HEVER CASTLE

Buildings and Architecture

EDENBRIDGE ~ KENT

Hever Castle
Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, dates from 1270. The Tudor Village, which adjoins the Castle, was created during the period 1903-1908 by American millionaire, William Waldorf Astor, for his family and guests. Today, the Tudor Village is used for residential conferences and private dining.

Tulip Bedroom
ACCOMMODATION

There are 20 individually designed bedrooms all with their own bathroom and modern day facilities within the Tudor Village. There are an additional five bedrooms in the imposing Stables House (100 yards for the Tudor House).
LOCATION
30 miles south of London n the beautiful Kent countryside.
1 hour from Heathrow, 30 minutes from Gatwick.

OTHER FACILITIES

Outdoor heated swimming pool, all weather tennis court, croquet lawn and billiard room. Private guided tours of Hever Castle. Golf, laser clay pigeon shooting, archery, falconry, fishing and horse riding can be arranged on the estate or nearby.

Tudor Suite

Name of rooms
Tudor Suite Dining Hall
Breakfast Room
Sitting Room
Music Room
Castle Dining Room
Castle Inner Hall
Size
35’x18′
23’x12′
25’x12′
25’x12′
30’x18′
.
Conference Capacity
60
.
16
.
22
.
Dining Capacity
64
.
32
.
40
.
Reception Capacity
100
.
.
30
.
70