Hotel of The Month: Eastwell Manor
A romantic atmosphere within a secluded environment – Eastwell Manor never fails to impress.
This ancient residence is equipped with all the modern trappings you’d expect, such as extensive spa facilities which offer pampering sessions in an award winning beauty and therapy salon.
Along with the fine dining, wonderful rooms and the surrounding countryside, Eastwell Manor is an obvious choice as Atlas Helicopters’ Hotel of the Month.
The Helipad at Eastwell Manor
Soak Away your Troubles…
Eastwell Manor boasts a handful of solutions to help you wind down. Relax in the therapy pool or jacuzzi, cleanse yourself in the steam room and sauna, or take a dip in the heated outdoor pool to complete your aquatic experience.
You can get active on the golf course, the all-weather tennis court or petanque pitches and a croquet lawn, before settling down to afternoon tea on the terrace, gazing across the North Downs.
Eat and Sleep Well at Eastwell
Savour the moment with an exclusive dining experience at The Manor Restaurant. It serves an impressive lunch and dinner menu, complimented by an exquisite wine list.
If you’d prefer something a little more seclusive, Private Dining can cater for 8 to 80 people. Your guests will be in delighted by their careful attention to detail.
Fine Dining at Eastwell Manor
With the building dating back to the Norman Conquest, there are many interesting features, such as carved panelled rooms, massive baronial stone fireplaces, all set in a quiet and tranquil atmosphere.
A selection of the rooms and suites have four poster beds; with some having separate lounges and private dining facilities.
There is More to the Manor
If you are looking to be entertained during your stay, Eastwell Manor have events to suit every mood, here are just a few.
The Spooky Ball on Saturday, 31st October will host a candlelit dinner within the gothic walls of the manor. You can dance away to the live band till midnight.
For budding historians, their Trafalgar Day Dinner on Wednesday, 21st October. This four course dinner will be accompanied by two guest speakers; Kate Williams and David McDine on Emma Hamilton and Frontline Kent.
If you love luxury and sparkling Champagne, then the Moët and Chandon Black Tie Gourmet Dinner is for you. This ‘Evening of Indulgence’ will take place on Friday, 20th November and will feature a seven course gourmet dinner with wines and champagnes from the Moët Hennessy range – introduced by Mark Thompson of Moët & Chandon.
Arrive in Style
Make your trip even more rewarding, with a helicopter charter to Eastwell Manor and arrive in a sparkling mood with complimentary champagne. Just pick your departure point and we’ll arrange every aspect of the flight.