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Set in 125 acres of formal gardens, this 13th-century double-moated castle offers luxurious yet modern bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. This was a unique experience - staying in such a beautiful place, being able to walk the historic gardens as long as you want, enjoying the tasteful decor, the gorgeous bed and a luxury bath, not to mention the delicious breakfast! The price is very reasonable, too, considering that access to the castle and its grounds is already included.
Offering free WiFi and lake views, Ockhams Farm Guest House is an accommodations set in Edenbridge. Located 3.1 mi from Hever Castle, the property features a garden and free private parking. Great location perfect for what we needed, lovely surprise with croissants and basics for us in the fridge. Lots of space outside for the kids to play.
Taylour House, a property with a shared lounge, is located in Edenbridge, 2.5 mi from Hever Castle. This holiday home provides free private parking, a shared kitchen and free WiFi. The history of the house fascinating good location lovely little village
Featuring garden views, Starborough Manor provides accommodations with a tennis court, around 3.1 mi from Hever Castle. Location was perfect for lingfield race track - just a short taxi ride. The house and grounds are beautiful and Daisy was really friendly
Located in Hever, 24 mi from Maidstone, Thatched Cottage B&B provides a garden and free WiFi. A fridge and kettle are also provided. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. We were made to feel very welcome by Wendy and Ivor , If you're looking for an authentic rural Kent experience then look no further , the gardens are beautiful , and surrounding land well worth a leisurely walk , just blissful .
Beautiful Countryside Bedroom is located in Hever and has a garden and a tennis court. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. My partner and I stayed here due to a wedding at Hever Castle and were very much pleasantly surprised with what a great location it was! Only 1 mile from the castle, which meant you can leisurely walk down the the castle, or book a quick 10 min taxi ride. We had a little walk down to The King Henry VIII pub which is just outside the castle, for some lunch and walked back as it was such a beautiful day. The rooms themselves were brilliant. Everything you needed for a night away was available, including a fridge for a few cheeky pre-wedding drinks. It was all spotlessly clean too. I fell in love with the fact that all the rooms were names after King Henry VIII and all his wives. This gives it so much character. Parking was also ideal at the site, there was a nice big parking lot. All in all this is a perfect location for those who are looking for a cute little night away next to Hever Castle.
I visited the place to participate in the Castle Run series. The town of Hever itself is a small one, the castle grounds are worth a visit. I wish I'd stayed a day longer to soak up that quietness. If you don't arrive by car, it might be somewhat uncomfortable to walk along the vehicle roads with no sidewalk most of the time, though.
We stayed 1 night and spent the majority of the time in the castle grounds, where there is plenty to do and some beautiful, scenic walks to take. unfortunately on our visit, owing to the covid restrictions, the maze was closed, also the boat hire had finished for the season. (september) There are lots of pubs/restaurants close by, we visited The Wheatsheaf and had an excellent meal and was good value for money.
Very friendly welcome in a unique setting. The tour of the castle is most interesting and grounds provide manageable walks. Local pubs provide excellent food, particularly King Henry VIII pub opposite castle entrance.
Plenty of pubs and country walks, the Indian restaurant Quality Tandoori although has good reviews turned out to be disappointing the food was really salty and generally tasted terrible( my wife said the same as we both had ordered different curries)
Edenbridge itself is small and we only went there to get petrol. However it's extremely close to Hever Castle, Chartwell house and Gatwick. I wouldn't choose to visit the town as a destination but rather a great setting off point.
Lots of great Bars, Restaurants and little shops. Great location if you have loved Winnie the Pooh as you can easily drive to the 500acre woods and play pooh sticks. Also near Chartwell, home of Winston Churchill.
This was a unique experience - staying in such a beautiful place, being able to walk the historic gardens as long as you want, enjoying the tasteful decor, the gorgeous bed and a luxury bath, not to mention the delicious breakfast! The price is very reasonable, too, considering that access to the castle and its grounds is already included.
The history of the house fascinating good location lovely little village
Beautiful interiors, delicious food, friendly staff, quiet location.