The Star And Eagle Hotel Guest Reviews
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|0.2 miles from Goudhurst centre|
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Angela Y, Chatham, visiting Bedgebury Pinetum Tue, 23 June 2015
I would recommend this hotel if you want a relaxing weekend away with lovely food and a wealth of character and original features. It's in a good location for country walks and woodland cycling.
Liked: A lovely place to stay.
Lungley Mon, 25 September 2023
Excellent! I recommend you try...
Liked: The staff were outstanding and very welcoming. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will definitely visit again. The food and service was outstanding.
Christopher Mon, 25 September 2023
Exemplary attention to detail.
Liked: The staff went above and beyond to make the special weekend away, unforgettable. The attention to detail and small touches were just what was needed. The history of the building and it's character and proximity to the church.
Disliked: Not applicable.
Julie Fri, 22 September 2023
Staff are lovely, room was...
Liked: The breakfast could have been warmer, served on cold plates. More selection on cereals would be good as only 2 apart from oats
Max Fri, 22 September 2023
Jill Thu, 21 September 2023
A beautiful hotel, well-placed for...
Liked: Goudhurst is a very pretty Wealden village on a hill dating mainly from the fifteenth century with buildings typical of the place and time, varying from brick,,tile-hung and weatherboard. The hotel is adjacent to the church and has far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside. It is well-placed to visit the many National Trust and other properties nearby, the most famous being Sissinghurst Castle and gardens created by the late Vita Sackville West and Harold Nicholson. The coast is about 25 miles away with the seaside town of Hastings being an attraction and the ancient town of Rye being well worth a visit. The rooms are beautifully furnished and the restaurant serves a good menu.
Paul Wed, 20 September 2023
Mike Wed, 13 September 2023
Plenty of history and excellent...
Liked: The journey to our room was intriguing although it did carry a risk of banging one’s head on low beams. To say the place is full of character and history is an understatement. On possibly the warmest night of the year, I was slightly nervous of opening the only window given its antiquity but it was fine. Some traffic noise as a result but less than I expected given the sharp bend right outside. Food was excellent even though we arrived late, as was the beer. Parking was easy. Bed was comfortable.
Disliked: Breakfast was very good but I’m sorry to say that the coffee was borderline undrinkable. The hot water for the shower took forever to come through but it did eventually so that was fine. The wardrobe was a novel place to hide the kettle!
Lynne Mon, 11 September 2023
Annabelle Mon, 11 September 2023
Julia Sun, 10 September 2023
A restful night after a...
Liked: The staff went out of their way to be helpful. We were very late arriving, but a delicious meal was waiting for us. The room was spacious and the beds were very comfortable. Breakfast was excellent.
Disliked: Nothing really…