If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Maidstone, look no further than Grange Moor Hotel.
While staying at Grange Moor Hotel, visitors can check out Town Hall (0.7 mi) and All Saints The Parish Church of Maidstone (0.7 mi), some of Maidstone's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Grange Moor Hotel offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper. Guests of Grange Moor Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Maidstone be sure to experience local tapas favourites at La Taberna or Buenos Aires Nights Steakhouse.
During your visit, be sure to check out Maidstone Museum (0.8 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Grange Moor Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We stayed over Saturday night as we were collecting a new car in the area the room was a reasonable price as only booked a couple of days before. When we arrived we were greeted with a warm welcome and everything explained thoroughly. The room was a little dated but very clean tidy and well presented, bathroom was very clean. We had a drink in the bar the young lady that served us was very pleasant and welcoming she arrange for us to have a table for an evening meal. The food was lovely my partner she had a pizza which was home made it was lovely I had the Gammon again that was lovely too good size portions and everything reasonably priced
The hotel staff were all lovely and welcoming however both 2 rooms posed hazards. One had a wet floor and leak causing a slip hazard and the second has a huge step down to the bathroom with no warning leading to a member of the family to fall and hurt herself! Over all it was ample for what we needed but if you’re looking for something for more than one night I’d recommend elsewhere. #faultytowers
Booked a table for 8 people for the Sunday Carvery. Booking was made 3 weeks before the date. Turned up and they’d clearly forgotten the booking as there was a private function on. We were asked to wait in the back room with no information why they worked out what had happened. We were then set up with a table in the bar and were then forgotten once again, after 40 minutes there were no menus, apologies or assistance. Errors are made, I get that, but we were treated with arrogance rather than humility. The staff appeared to have no direction and then two ‘senior’ people we ended up speaking to were rude and just made excuses. The Grangemoor has always had a reputation for being friendly and welcoming but things have clearly changed. Needless to say we won’t be returning.
My family went for Afternoon Tea today having been in the past. It was the worst afternoon tea I have ever had. It was almost like the chef hadn't ever made an Afternoon Tea before. The sandwiches were nicely presented on 3 slates but the fillings weren't great and pretty bland. A mix of white and brown bread, nothing special and the fillings were salmon, cucumber which were very thinly sliced, grated cheese and lastly I think was beef with horseradish. We ate about half of these. Then we had scones, one plain and one fruit. We didn't get a pot of jam or clotted cream. Instead they were already made up like scone sandwiches and then lastly we have the awful cakes. Everywhere I've had Afternoon Tea, and I've had a fair few, has served 3/4 individual fresh cakes including a mouse (usually). This one was a carrot cake or ginger cake cut into 6 pieces from a large one which tasted stale and a chocolate torte again cut into 6 pieces from a large one which had a cardboard taste at the bottom. The chef was told but just said he had already sliced off the bottom of the carrot/ginger cake to make it the right size so couldn't understand why we said it tasted cardboardy. The lovely lady who waited us did say "perhaps next time we don't order the afternoon tea". We settled up and left vowing not to return.…
I booked a double room with a bath many weeks ago and arrived 29th July - 1st August 2021. I arrived to be taken to a VERY small double. Thankfully my hisband didn't come with me because at 6ft 2in snd 20stone it would have been cramped. I was very upset knowing I was here for 4 nights. Anyway when I tried to put the bath on it didn't work, the tap wouldn't switch over from shower to bath. Went to Reception and was told I was given a big bath but I said it's no point having a bath if it doesn't work. I was moved to their annex. Handed a ftont door key to let myself into the buildinf and a keyless fob for the room door. A sightly bigger room but not a bath but a tub of sorts. I was angry but it was getting Late, so I showered and walked up the road for dinner which was tasty but as a woman on their own walking back along the road to go to my room wasn't great. I cut short my break and was refunded 1st August night and when I left I told the receptionist that I think it's wrong sending a woman on their own to a separate building. I was told they could put me in a room in the main building, but too late, I'm now in a local Premier Inn, much better. Lovely size room, bath fantastic. I know now to book a chain break away rather then a sole hotel. The room etc was tidy, a little outdated, but please don't send a woman on their up up to the Annex and when someone books a room with bath, make sure it works.…