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Newest reviews for The Star And Eagle Hotel

  • Paul
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    A beautiful and characterful building and friendly and helpful staff. A very relaxing stay.

    Nothing to dislike

    10

  • Edward
      Australia
    9 August 2014

    Quirkiness - experience of living in the past - meal was good - being in village location. Wi Fi good

    Difficulty with luggage up stairs. In some rooms low beams could be a problem for some people.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      U.S.A.
    5 August 2014

    building and décor food bathrooms rear rooms

    some road noise

    8.3

  • Tim
      Austria
    5 August 2014

    If you are looking for a modern 5-star hotel, then the Star & Eagle is not for you. If, however, you are looking for a village hotel with lots of character and history, good facilities, friendly staff, an excellent restaurant menu, and in a convenient location in Kent, then this is a must.

    7.5

  • Riikka
      United Kingdom
    3 August 2014

    Staff were excellent! And the food I during dinner and breakfast was delicious. The room had a gorgeous four poster bed, with very comfy mattress and bedding.

    For this much money, I would have expected a nicer bathroom; the shower leaked on the carpet flooring and the whole bathroom was very dated. Also, the chairs in the room were a bit grubby.

    7.5

  • Stephen
      U.S.A.
    23 July 2014

    Nice room and bathroom, character property, good dinner menu and food, fine included free breakfast.

    8.3

  • Julian
      France
    23 July 2014

    Food, service, beer, the beautiful building and location.

    Er.... ... nothing to add.

    9.2

  • Mich
      United Kingdom
    11 July 2014

    Very friendly and welcoming staff. Good breakfast and evening food

    9.2

  • Mary
      United Kingdom
    8 July 2014

    This hotel is full of character and history. The service was superb and nothing was too much trouble for the staff to make sure we had a lovely stay at the Star and Eagle

    If I had to name something, it would be squeaky, uneven floorboards but that is part of the charm!!

    10

  • Louis
      Belgium
    6 July 2014

    Typical pub + hotel, nice village friendly staff, good food, room was large

    room and bathroom a bit in need of refurbishing

    7.1

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    3 July 2014

    Location and village was nice. The hotel is very old and has lots of heritage and history

    Rooms could be upgraded for example the TV was small and took up space in the room on a trolley when a bigger flat screen could easily have been installed mounted on the wall even in a listed building. The food was expensive but nice.

    5.8

  • Wim
      Netherlands
    29 June 2014

    Beautifull old and characterisic hotel next to a very beautiful old church. Nice view over Kentish Weald. Centrally located in Kent. Very good breakfast, very good restaurant. Cosy pub. Terrace behind hotel and effective parking space. We enjoyed it very much and would be happy to come back.

    The road in front of the hotel is quite busy and narrow. You have to be attentive getting on and of the road. But this applies for a lot of the roads in Kent. We slept at the back and did not hear any noise. Also there is a bend in the road before the hotel so traffic slows down considerably.

    8.8

  • Jane
      United Kingdom
    27 June 2014

    Carlos,front of staff, was charming and helpful. Dinner was very good but expensive. At those prices they should provide linen napkins not tatty paper ones.

    This hotel is situated on a very busy road at rush hour. Our bedroom at front noisy. Bathroom shower over bath pathetic and difficult to use as the ceilings are so low. My husband had to bend awkwardly under the shower so how a really tall person would cope I can't imagine . They need to smarten up their image, having a quaint old inn does not merit 4 stars.

    5.8

  • Stephen
      Australia
    22 June 2014

    Interesting old property

    Variety of bedclothes for summer conditions. Something less than a heavy duvet please.

    7.9

  • Roger
      United Kingdom
    21 June 2014

    Food, service, ambiance.

    The access along the corridor to room 10 was a bit challenging but we made it and the quaintness adds charm. For someone disabled it would have been impossible.

    9.2

  • Pamela
      United Kingdom
    17 June 2014

    Helpful, friendly staff. There was plenty of choice at breakfast. Room was quiet even though it was on the front of the property by the road, and very comfortable, smashing shower. The walk to the room was hazardous, with low doorways and endless fire doors, but that just added to the novelty of the place.

    The windows were old and couldn't be opened, with fixed double glazing. This meant the room was a bit stuffy after a hot day. I like to sleep with the window open.

    7.9

  • Diana
      New Zealand
    13 June 2014

    Amazing staff, beautiful countryside, very good restaurant

    Leaving!

    10

  • Gemma
      United Kingdom
    10 June 2014

    Very attractive place to stay with lovely views from the bedroom. Nice breakfast. Helpful staff.

    Somewhat noisy when people walked past as they came upstairs.

    8.3

  • Susan
      United Kingdom
    10 June 2014

    Beer garden and location are perfect, lovely setting and most of the rooms were very nice.

    Avoid room 9 if you're tall, VERY low ceilings and the old windows had been painted shut.

    7.5

  • Tony
      United Kingdom
    6 June 2014

    Evening meal

    Twin bedroom

    7.1

  • Helen
      United Kingdom
    2 June 2014

    It was an idyllic old village pub. The four poster bed was beautiful and the room was spacious and quiet even though it looks out on the road. Very nice stay.

    7.1

  • Richard
      United Kingdom
    1 June 2014

    A hotel with character, friendly staff and good food.

    9.6

  • Emma
      United Kingdom
    27 May 2014

    VERY FRIENDLY STAFF AND PLEASANT WELCOME. EXCELLENT LOCATION. VERY LOW CEILINGS IN SOME OF THE CORRIDORS, BUT IT ADDED TO THE CHARACTER AND ENJOYMENT OF THE HOTEL.

    9.2

  • Barry
      Canada
    25 May 2014

    Wonderful staff were very helpful and kind. Building was charming and old. Food was excellent and delicious. Included breakfast was a joy.

    Very expensive. Our room faced out onto the street which, though it looked like a quaint country lane, was in fact a superhighway for giant lorries (trucks). That was a huge surprise. You had to keep the double windows shut. Fortunately it was hot on only one night. Basically this was an incredibly noisy place--traffic noise.

    7.9

  • Michael
      United Kingdom
    23 May 2014

    characterful property, good parking, very comfortable bed, excellent restaurant for dinner and breakfast, friendly staff

    room tariff seemed high but this could reflect supply and demand in area

    8.3

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