Grade I-listed Luxury Accommodation in Kent
New Rooms Now Available in the Main House
The Salutation is, without a doubt, the finest place to stay in Kent. Located in the heart of Sandwich, this stunning building was built by Sir Edwin Lutyens between 1911-1912 for William, Gaspard and Henry Farrer as a weekend retreat to enable them to enjoy the coastal air.
Accommodation is set across eight *new* luxurious bedrooms in the main manor house as well as three charming, self-contained cottages, Knightrider House, The Coach House and Gardener's Cottage, which comprise of nine bedrooms.
Having been hidden and neglected for over a decade, there has been a considerable renovation programme carried out on both the house and its gardens which are now open to the public.
Set within the town and adjacent to the River Stour, surrounded by three-and-a-half acres of delightful Lutyens and Jekyll gardens and almost entirely encircled by the old city walls of Sandwich, the house is afforded a remarkable level of privacy.
Accommodation within reflects the integrity of the house and gardens with unmatched splendour and a truly world class feel to each room. Like a fine claret leaving you with a rounded after-taste, our rooms are tailored for the connoisseur.
Is this Lutyens-designed house and garden Britain's smartest bed and breakfast?
~ FT Weekend Magazine, May 11/12, 2013
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