Best hotels in Kent

Kent has some beautiful countryside, notably in the Weald of Kent, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is known for its orchards and for the distinctive shape of its oast houses, used for drying hops.
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More a stylish gastropub than a community hub, this historic inn has a loyal following of foodies who rave about its 'delicious meals'.
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Gusbourne Vineyard tours

There are some experiences you simply have to make time for. Just an hour from London, nestled in the Garden of England you’ll find Gusbourne’s Kent vineyards where you can explore the vines with a passionate guide who will take the time to explain just how critically acclaimed wine came to be made in the southeast of England.

Enjoy a delicious lunch that is perfectly paired with Gusbourne’s award-winning wines, showcasing local produce from around Kent and Sussex. Afterwards, there is plenty of time for tasting. Relaxed, unhurried, expertly tutored and tailored to you, whether you’re starting your wine journey, or well underway.

When it’s time, you’ll leave refreshed and inspired, because a day in their beautiful corner of Kent is time well spent.

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More on Kent

Kent is rich in history and architecture, too. Thomas à Becket was murdered in Canterbury’s marvellous cathedral (its building was started by St Augustine in 597), and Canterbury has a fine new theatre, The Marlow. The Good Hotel Guide has reviews of some interesting hotel accommodation in Kent. Edwardian, Georgian, Jacobean - hotels from every era and set beside the sea, in stunning urban settings or deep in lush greenery, making a hotel stay as varied as you wish! Outstanding places to visit include Sissinghurst with Vita Sackville-West’s famous garden; the moated Hever Castle where Anne Boleyn grew up and where Anne of Cleves lived after her divorce from Henry VIII; Knole House, a beautiful Elizabethan/Jacobean mansion once owned by Henry VIII; Leeds Castle, stunningly set on a lake near Maidstone; medieval Penshurst Place, birthplace of Sir Philip Sydney; Ightham Mote, a picturesque house with 14th-century origins. Churchill’s final home, Chartwell, contains much wartime memorabilia, and you can visit the studio where he painted.

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Last updated: May 21, 2024