Amongst the hustle and bustle of the M2 lies The Inn on the Lake Hotel, an oasis of calm set in twelve acres of woodland and nature. This relaxing and friendly hotel environment is perfect for families, couples, those attending on business and wedding guests. Transport links are excellent with easy access to the M2, M20 and M25 motorways available. Free, private parking is provided. The hotel also includes disabled access, ground floor rooms and a lift serving all floors. Children are welcome and pets can stay by arrangement.
Whether the bride or groom or just a casual visitor to Kent, there's guaranteed to be a room to suit your needs. Each of the 80 bedrooms at the hotel comes complete with a modern en-suite bathroom, hairdryer, direct dial telephone Freeview TV, tea/coffee making facilities, breakfast and Wi-Fi access (for a small charge).
Single, double, twin and family rooms (sleeping up to two adults and two children) available.
Make it a wedding night to remember with one of two four poster bridal suites.
Grab a bite to eat at the fully licensed Fisherman's Bar and Restaurant, conveniently located near the hotel reception. It's a great place to meet up and enjoy a quiet, sociable drink or range of hot and cold bar snacks. Alternatively, the Willow Restaurant has a menu with a great national and international feel. There's also an extensive wine list and the chef's daily table d’hôte.
Create lasting memories, the kind that will stay with you for the rest of your life by getting married at The Inn on the Lake. With decades of experience, the dedicated wedding and events team ensure that every detail is perfect. There are a number of packages to choose from so things can be tailored to exactly your taste.
Training days for large corporations, intimate business meetings, presentations and even interviews can be hosted at the hotel. 4 to 400 people can be accommodated for and there are special rates if you're here on business and would also like a room for the night. Ideally located just off the A2, the hotel has direct links to London and the coast.