Often described as the ‘loveliest castle in the world,’ the Leeds Castle Kent dates its origins back to 857AD. It was initially owned by a Saxon family and was passed down over generations until Edward Ⅰ bought it in 1278. Edward Ⅰ and his queen Eleanor of Castile made significant improvements to the castle, adding regal beauty. As the castle was passed down over generations of royals, its beauty only flourished and thrived each year. Today the beautiful structure, surrounded by River Len, is open to the public and even offers accommodation fit for royals.
Stable Courtyard B&B is the perfect unwinding experience within the royal beauty of Leeds Castle. Enjoy a full English continental breakfast served to you in the 17th century oak-beamed Castle view restaurant. You can also reserve tables to get an unbridled view of the lit-up Castle at night and enjoy daily chef’s specials with fresh local produce.
Experience the breathtaking views from the 16th century Maiden Tower at Leeds Castle that offers accommodation in 5 period-style rooms. The Head chef prepares daily specials with native ingredients, which you can enjoy in the oak-beamed Castle view restaurant. An afternoon tea package is available as well, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The prices for these accommodations are subject to change depending on the date and number of visitors. The official website provides the most up-to-date information on the prices.
Formerly known as the Gamekeeper’s house, the Keeper’s house is in a secluded part of the castle grounds. With a view of the weir pond, which is rich in wildlife and waterfowls, it has private parking and BBQ equipment in the backyard. It is a perfect Leeds Castle Accommodation for large gatherings of 10 adults, with 5 huge bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
This luxurious accommodation at Leeds castle provides an escape into the countryside. It is perfect for special occasions and large gatherings with an oak-paneled hall that can accommodate 14 people. There is also an option to hire a skilled chef on request.
This apartment provides a view of parkland and the North Downs adding to the cottage feel with modern furnishings. It is perfect for couples and families. It is located near traditional pubs and some fine restaurants.
Located adjacent to the Keeper’s House, these several hundred-year cottages have an ‘antique meets modern’ style of furnishing throughout. It faces the weir pond and has a large private garden and BBQ & fire pit.
This part of the Leeds Castle accommodation is perfect for large families of up to 12 people. The lodge overlooks the weir pond, flourishing with wildlife and waterfowl. The furnishing is antique with a modern twist which makes for a comfortable and aesthetic ambiance.
This beautiful Edwardian cottage has beautiful patio doors which open into a vast private garden. The cottage gives a beautiful view of the vineyard and the open woodland. It was last occupied by Lady Baillie and has since been refurbished into a modern cottage without severing its antique roots.
Unlike camping, where you ward off mosquitoes all night and sleep on the cold hard ground, glamping provides you with a luxurious experience with the natural beauty of camping.
A. Yes, you can stay inside Leeds Castle. There are various accommodations to pick from here.
A. No, if you are on a budget, cheaper accommodations are available here along with the luxury ones.
A. Yes, there is ample parking available in the Leeds Castle accommodations.
A. For families, The Oast, the Bed & Breakfast options, and Weir Cottage are good options.
A. The pet-friendly accommodation is the Weir Cottage.
A. Some good hotels near Leeds Castle include The Black Horse Inn, The Golden Hope Hotel, and Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club.