of art gracing the guestrooms and bathrooms with designer toiletries provided. It is, after all, the little things that make all the difference to a holiday of any kind! In the historic hotels you'll also have the benefit of original features in many cases, which only adds charm to the visit.
The importance of individualised services and tailored provision in boutique hotels cannot be overstated. This is what guests come to such hotels for, and in boutique residences such as Hempstead House Hotel in Sittingbourne and Chilston Park Hotel in Maidstone you'll be treated to all the niceties and an elevated level of service throughout.
Boutique hotels can actually compare favourably in price when you consider all the added benefits and personal touches. Massage and fitness centres are quite common, and at a good boutique hotel in Kent you'll have easy access to all the local attractions via excellent transport links. It's worth considering such advantages when you're deciding whether to splash out a bit for that special break in the Garden of England.