Recommended hotels in Ashford
The hotel is located close to Junction 9 of the M20 motorway, just minutes from the Eurostar terminal and only 36 minutes from London by high-speed train.This property has undergone major work in late 2007, transforming it into a modern and luxurious accommodation with 19 state-of-the-art conference rooms and 179 sumptuous bedrooms. Guests are welcomed in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service. The hotel provides currency exchange facilities, a cloakroom, lift access and room and laundry services. All conference rooms feature air conditioning, up-to-the-minute AV facilities, WLAN Internet access and the services of a dedicated Events Team to ensure the smooth running of all events. For dining and drinks, guests can enjoy the fantastic brasserie-style restaurant Horizon, as well as Costa Coffee and the more informal sports bar with pool table, Quench. There is free car-parking available for 400 cars.There is nothing standard about the standard guest rooms. They are large, beautifully decorated with modern furnishings, decadently comfortable and equipped with everything needed to chill out. All bedrooms come with comfy duvets, king-size beds, flat-screen TVs, ample workspace and WLAN Internet access. Each room has an en suite bathroom with shower, bath and hairdryer, as well as direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, radio, a safe and a mini fridge. Tea and coffee making facilities, an ironing set and individually regulated air conditioning and heating also feature.Guests may play pool at the hotel sports bar, Quench. Further sport and leisure facilities include a heated indoor swimming pool a gym, a hot tub, sauna and steam room. Guests may also treat themselves to massage and spa treatments.The menus have been devised by the top chefs. Whether guests choose to eat in the Horizon Restaurant or in the more relaxed Lounge, their taste buds will thank them.See more
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The hotel is an impressive Manor House surrounded by beautiful manicured gardens and set in a tranquil area 6 km away from Ashford. The hotel has kept some of its original features, dating back to the Norman Conquest, such as the carved panelled rooms, the stone fireplaces and the elegant atmosphere. The rooms are located in the Mews Cottages, which house either 2 or 3 en-suite double bedrooms and shared lounge facilities. The hotel has an extensive spa, with a large heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hot tub and 15 luxurious treatment rooms. The hotel also features 2 restaurants, where guests can enjoy delicious French cuisine and a bar to relax with a glass of wine or refreshing cocktail. Other facilities in the premises include a tennis court, a fully-equipped gym and an outdoor swimming pool.See more
History, character and distinctive food and drink make a visit to the New Flying Horse, Wye, a delightful experience but even that’s topped by a unique garden feature. As well as a log fire and oak beams, the 17th-century posting house has an authentic recreation of a Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner, Julian Dowle’s successful design A Soldier’s Dream of Blighty. The Chelsea Pensioners’ Garden was created for the 2005 Chelsea Flower Show, with input from the Chelsea Pensioners themselves, and includes a Dig for Victory vegetable garden, a pond, a field of poppies and a miniature traditional English pub. It forms the centrepiece of an extensive garden, with play area where visitors can dine al fresco or enjoy cream teas during the summer months. The pub serves authentic Kentish cask ales, kept in perfect condition and also offers a wide range of wines. Amusements include dominoes, cards and board games as well as a regular quiz night and monthly acoustic indie and jazz sessions. With nine comfortable letting rooms, the pub is a good base to explore the surrounding countryside with the cathedral city of Canterbury just a short drive away.See more
This charming hotel is located in the village of Kennington, just 5 minutes by car from Ashford and the Eurostar Terminal. Inside the establishment, guests will find a number of amenities and services. The on-site restaurant serves traditional home cooked food. Vegetarians can also be catered for and roast dinners are served occasionally. The bar offers a selection of award-winning ales and a bar menu. There is also a large beer garden with plenty of seating. The residence comprises a total of 29 cosy rooms. They come equipped with satellite TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. In addition, all feature en-suite bathrooms as standard.See more
Information about Ashford
Ashford is a modern city in England’s County Kent. It is in southeast England, on the Channel and close to the famous Eurotunel, the international railway route that links the UK to mainland Europe. The international station is linked to the local station by a tunnel that you can walk through; you will have rail links to the whole of the UK from Ashford. Remember that you will be just 30 miles from London. Ashford has large shopping centres, like County Square and Park Mall, where you will find numerous restaurants and cafes, and a famous Outlet Shop for Kimberley Way, which offers discounts of up to 50%. We recommend visiting historic Godinton Palace, with its spectacular gardens, the old Willesboroungh Windmill, the Ashford Borough Museum, the Brook Agricultural Museum and the old town of Tenterden. When in Ashford you can also enjoy its lovely parks and gardens. It is a great place to go cycling and for relaxing strolls, both ideal ways to appreciate the scenery. Explore the Memorial Gardens, which commemorate those who fell in the Great War. Have a lovely stay in comfortable country houses, traditional guesthouses and camping sites in and around Ashford.