Hookstead House is a restored and renovated building dating back to the mid sixteenth century. There is a wealth of beams and original features giving a warm and welcoming ambience. Hookstead started life as a cottage in 1560 and over the next centuries, was developed into a large farmhouse, finally having a Victorian wing added in the early 1900's.
The farmhouse kitchen at the heart of the house combines effortlessly the charm of earlier times with every modern convenience and has a five star rating from Ashford Borough Council for its catering facilities.
The peace and tranquillity of the Guests’ sitting room opens out into the private enclosed rose garden and is perfect for contemplation, reading and afternoon tea. Enjoy relaxing by a roaring log fire in the winter. The sitting room has a variety of board games and reading material.
You can feel the years of history and the individual life stories of the people who lived in Hookstead House and the overall atmosphere is one of welcome and friendliness.