Surrounded by glorious Kent countryside, Hever Castle offers 28 luxury bedrooms in the Astor Wing and the Anne Boleyn Wing, both Edwardian Wings, designed in Tudor style.
Across the portfolio of rooms, you will find an abundance of rich fabrics, crisp linens and panelled walls, with perhaps a golden chaise longue or a glimpse of the Castle through leaded windows.
Bookings in the Anne Boleyn Wing can be up to six months in advance of the date you wish to stay, bookings in the Astor Wing can be taken eight weeks in advance of the date you wish to stay.
All bedrooms are en-suite and individually styled, with some offering four poster beds, roll top baths or walk in showers. All rooms blend modern day comforts with antique furnishings and original features. The fine collection of bedrooms offers a selection of double rooms, twin rooms, single rooms and some rooms that are suitable for families with young children.
The Astor Wing offers a beautiful panelled lounge with deep sofas and a selection of books and magazines for guests to relax with during their stay. There’s also a rather splendid Billiards Room to be discovered.
Guests who book an Anne Boleyn Wing bedroom will have access to the Astor Wing Lounge and Billiards Room on dates when there are no private events booked into the Astor Wing.
The Anne Boleyn Wing enjoys its own beautiful Breakfast Room which is flooded with natural daylight and offers window seats looking out across the orchard to the castle.
A ‘Full English’ breakfast is included with every stay, complemented by a healthy ‘Continental’ buffet.
You can also pre-book to have a delicious Afternoon Tea during your stay (select dates available).
All bookings receive complimentary access to the Castle and grounds during opening hours on the day of arrival, the day of departure and all days in between. Outside of opening hours guests can enjoy access to some parts of the gardens.
If Bed and Breakfast is made available on days when the Castle and gardens are closed to the public, a Private Guided Tour of the Castle will be offered on the morning of the day of departure.
At a glance
Luxury ‘five star gold’ bed and breakfast accommodation in the Astor Wing and Anne Boleyn Wing of Hever Castle, Edwardian wings of the Castle built in Tudor style.
A collection of 28 luxury en suite bedrooms to include doubles twins and singles. Classified as ‘Superior, Feature’ and ‘Deluxe’ rooms. There is also a rather special Suite, the Edward VII Suite with views across the orchard to the castle. One accessible room is part of this stunning collection and family rooms are also available.
Adventure playground, water maze, rowing boats on the lake
(subject to time of year)
Beautiful gardens to explore, lake walks
Daytime café & restaurant on site
(only on castle opening days)
Village pub 2 minutes walk from reception
ENHANCE YOUR STAY
Pre-book golf at Hever Castle Golf Club
Pre-book an afternoon tea
I am writing to let you know how much Simon and I enjoyed our overnight stay at Hever Castle last Wednesday, 8th April. Thank you!
We loved the room and thought the castle and gardens were wonderful. It was also enjoyable having breakfast in the Astor Wing and we could not fault our visit.
We would very much like to visit Hever Castle again, with family members.
Good location, lovely room, excellent breakfast, helpful staff, what more could you ask of a b&b... plus the added attraction of being able to enjoy the castle grounds with nobody else around.
We loved the surroundings and because the whole area is steeped in History. We liked the connections with King Henry V111, and the close proximity to Hever Castle and the grounds. The B & B was luxurios, the bed was very comfortable.”
Loved that I would walk in the gardens after the tourists had gone home. Also the beds were so comfortable it was like sleeping on a soft pillow. The atmosphere was just wonderful.”
The rooms are tastefully decorated and very comfortable. The bathroom was fabulous with a great shower. Breakfast was very good and served in a fabulous room. In the evening go to the local pub which serves very good food but suggest you book. By far the best stay we have had and plan to return”