Good Hotel Guide Review
The comforts are fit for a queen at this sumptuous B&B, in the Tudor-style Edwardian wings of double-moated 13th-century Hever Castle. The childhood home of ill-fated Anne Boleyn stands in a spread of award-winning gardens; bedrooms are in the richly decorated Aster and Anne Boleyn wings, where moulded ceilings, grand chimney pieces and rich tapestries heighten the grandeur. Every room is different: choose one with a gold chaise longue, or one with a four-poster bed; all are supplied with tea- and coffee-making facilities, and spoiling toiletries in a bathroom of limestone or marble. Breakfast, a lavish affair, is served in each wing’s own dining room. Residents have free access to the castle and grounds.
28. Some on ground floor, some suitable for disabled, plus self-catering Medley Court cottage.
all year except 25 and 31 Dec.
lounge, billiard room, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), civil wedding licence, courtyard garden, tennis court, 625-acre grounds, parking.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £180–£335. ‘Dine and stay’ events on selected dates throughout the year.
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