Muddy says: situated in the beautiful village of Hever only a minutes’ walk away from the historic Hever Castle and Hever Castle Golf Club. With a wonderful restaurant and spa on site – and great transport links – Hever Hotel is a getaway gem.
Hever Hotel is situated in the beautiful village of Hever only a minutes’ walk away from the historic Hever Castle and Hever Castle Golf Club.
The hotel is in an ideal location for both business over-nighters (they offer conferencing facilities for large and small events) and treat-yourself getaways (spa treatments, anyone?). Oh, and did we mention the easy access to the M25, South London and Gatwick airport?
From your arrival the attentive team will be on hand to look after you – whether you want to relax in the Stirling bar, or the music and games room or even, if you fancy something a little worthy, then why not try the fitness room?
There’s a variety of quality dining options available. There’s Stables Restaurant – think alfresco terrace in the summer or rustic and cosy in the winter – or treat yourself to an Afternoon Tea or there’s even a Private Dining space to hire.
They specialise in weddings or special events and have a dedicated and hardworking team who will make sure that your wedding will run smoothly, leaving you to sit back, relax and and enjoy the moment,
There’s three swish suites, ideal for wedding ceremonies and receptions, from 40 to 150 guests. Your special day can take place in one venue, indoors or outdoors. If you’re interested in finding out more, get in touch with their very own Wedding Coordinator to organise a viewing and discuss your requirements.
But best of all (well we think so anyway) is that there’s a spa on site too! The Shambala Wellness & Spa, offers everything from Yoga, Meditation and Ayurvedic treatments.
Like Shirodhara, a form of Ayurveda therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over the forehead, known to be very relaxing. Or Pinda (Hot Rice Bundle Massage) a warm bundle massaged into the musculoskeletal system to provide relief for aches and pains. Bliiiissssss….