Good Hotel Guide Review
Double-moated 13th-century Hever Castle, the childhood home of ill-fated Anne Boleyn, is now home to a sumptuous B&B. Bedrooms are in two Tudor-style Edwardian additions, the Aster and Anne Boleyn wings. Each room blends Tudor-inspired features and comforts fit for a queen: a gold-coloured chaise longue, a four-poster, spoiling toiletries in a decadent bathroom of limestone or marble. Moulded ceilings, grand chimney pieces and rich tapestries heighten the grandeur. Breakfast, a lavish affair, is served in each wing’s own dining room. Residents are granted complimentary open-hours access to the castle and grounds and, after hours, to the peaceful gardens. A beautiful courtyard has wild flower plantings and outdoor furniture.
28. Some on ground floor, some suitable for disabled, plus self-catering Medley Court cottage.
all year except 25 and 31 Dec, 1–15 Jan, 20–22 Jan, 27–29 Jan, 3–5 Feb, 11–12 Feb.
lounge, billiard room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Sky, Freeview), 680-acre grounds, parking.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £175–£325. Dine and stay events on select dates throughout the year.
VisitEngland Five Star Guest Accommodation
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