The Conningbrook Hotel, Ashford

The Conningbrook Hotel

Spacious and welcoming, The Conningbrook Hotel in Ashford offers fabulous accommodation near the Ashford International Eurostar station.

The hotel boasts 29 brilliantly-appointed en-suite rooms, and makes the ideal place to stay ahead of a European adventure.

The Conningbrook Hotel is also renowned as one of Ashford’s best pubs – serving up great fresh food and drink including Shepherd Neame real ales. So whether you’re here for a weekend stay, or just a quick bite to eat, you can enjoy our lovely restaurant area, spacious bar and a large popular garden that makes for a blissful summer retreat.

And when you have something special to celebrate, two fully-equipped function rooms set The Conningbrook apart as one of the best function venues in Ashford– perfect for parties, weddings or business events.

All this within close reach of the M20 motorway, the Eurostar terminal and central London – not to mention the charming villages of Chilham, Wye and Tenterden.

Ashford’s community pub

Sponsor of local football teams and host to regular quizzes and barbecues, The Conningbrook Hotel is at the heart of events in Ashford.

The whole family is welcome (including the dog!) - and thanks to a children’s play area and large garden, there’s plenty for the kids to enjoy while you relax over dinner and drinks.

Accommodation near Eurostar, Ashford

Offering great value accommodation near Ashford’s Eurostar terminal, The Conningbrook Hotel in Ashford is also handily placed for:

What our customers say:

We would like to say what a wonderful two night stay we had. The staff were friendly and quick to help throughout the whole stay. Staying the night in their beautiful rooms and comfy beds was a real treat. Breakfast was wonderful and the whole hotel was clean and well decorated." Becky

After a long search to find a pleasant pub to have a decent meal in/near Ashford, it was a pleasure to eat at the Conningbrook. The service was friendly and I'll be eating here for definite whenever I'm in Ashford. Gordon