Dating all the way back to 1616, the historic Jacobean mansion has been carefully restructured into a 70-cover restaurant, pub and boutique hotel. With nine luxury hotel rooms, it also features a charming terrace and three acres of gardens.
Boys Hall opened after a three-year painstaking restoration by new owners Kristie and Bradley Lomas who took over the Grade II-listed building in 2019. This historic hotel opened to critical acclaim, and has just landed a listing in the Michelin Guide.
The nine bedrooms have their own unique character and take inspiration from the local area. All rooms feature drench showers, fluffy towels, fine English linen on Hypnos beds, locally roasted coffee complimented by a range of Debonair teas and infusions, complimentary water, wi-fi and home-made treats from the kitchen.
For those who crave relaxation they can soak in one of the roll top baths or gaze out of the windows overlooking the gardens.
Dining and eating takes place in three settings – restaurant, terrace and bar. Food showcases the best that Kent has to offer with its kitchen team inspired with fresh, local and seasonal produce. Much of the menu is cooked over fire and changes with the seasons. A curated wine cellar is brimming with Kentish and international vintages and expertly crafted cocktails are available to enjoy at any time of the day.
Boys Hall offers more than just the luxury food and accommodation with events to excite from wine dinners and fire cooking to vineyard tours and floristry workshops.
Whether you just want to sink into an armchair, nestle by the fire, wander the wild country garden or just eat the finest Kent ingredient the venue has something for everyone.