Good hotel, spoilt by dreadful fruit juices, just coloured water. The coffee is no better. We have been staying here for over 10 years as it is the closest to my Daughter's, and it has not improved in all that time. Ellen in charge of restaurant is lovely, pity about the above. Also I wish they had a reward system for frequent visitors to the hotel.
My first impression was of up to date modern hotel , however although I had a booking reference number , the hotel did not have one . After various phone calls and 35 minutes waiting about , finally we were given a room . Aside of the booking in problem our stay was great , room very good clean and comfortable , food extremely good . I must mention Patick on reception , he was polite , professional and did everthing he could to resolve the booking issue , well done to him , due to him our stay was memorable and not the disaster it could have been .
We had a lovely chilled out break. Some very nice restaurants nearby but the walk home was difficult in the dark, although definitely worth the walk. The hotel facilities were good. Breakfast was very nice although a little expensive. The hotel surroundings were perfect. I would recommend this hotel
A comfortable room, lovely staff and the food good. The restaurant room used in the evening was a bit small and airless though. It may only have been used that evening as there was a wedding reception taking place.
Traveller from Basingstoke
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Very nice place. Room and decor lovely althtough bath plug let water out which was a bit disappointing. Facilties good. Pub very nice. Room information stated breafast was served until 10am but when we arrived downstairs at 9.25am we were told that breakfast had finished and that if they had known we wanted breakfast they would have done it for us, apparently we should have been asked when we checked in - we werent, and the information in the room didnt tell us that we had to book breakfast either. Nevertheless we were given a couple of recommendations for elsewhere and had a great breakfast at the Fancy Goat.
Straddling the River Medway, Maidstone was once the agricultural hub of Kent and is now known for its annual flower show, held in July. Visitors can hike, horse ride, or golf in the historic Mote Park, which is within walking distance of the town centre. Families can enjoy Kent Life, a charming farm attraction, with adventure activities, farm animals, and a collection of heritage gardens on offer.
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