Popular for being the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, this 13th-century castle is rich in history with elegant features, modern comfort, and stunning surroundings.
Experience 700 years of history in this elegant, luxurious, and romantic double-moated castle. Built in the 13th century, the Hever Castle has lots of important historical features. Explore the castle and its history through these rooms: the inner hall, the drawing room, the dining hall, the entrance hall, the library, the morning room, Anne Boleyn’s bedroom, the book of hours, and more. Set in 125 acres of lush grounds, the castle offers an award-winning garden, breathtaking views, mazes, miniature model houses, a playground, and a 27-hole golf course, among others. All these make the hotel an ideal location for a relaxing stay, a grand wedding, or an elegant celebration.
Featuring an original 13th-century medieval castle design, the Hever Castle’s interior is designed with 15th and 16th-century decors. The panelled house is furnished with antiques, tapestries, furniture, and a fine collection of Tudor portraits, among others.
Bed and breakfast options offered at the castle include lunch and dinner. A casual alfresco dining is also offered at the castle’s restaurant. Eat snacks and drink afternoon tea while enjoying the beauty of the landscaped garden.
Set in a rural countryside in the village of Hever, the castle is easily accessible from Kent, Surrey, and Sussex. With lovely garden attractions, the castle is surrounded with 125 acres of lush grounds.
Feature Double Room - Astor Wing
Deluxe Double Room - Astor Wing
Deluxe Twin Room - Astor Wing
Single Room - Astor Wing
Deluxe Double Room with Disability Access - Astor Wing
Feature Twin Room - Astor Wing
Feature Twin Room - Anne Boleyn Wing
Feature Double Room - Anne Boleyn Wing
Deluxe Twin Room - Anne Boleyn Wing
Deluxe Double Room - Anne Boleyn Wing
Suite - Anne Boleyn Wing
Superior Double Room - Anne Boleyn Wing
Standard Twin Room - Astor Wing
Superior Double Room - Astor Wing
Standard Double Room
Hever, Edenbridge, England, UK
Located at the golf club, The Waterside is a bar and restaurant that offers casual alfresco dining. With stunning views and a welcoming atmosphere, it's an ideal place to eat and relax with family and friends, or have business meetings. A range of drinks, coffee, and tea are served. Breakfast is served from 7:30 am until 12 noon. Lunch is served from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The restaurant is open daily.
The Golf Club is located just a mile from the main entrance of the castle. With a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, the golf course features 27 holes which can be fun and challenging, making it enjoyable for beginners and professionals alike. Designed to the highest specification, the golf course is one of the best in Kent.
The Gatehouse is where the castle's historic tour culminates. It is also where one can find the oldest part of the castle, the Medieval Council Chamber. On display are 13th-century items such as the garderobe, a collection of armours and swords, and severl defense mechanisms.
Learn about the social history of the Eden Valley and Kent through this museum. The Eden Valley Museum is housed in a building with a Kentish vernacular architecture. It's one of the main attractions in Edenbridge.
Visit the Chiddingstone Village and travel back in time. Run by National Trust, this is one of the oldest villages in Kent. This Tudor village features a historic pub, a quaint tea room, and half-timbered buildings.
Built in 1792, the country house in Hammerwood Park is one of the first houses in England done in Greek Revival architecture. The park itself is scenic, beautiful, and tranquil. The house is open for tours and afternoon tea. Music events are also sometimes held here.