Eastwell Manor

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.

  • Romantic

    Romantic Location

    The breath-taking architecture, secluded location and picturesque surrounds make Eastwell Manor ideal for a romantic mini-break.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    Certainly somewhere you want to spend more than a day, the boutique hotel has twenty-three rooms and a host of Mews Cottages.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Friendly

    The hotel is particularly adept at catering to groups, making it a glamorous location for hen parties.

  • Golf


    Available for hotel guests and corporate delegates the golf course provides a challenge for all levels and abilities.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Kent is often referred to as the Garden of England, and looking out onto the hotel grounds, you are left in no doubt that it is a well-deserved moniker.


Eastwell Manor

Eastwell Manor, Eastwell Park, Boughton Lees, Ashford, Kent, TN25 4HR
TN25 4HR

Spa & Leisure

Taking a neo classical approach to the architecture, The Pavilion spa at Eastwell Manor is nothing if not decadent. The venue offers a twenty metre pool surrounded by scenic murals, a therapy pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, and state of the art Technogym. There is also an outdoor pool, croquet lawns and tennis court for summer escapades.

The adjoining ‘Dreams’ beauty spa is where the magic really happens, using a combination of Aromatherapy Associates, Clarins, Guinot, Jessica and St Tropez, they have an impressive fifteen treatment rooms and a suitably broad range of options to help you relax and unwind, including facials, massages, manicures, pedicures, epilation, tanning and make-up consultations for those finishing touches.

Hotel & Accommodation

With huge, stone, Baronial fireplaces, panelled walls and generously proportioned rooms, the main building at Eastwell Manor is every inch as impressive as its Norman history. With only twenty-three rooms, the boutique establishment offers the unique experience of making you feel at home – if home was something of a medieval palace. Alternatively there are also Mews Cottages in the converted Victorian stables.

In such a grand location, it is only fitting that the formal, Manor Restaurant comes complete with resident pianist and a combination of French and English cuisine alongside an extensive wine list. For more relaxed moments, The Pavilion restaurant and bar offers a lighter menu as well as morning coffees and afternoon teas on the terrace.