Our guide to hotels, self-catering and bed and breakfast in Goudhurst and Kilndown.
Listed in alphabetical order
Whilst every effort has been made to maintain accuracy, no responsibility is accepted for any errors in content.
Updated 28th June 2019
Mobile: 07754 255558
Contact Little Dodges
Beautiful barn conversion set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, beamed and spacious.
Ideally situated for the mainline railway station at Marden, with services to London Charing Cross and the coast.
Close to numerous castles and gardens in this historical area of Kent and the Garden of England.
Off road parking.
Situated just 3 miles from Goudhurst in a quiet position enjoying panoramic views of the Weald of Kent
Available all year
About Little Dodges
We offer holiday accommodation and B & B.
Beautiful, beamed and spacious barn conversion set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Ideally situated for the mainline railway station at Marden, with services to London Charing Cross and the coast.
Close to numerous castles and gardens in this historic area of Kent and the Garden of England.
3 bedrooms, 1 double with ensuite shower room and either two twin bedroom or one superking with zip linked mattresses
All bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and ample shelving space
Kitchen with dishwasher, electric cooker and fridge
Large vaulted sitting/dining room with TV and video
Bathroom with separate shower cubicle
The cottage has recently been refurbished with new carpets in all three bedrooms
All other floors are tiled
Further cloakroom with WC.
Oil fired underfloor heating
Cot, highchair and babysitting available on request
Off road parking
WiFi internet access
Situated just 3 miles from Goudhurst
in a quiet position enjoying panoramic views of the Weald of Kent.
from £470 (2 bed) to £950 (3 bed)
Available all year
No smoking or pets
Dodges Oast Bed and Breakfast
THE STAR & EAGLE HOTEL
Goudhurst, Kent. TN17 1AL
Enquire & Book
Nestling in the heart of the beautiful Kentish Weald, the Star & Eagle Hotel is located in the village of Goudhurst.
Standing over 400ft above sea level, there are outstanding views of the surrounding orchards and former hop gardens for which the area is renowned.
Dating back to the 14th century, the Star & Eagle has played a significant role in the local history, and was once reputed to have been an ancient monastery. Relics of the vaulted stonework of the period are still visible in some parts of the building.
During the 18th century the Inn became the headquarters of the ‘Hawkhurst Gang’, who robbed and terrorised the surrounding district, and planned smuggling raids.
Today, behind its attractive timbered gables, the Star & Eagle offers all the comfort and facilities of a modern hotel with the charm and atmosphere of a bygone era.
In the Garden of England
Open throughout the year; the Star & Eagle is less than three miles off the main A21 road with easy access to Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells and Hastings.
It is the perfect location for a relaxing weekend break, and a refreshing alternative for the business visitor seeking a quieter, more peaceful ambience.
The Star & Eagle has a total of ten bedrooms, all of the highest standard for your personal comfort, though varying considerably in style.
All rooms have television and free wi-fi. Many also have a private bathroom or shower. There’s even a room with a splendidly renovated four-poster bed. (Pictured above)
Most of the rooms have lovely views overlooking the surrounding countryside or the neighbouring parish church.
In the morning, you can enjoy a traditional full English or continental breakfast. Our small team of friendly, experienced staff will help to make your stay at the Star & Eagle an enjoyable break at any time of the year.
THREE CHIMNEYS FARM ACCOMMODATION
Enquire & Book
Three Chimneys Farm is located in the heart of the Kentish Weald, ten miles southeast of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Within a ten mile radius there is plenty to interest a visitor.
The nearest shops can be found at Goudhurst, a charming old Kent village with church, inns, tea shops, pubs and restaurants.
There are golf courses at Ticehurst, Hawkhurst, Cranbrook and Tunbridge Wells.
Riding is available close by at the Bedgebury Riding Centre.
Also close by is the Bedgebury Pinetum, with ornamental lake, forest nature trails and over 100 species of coniferous tree.
A footpath running from Three Chimneys gives direct access to Bedgebury Forest, with several miles of footpaths, bridlepaths and cycle routes.
Bewl Water reservoir has fly fishing and boat trips. Within thirty minutes’ drive, Sissinghurst Gardens, Bodiam Castle, Great Dixter, Scotney Castle, Ightham Mote, Batemans, and many more castles and gardens can be found.
This idyllic setting is only one hour’s drive from London and less than forty minutes from the sea.
Three Chimneys Farm was a traditional Kent hop farm, dating from the 16th Century. Hop farming ceased in the 1970s, and the oast houses, originally used for drying the hops, and other outbuildings have been converted to housing.
The present farmyard is located over 100 metres from the holiday cottages.
Two cottages or Bed & Breakfast, stylishly well-equipped with wood-burning stoves.
Bed linen, towels heating and firewood are included in the price.
There is ample parking.
£450 per week or £70 per night
B & B
£80 per night for single nights and £75 per night for multiple nights.