Hotels near Chiddingstone Castle
Hever Castle B&B
Edenbridge - 1.3 miles away
You can enjoy exclusive access to the grounds of Anne Boleyn's childhood home once the crowds have gone home when you stay in this ‘wonderful B&B for history lovers’, housed in the adjacent ‘Tudor village'.
The Mount Edgcumbe
Tunbridge Wells - 6 miles away
‘Despite a wild and rural backdrop’ of ‘a tall sandstone ridge, surrounded by mature trees’, this pub-with-rooms is just a stroll from the town centre.
East Grinstead - 11 miles away
Deep in the Sussex countryside, a romantic Elizabethan manor house, built by an ironmaster for his bride, stands amid 1,000 acres of historically important gardens, pleasure grounds and woodland.
The Cat Inn - 15% Discount Two Night Stay Special Offer
West Hoathly - 11 miles away
‘Fabulous as ever’, this 16th-century, timber-frame and tile-clad pub-with-rooms has everything you could look for in a village local and makes a good base for exploring the South Downs national park.
East Hoathly - 18 miles away
It is more than thirty years since Sarah Burgoyne first welcomed guests to her Georgian manor house, ‘in enchanting gardens and grounds’, where ‘deer roam at dawn and birdsong is guaranteed’.
The Queen’s Inn
Hawkhurst - 19 miles away
Old-meets-new in this revived 16th-century coaching inn with a large front patio, in a historic Wealden village.
Sissinghurst Castle Farmhouse
Cranbrook - 20 miles away
A Victorian house on the Sissinghurst estate is home to this 'good-value B&B in a perfect location’ for a visit the iconic English gardens laid out in the 1930s by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson.
Hotels not in the Guide that you may want to consider
Hotels near Chiddingstone Castle
Sevenoaks - 6 miles away
Fifteen mimutes’ walk from the centre of Sevenoaks, Sarah and Ian Stockbridge’s extended brick-built house has self-contained B&B accommodation with spacious bedrooms and a sitting room for guests to share. One room at the front overlooks woodland and Knole Park (NT) where the occasional deer can be glimpsed; another has views over the south-facing garden. The thoughtful hosts provide tea and cake on arrival. For breakfast, cereals, seasonal fruit and yogurt are followed by a full English and served in the dining area of the sitting room, which has glass doors opening onto a terrace with outdoor seating.
Hotel du Vin & Bistro Tunbridge Wells
TUNBRIDGE WELLS - 7 miles away
Close to the station, a hotel and restaurant inside a Grade II-listed 18th-century sandstone mansion. Intimate and clubby, there is an open fire in the bar, and Gallic-influenced dishes in the informal restaurant; alfresco dining on the terrace. Modern bedrooms (some overlooking Calverley Park) have plenty of perks: a capsule coffee machine, fluffy bathrobes, chic toiletries for indulgent bathing. Within walking distance of the Pantiles.
One Warwick Park
Tunbridge Wells - 7 miles away
Near the Pantiles, a former brewery and school house is now a modern hotel with sophisticated, neutral-toned bedrooms and suites (some in the neighbouring Townhouse are more contemporary and have a separate entrance). Breakfast is buffet-style. Informal dining as well as a la carte menus are served in Seventeen restaurant. Situated by Cumberland Walk, al fresco morning snacks, cocktails, and light bites can be enjoyed on The Terrace.
White Lodge B&B
LEWES - 18 miles away
In secluded gardens and woodland, a low-built contemporary house with sun terraces and spacious accommodation overlooking acres of greenery. There’s an open-plan lounge for relaxing, and communal Aga-cooked breakfasts with a choice of home-made breads are served in a light-filled dining area. Five miles N of Lewes.
The Roebuck Inn
Lewes - 20 miles away
An historic coaching inn opposite Laughton village green, seven miles from Lewes. Rooms are in a sympathetically converted stable block. Hearty pub grub and an extensive range of beers, wines and gin is served in the interesting bar and dining room, or in the large pub garden with an outdoor bar and children’s play area.