My wife and I stayed here in the fall for a long weekend in Kent. Here are some of the highlights:
The location is fantastic. On the edge of town, just far enough away to be quiet and secluded enough, while still close to all the shops and restaurants. For both nights of our stay, we walked to a restaurant in town and the walk was very pleasant.
The breakfasts were great - very tasty, and they had no problem accommodating our preferences. There was a nice variety of afternoon snacks and tea each day as well.
The rooms were nice - very spacious and airy with complimentary bottles of water. Had a nice rustic feel, but with modern conveniences.
The property was beautiful and had a nice pastoral feel. The gardens in the backyard were a pleasure to look at and walk through.
Peter was very welcoming right from the start. Very willing to answer any questions we had about activities and dining options, and even made a restaurant reservation for us during afternoon tea as we were just chatting about where to eat.
Not really any other than some spider webs in the bathroom. Not what my wife wanted to see, but when you operate in a natural rustic setting, it is understandable.
We would definitely stay here again if we came back to Kent.
- Also Known As:
- Starbuck Inn b&b
- Starbuck Hotel Kent