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Historic Accommodation In Ashford: Eastwell Manor
Eastwell Manor has a history that extends back to the sixteenth century. Richard Plantagenet, son of Richard the Third is supposed to have lived on the estate. Since then Eastwell Manor has continued its royal connection with Queen Victoria and Edward the Seventh staying here. The Manor has many interesting features - carved panelled rooms, and massive baronial stone fireplaces. There are twenty three tastefully decorated and furnished en-suite rooms and suites, each one named after a former owner of Eastwell Manor. The old eigtheenth century stables have been turned into nineteen self catering appartments, offering one, two or three bedroom accommodation.
The manor stands in three thousand acres of parkland, and sixty acres of garden.
Eastwell Manor has two twenty metre swimming pools, a range of spa treatments, a brasserie, and an award winning restaurant.