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Goodnestone Park Gardens are open to the public and are well worth a visit during your stay, out of opening hours you will have the gardens completely to yourself. We can arrange catering, pampering, riding and even yoga lessons during your stay, please ask for details. The estate has bicycles to borrow and the local working windmill in Chillenden is a couple of miles with a renowned pub for a spot of lunch after. Canterbury itself is within 8 miles offering a wonderful array of history, shopping and a great range of restaurants. If you fancy the beach, Sandwich and Deal are close by.
BathroomsWalk in shower
BedroomsKing size bed
Games roomBoot room
- Wonderfully luxurious
- Full catering available
- Ideal for a special occasion
- As featured in The Telegraph and Yahoo! Finance.
Goodnestone Park: sleeps 18 in 9 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, 5 reception rooms including Drawing room, Dining room with seating for 24, Library, round painted reception room (ideal for small wedding receptions), first floor sitting room with TV/DVD, hallway with sweeping staircase, huge breakfast room, Kitchen, Large gardens and grounds extending to 15 acres, extensive terraces, BBQ, ample parking.
Drawing room, fireplace
Dining room to seat 24 with fireplace
Round painted reception room with double opening doors to the extensive terraces
Hall with guest cloakroom
Breakfast room with casual seating and table and chairs for 16 with window seats, wood burner
Kitchen with electric range oven, 5 gas hobs, 2 additional electric ovens, Larder Fridge, freezer, dishwasher
Boot room with fridge, freezer, sink, washing machine, tumble dryer, door to WC with wheelchair access
Pantry with tall wine fridge, dishwasher, separate sink, wine bottle rack storage
Sweeping staircase to the First Floor
Fitzwalter Room (sleeps 2) Master bedroom with Super King size bed, wonderful far reaching views of parkland and cricket pitch, fireplace, 2 wardrobes, door to en-suite bathroom with roll top bath, walk in shower, hand basin, WC
Jane Austen Room with mix of sofas and chairs, views of parkland and cricket pitch, fireplace
Pink Room (sleeps 2) large bedroom suite with zip link super king size/twin beds, stunning views of parkland and cricket pitch, wardrobe,fireplace, door to en-suite bathroom with roll top bath, WC, hand basin
Effie’s Room Suite (sleeps 2) king size bed, fireplace, door to en-suite bathroom with roll top bath, hand basin, WC
Dressing Room (sleeps 2) king size bed
Green Room (sleeps 2) king size bed, door to en-suite bathroom with bath, WC and hand basin
Family bathroom with bath, WC, hand basin
Stairs to Second Floor
William’s Room (sleeps 2) zip link super king size/twin beds, views of parkland door to en-suite bathroom with bath, walk in shower, WC and hand basin
Games Room (sleeps 2) zip link super king size/twin beds, views of parkland door to en-suite bathroom with bath, WC and hand basin
Francis’s Room (sleeps 2) zip link super king size/twin beds, views of parkland, en-suite bathroom with bath, WC and hand basin
Robert’s Room (sleeps 2) king size bed, en-suite shower room with WC and hand basin
Afternoon tea on arrival, newspapers and magazines
Garden games including croquet and giant Jenga
Catering options available including champagne receptions, light lunches , informal suppers and fine dining, please ask us for details.
Licenced wedding venue in grounds for up to 70 guests
As featured in both The Telegraph and Yahoo! Finance.
Transform a memorable occasion into something unforgettable by hosting your celebrations at Goodnestone Park, a stunning stately home in the wonderful Garden of England in Kent .
Goodnestone’s charm is a magical combination of history, romance and beauty. Home to the same family since built in 1704, it is now sensitively restored to its former glory. Mixing traditional luxury with a contemporary vibe, its fabulous without being formal and the views are breathtaking.
A perfect combination of the depths of the country and yet only an hour and half from Central London. The renowned gardens lovingly referred to as ‘Sissinghurst without the crowds’ set the scene for your stay at this beautiful Queen Anne Gem. Jane Austen was a frequent visitor as her brother married into the family that owned it and the house inspired her to write Pride and Prejudice after her stay.
There are lots of activities on offer, sports and spa treatments; gardens and gastronomy, country pursuits and culture; history and heritage and experienced staff will prepare the house just for you. Food at Goodenstone is a moveable feast. The house can be fully catered or resident guests can self-cater, just ask us for details. We can arrange cookery classes, helicopter rides, wine tasting, whatever the occasion, let us help arrange your itinerary and make your stay special.
Ideal for weddings, celebrations or a business meeting, Goodnestone is a blank canvas for an infinite variety of activities.
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