See why so many travellers make No64 at the Joiners their boutique hotel of choice when visiting West Malling. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the boutique hotel.
The property also boasts a lounge, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Frank's Restaurant and Mussel Bar, McCoy's, and Humphrey's, all of which are a short distance from No64 at the Joiners.
West Malling is also home to Coldrum Long Barrow, a popular historic site that is not too far from No64 at the Joiners.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at No64 at the Joiners as you experience all of the things West Malling has to offer.
I recently stayed here and would highly recommend it as a place to stay. When I arrived I was made to feel very welcome. The rooms were very clean, comfortable and modern. There is a pub downstairs with a great atmosphere. The area of West Malling is a lovely country village with a choice of bars and restaurants. I will defiantly be staying again soon!
We stayed here overnight when attending a wedding in Kent. The room was very clean, the staff were friendly and simple grab & go breakfast was ideal for us. The pub downstairs was nice where we had a drink there before heading out for the evening. Would definitely stay again.
Room not really worth £160, more like £60. The rooms being above the road. I have stayed here before, but owners were very rude and not understanding, even after I apologised for something I didnt do, and then they cancelled my booking, Anyone who thinks about staying here my advice is "Stay elsewhere "
We booked three rooms for a girls weekend and had a really lovely stay. beautifully decorated and staff who went out of their way to help. Two rooms had beautiful big baths and the showers were great. Big comfy beds. We didn't eat in the pub - but used our hosts advice to sample some of the local cafes and restaurants of which there were many to choose from. It was a great small historic town with lots of interesting shops.
Not really a 'boutique hotel' as they describe themselves, more a pub with rooms. When we registered, we were shown a scratty piece of A4 paper with details of the outside door code, wifi code and the number of the manager in case of emergencies. We were asked to take a photo of this piece of paper on our phones... it appeared they couldn't manage to print out four copies (there are only four rooms) for the guests. On first entering our room, I noted and appreciated the shutters and curtains at the windows which, as our room was overlooking the street, shut out what would have been a lot of light spill. The en-suite bathroom was lovely, but I was somewhat concerned by the spare toilet roll being kept on the handle of the toilet brush. Not sure how sanitary that is! The room was furnished with a matching suite of furniture, an ornate bed, bedside cupboards, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe. The wardrobe in particular was massive. In height and width about as big as the bed, and far, far too big for the room. It completely dominated the space. The rail inside the wardrobe was very high too. I doubt that anyone under 5' 4" would been able to hang anything up in there. There was no chair, stool or bench to put your clothes on overnight or if you were changing or showering. Next we came to the plug sockets. They were in some odd places. I would imagine the planning of where the sockets went came before the furniture had been measured properly. Both of the plug sockets on one side of the bed were covered by the leg of the bedside table. When the table was moved we found that neither socket actually worked. There was a bedside lamp but that was wired straight into the wall. The switch on the lamp on the other side of the bed was faulty, so the lamp had to be switched on and off at the wall socket. Thankfully the ones on that side of the bed were functioning. Then the electrical appliances. There was a fan, a kettle, a pod style coffee machine and a large tray of coffee, tea and biscuits on the large chest of drawers. They all took up so much space there was very little left to put any of our own possessions down anywhere. The switch on the fan didn't work (are you sensing a theme here?) and when we asked the manager about this, we were told it had to be switched on and off at the wall socket. When we returned to our room after our evening out, we discovered the fan was plugged in to an extension lead of four sockets which was left dangling down the side of the chest of drawers. All the electrical items were plugged in to this lead. When the fan was switched on it was incredibly noisy, it sounded like the thing was about to fall apart. Neither of us had a good night's sleep. The bed linen was of reasonable quality, but the pillows were flat, thin and hard. All four of them. The mattress was cheap, thin and uncomfortable. The pub below (which is below all four of the rooms) was playing pop music quite loudly which made it impossible to relax. The music was switched off at 11.15pm, but then the staff were closing up for the night. The windows below our room were closed with such firmness that the entire room shook. I'm really pleased we'd decided not to have breakfast there. £14 a head is more than a little steep, and to be honest after the disaster of the room, we weren't expecting very much from the catering. We paid £140 for one night in this room. Yes, we could have mentioned these problems to the manager, but as he was a temporary I don't think it would have been fair on him. And I would be very surprised indeed if the hotel owners had no idea about all the things wrong with that room.…