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Escape from the Everyday

It’s not just great beer and pubs that Shepherd Neame is known for. Britain’s oldest brewer also offers stylish and comfortable accommodation at a range of unique venues across London and the South East, with more than 300 rooms available.

From boutique-style hotels in stunning coastal locations, to 15th century timber-framed pubs in beautiful villages, there is something to suit everyone.

And whichever hotel you choose, you can be sure of a warm welcome, excellent food and drink, and a good night’s sleep.

Use code WEBDIRECT for 10% off your room booking

Bell Hotel, Sandwich

Overlooking the River Stour in the heart of the beautiful medieval town of Sandwich, The Bell Hotel has been welcoming guests to the town since Tudor times.

Botany Bay Hotel, Kingsgate, Broadstairs

A stylish coastal escape situated on the clifftop at Kingsgate, boasting panoramic views over the eponymous bay, famed for its golden sands.

Crown Inn, Chislehurst *newly refurbished*

A warm and welcoming pub in the popular village of Chislehurst, the Crown Inn has been providing relaxation and refreshment since 1874.

Dog & Bear, Lenham

Originally built in 1602, the Dog and Bear Hotel in Lenham combines the friendly atmosphere of a local pub with all the comforts of a stylish hotel and restaurant.

Duke of Cumberland, Whitstable *newly refurbished*

Situated in the heart of the popular coastal town of Whitstable, the Duke of Cumberland is a unique place to dine, drink and stay.

The Evenhill, Littlebourne

Originally built as cottages in the 16th century, the historic pub with rooms is situated in the rural village of Littlebourne, near Canterbury. 

George Hotel, Cranbrook

Dating back to 1300, The George is one of the most historic buildings in the charming town of Cranbrook, surrounded by the beautiful Weald countryside.

Marine Hotel, Whitstable

Located just outside the popular seaside town of Whitstable, the Marine Hotel offers uninterrupted views over the grassy banks rolling down to the pebbled beach.

Millers Arms, Canterbury

One of the top-rated pub hotels in Canterbury, the Millers Arms is a fine place to drink, dine and stay in the cathedral city.

Royal Hotel, Deal

Boasting a seafront setting in the quaint coastal town of Deal, The Royal Hotel is the perfect destination for a seaside escape.

Royal Albion Hotel, Broadstairs

An historic seafront hotel with a commanding position on the clifftop overlooking Broadstairs’ Viking Bay. The landmark hotel was a favourite of author Charles Dickens.

Ship & Trades, Chatham Maritime

The Ship & Trades is a contemporary bar, restaurant and hotel overlooking one of the yacht basins at the former Royal Naval Dockyard, offering panoramic views across the River Medway to historic Upnor Castle.

Sun Inn, Faversham

Just a short stroll from the Shepherd Neame brewery, the Sun Inn is a beautiful old town-centre inn where history and heritage shine.