Nestled in beautiful Kentish countryside, this Grade II listed Georgian manor house exhibits welcoming gardens and offers the ideal setting for a relaxing break. This early 19th century hotel is located amidst beautiful countryside in the heart of Kent.
The hotel is situated around great walking routes, local theatres, national trust properties and with several great golf courses in the area is an ideal home from home for many guests. The hotel consists of 29 spacious, en-suite bedrooms, extensive on-site parking, stunning gardens and a restaurant and bar. During the summer months, the tranquil surrounding gardens are a suntrap and offer guests a relaxing oasis.
Situated in the heart of the Kent countryside this beautiful 18th century country house hotel with delightful grounds is the ideal venue for your special day.
With function rooms available in the heart of Kent, Hadlow Manor could be just the place for your next conference or meeting event.
Sunday lunch in Kent is available at our very popular carvery every weekend. Dining is also available in our wonderful Restaurant daily.
Join us for the dinner event of the year which combines fine food and comedy action served up Only Fools & Horses style.
Join us for our next wedding fair where you can meet with our experienced Wedding Coordinators, and see a variety of exhibitors waiting to help you pl
Join us for a Fireworks Display with a delicious BBQ and Bar (meal included)
Dinner Disco events will be held on Friday 13th February, 27th March, 17th April and 18th May with dinner served from 7:30pm and dancing to our regular DJ until 12:30am.
“I would just like to thank you so much for all your with our wedding, the hotel is lovely and the staff very helpful, the food was great and the room was to die for, thanks again for all your help.”
“I would like to thank you for my wife’s dinner party held last Friday. The arrangements worked very well with your staff looking after us excellently. The meal lived up to the standard we were hoping for and all our guests were delighted with the evening.”