Just returned from a 3 night stay at Goss Hall. Maggie made us feel very welcome. We stayed in one of the room or should I say more like a suite, in the Annexe. This was the old grain store I believe and has been converted into 2 lovely decorated rooms. The location is stunning…
Travelling back from France to the North West, we decided to get through the Tunnel and then stop. We had looked at a rather notable hotel in the town, but their web site was misleading and they really did not like dogs. HOW GOOD WAS THAT. Instead we stayed at this wonderful B&B…
This B&B is very classy, Myself & Husband recieved a very warm welcome from Maggie the owner who is so helpful and kind she really knows how to make someone feel welcome, we stayed for one night for our Wedding Anniversary, our room was so beautifully decorated and all the…
Lovely place. Very welcoming Clean modern rooms A very comfortable bed Staff very friendly Definitely would recommend A country retreat Great value for your money Hope to return in the future Beautiful country views surrounding Goss hall
High quality and thoughtful care in every respect with a healthy rather than blandly traditional breakfast choice. Quiet, rural and pleasant location apart from some slight background rush-hour traffic noise from nearby roads. Excellent and relaxing base for exploring East Kent.
"They are all very spacious and nice."
"The Sebastopol room has stunning wide open space views of the garden and a massive bath and bed and also huge windows."
"Harlequin if you need easy access to the garden for a dog"
"Some rooms have a view over the lake and stream"
"All rooms have the best beds, great bath/showers and views, the 2 rooms in the hayloft are right next to the main house"