Commonly known as the Garden of England, Kent is the most south easterly county of England and one which many people pass through on their way to France via tunnel or ferry. But stay a few days in one of the many B&Bs or hotels in Kent and discover an area rich in castles, stately homes, charming villages and vineyards as well as re-emerging seaside towns such as Margate, Ramsgate, Broadstairs and Hastings. Add the cathedral city of Canterbury and the Regency elegance of Royal Tunbridge Wells and you have the perfect holiday or short break destination.
147 hotels in or near to Kent
The Old Town Guest House. Situated just 50 metres from the beach, in the heart of Hastings Old Town. This Guest House is the ideal base for exploring the many delights of this historic fishing village at the centre of 1066 country.
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to The City of Canterbury Guest House. We offer superior accommodation with great views .. Situated less than a mile from the city centre offering history virtually on our door step. Endless restaurants and shop to choose from which will suite all tastes. If your visit is to the University of Kent, the campus is less than a 2 minute walk away.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Oak Tree Cottage, Biddenden. Nestled in the countryside, just outside the delightful village of Biddenden and in the very heart of the Weald of Kent, we are only 3 miles from the historic market town of Tenterden and just a short drive from the quaint old town of Rye.
The Salutation is, without a doubt, the finest place to stay in Kent. Located in the heart of Sandwich, this stunning building was built by Sir Edwin Lutyens between 1911-1912. The current owners, Dominic & Stephanie Parker, have renovated the Accommodation at this Grade 1 listed property to the highest possible standards, offering luxurious comfort, in this peaceful and tranquil setting. Special Weekend and Mid-week breaks are available.
Welcome to No64 at the Joiners, an all new luxury boutique hotel. The hotel offers the character and quality of French chateau living in the heart of the picturesque Kent Countryside.
Situated in the heart of Hastings, only a few minutes walk from the train station, shops, banks and local amenities. There is a Car Park opposite, which is free of charge to Townhouse guests, seven days a week. Town House Rooms is a stylish Bed and Breakfast in Hastings offering 6 stylish rooms in the main Townhouse and a luxury Studio Apartment all of which are priced including Breakfast. We have also added a further 4 Budget Rooms ajoining the main building from £40 per night
The Old Vicarage is located on the edge of the village of Doddington in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty on the North Downs.
The Bowl, situated high above Charing on top of the North Downs in a Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), was originally built as a farmhouse in 1512, and then in1606 it became a brewhouse. It has had a long and varied history, the present licensees arrived in 2014 and have developed the Bowl to offer good quality accommodation and excellent home-made food in a relaxed country pub enviroment.
This Hastings Guest House is centrally positioned as a great base to tour Hastings & the 1066 country. The Apollo is within 5 minutes walk of Hastings rail station, seafront, town centre & more.
Five-star luxury service with all the comforts to make your stay complete.
A hidden treasure...at the end of a winding lane, nestled in the heart of the Kentish countryside, stands Elvey Farm, a beautiful medieval farmstead tastefully converted into a small country guesthouse. This clutch of buildings, steeped in history and natural character, is a hidden treasure waiting to be uncovered.
The Duke of Cumberland is first and foremost, a traditional English Country Inn. Built in 1749 the Inn is named after the Duke of Cumberland, commander of the English Army that put down the Jacobite rebellion at the battle of Culloden. We offer three rooms for bed & breakfast accommodation. This is the perfect place for the weary travellers or those looking to relax in a comfortable environment with a convivial atmosphere.
Dunselma - Once a fashionable seafront Edwardian Town House - it now offers "Quality Guest Accommodation" with all the comforts of modern living but with the elegance and charm of a bygone era.
An 18C building situated in the historic village of Biddenden, in the heart of Kent.It has been awarded the highest accolade for guest accommodation, 5 Gold Stars along with a Bib Award from Michelin.
Centrally located B&B in beautiful Kent Countryside. 2 miles north of Maidstone and 5 miles south of the Medway Towns. 45 miles from Dover Port. Close to cycle route 17. Hop Farm 14 miles Very easy access to M20 and M2, close to Pilgrims Way and North Downs Way. Free Wifi. Off road parking. Business Travellers and Tradesmen welcome. Price includes standard hot or cold breakfast.
Canterbury Hotel is located near the heart of the city centre provides guests with a mix of traditional and modern assets.
The Old Borough Arms Guest House in Rye is situated at the foot of the famous and much photographed Mermaid Street where the cobbled streets of Rye wind their way up to the Church of St. Mary, passing by the house of Henry James the famous author on the way.
From the moment you enter The Walpole Bay Hotel, you will step back in time to the ambience of a bygone era. With spacious lounges, a flower decked verandah, Edwardian restaurant and a 1920s ballroom, The Walpole is a family run hotel that strives to achieve a friendly home from home atmosphere combined with a warmth and timeless elegance.
Little Dane Court is a 500 year old grade 2 listed house situated in the centre of Tenterden. It has a car park at the back of the house for 6 cars, a large secluded oriental garden, a sun-trap courtyard, for breakfasts in the summer al fresco. Bedrooms are equipped with wireless internet, TVs and memory foam mattresses, teasmade alarms and large luxury bathrooms. A great location for exploring Teneterden, the Kent vinyards and gardens, or taking a trip on the KESR steam railway.
A charming room in the Kent countryside based in Hever and close to Hever Castle.