Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club
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- 18-hole PGA championship course
- Swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym
- Free parking at hotel
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Surrounded by lush countryside, the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club sits in the garden of England, within easy reach of the amazing Leeds Castle, stunning Canterbury Cathedral and all the splendour of central London. Although there are many attractions close by you may not want to venture away from the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club where relaxation and luxury hit a magnificent peak.
For golf fans the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club is the perfect place for a weekend away, with an 18-hole PGA championship course onsite. If golf isn’t your thing, don’t worry, the hotel also boasts an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and gym, so whether you want to unwind or get energised there is something for everyone.
After enjoying the luxury facilities at the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club move over to the fabulous Conical Restaurant which offers simple. seasonal, stylish food and surroundings. Open for Breakfast and Dinner.
After an altogether fantastic day at the Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel & Country Club you can retreat to a spacious, stylish and superbly appointed guest rooms. With an elegant en-suite and luxury furnishings in every hotel room a good night’s sleep is guaranteed.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Mini bar
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Golf Course (18-hole) Free: No
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: BEARSTEAD
- Distance: 1 mile
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Bearstead Distance: 1 mile
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
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Golf break 2017
Stay Date: 05/2017, holidayman86 wrote this review.
Absolutely stunning. Thanks to all the staff that made our annual golf break one to remember. Right from start to finish, the hotel & grounds were simply amazing. The food was great to. We stayed for 2 nights which included 2x breakfast & 2x evening… See more
Absolutely stunning. Thanks to all the staff that made our annual golf break one to remember. Right from start to finish, the hotel & grounds were simply amazing. The food was great to. We stayed for 2 nights which included 2x breakfast & 2x evening meal. Buffet style choice so if you like your grub, you won't go hungry. The golf course was in mint condition, bar two holes, where they had temporary tee boxes, but this can't be helped, as the current ones were having a makeover. The rooms were spacious, nice beds, nice ensuite shower room. All in all 10/10 Great work Marriott Collapse
Wouldn't go again!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Joseph W wrote this review.
I rang to book a 1 night 'surprise' treat getaway for myself and my partner. I have mobility issues and am registered disabled. Despite ringing the 'local' number, I was put through to Central Reservations. I explained that I had mobility issues and … See more
I rang to book a 1 night 'surprise' treat getaway for myself and my partner. I have mobility issues and am registered disabled. Despite ringing the 'local' number, I was put through to Central Reservations. I explained that I had mobility issues and found it difficult to walk, but have major difficulty getting up and down steps/stairs requested a walk-in shower, and wanted a Terrace as my partner is a smoker. The girl on the phone was understanding, and said that she would make a note on the system but couldn't guarantee a ground level accessed room but there were lifts. I said that this was fine and presumed that she had understood what registered disabled with mobility issues meant! I asked for dinner to be included in the package to make it a more relaxing getaway with everything in one place - and much easier for me! My initial thoughts when entering the hotel was a fresh clean quirky futuristic reception area. My partner went on ahead to pick up the keys and asked for a late check out. The room was downstairs, but there was a lift. Exiting the lift I had (what seemed like a marathon to me) to go down 2 long corridors to get to the room. The room was clean fresh and had some lovely touches...a lovely 42" smart tv which connects to your phone/tablet via bluetooth. A nespresso coffee machine, full size kettle, 2 x waffle robes and slippers. Kingsize bed, 1 chair, a coffee table, a door leading to a small patio area overlooking the golf course and wedding gazebo. The bathroom was clean and tidy with lovely toiletries, the shower was over the bath, but, the bath was so high I didn't think that I would be cleaning any part of myself due to logistics!!! We spent a couple of hours just relaxing in the room and on the terrace, which again had a step down but with my partner's help and grabbing onto the door frame and using my sticks and shear determination I managed to get in and out a couple of times, but mainly stayed inside the room. Dinner time: Marathon no.2, getting back to reception, it took time but again it had to be done, but I was getting extremely tired. Pain starts to fill my entire body if I over exert myself, and despite the couple of hours relaxing, getting back to reception, undid those couple of hours for me. My partner, however, was feeling more relaxed and was excited to see the restaurant and menu. To get to the bar and restaurant there were stairs, to me it was like looking at Everest, as no alternative was available, I HAD to climb them.....a receptionist looked at me, smiled, and continued tapping her keyboard! My partner went on ahead of me and upon joining him, I was informed that there was only one restaurant - The Cast Iron Grill, my heart sank! We had booked our table for 8.30pm and arrived at 8.30pm. We were told by the Maître d' that they were really busy and would we mind waiting in the bar for half an hour. We didn't mind, and went to have a drink (up some stairs again!) we sat at the bar and could see the restaurant entrance wondering what culinary delights were waiting for us. The Maître d' came over to see if we were ok, and we asked if we could see the menu so that could decide and order immediately upon being seated. He swiftly returned with an A4 sheet of paper attached on a hard cardboard clipboard - THIS was the menu, I was totally horrified, and looking at the menu was even more of a shock. Basically the menu was an expensive version of a Harvester menu, with a lot less choice! Vegetables, Side salads (which weren't even available) were extras. Finding nothing interesting, I stuck to bog standard favourites. My partner was uninspired, but we were adamant to make it a fun night nonetheless! We hadn't seen anyone leave the restaurant, as we could see the entrance to the 'restaurant' from where we were sitting at the bar, we were shown in by the maître d' and the restaurant was empty apart from 3 couples - we were taken aback, as we had been told they were REALLY busy!! My boyfriend ordered for us, we were having a starter each (my boyfriend ordered the scallops and I had the Charcuterie to share with my partner, and it was a good job we were sharing - my partners starter had 3 scallops on the plate!!), Main course: my boyfriend ordered the shoulder of lamb and rump, and ordered spinach and dauphinois potatoes as extras. I went for the Rib-Eye steak rare with bearnaise sauce and asked if I could have a side salad to go with it. As there wasn't any to choose from and the maître d' wasn't sure if this was possible he would have to ask. I said that I had booked the dinner package and was told that it was £30 each towards the meal and then everything else would be charged as per the price on the menu. The maître d' did say that they normally have a special menu for the dinner package, but this wasn't available, so this was the only option!! At this point, I was in a lot of pain and very hungry - I said that was ok, it really was too late, as we were already there and sitting at the table!! My partner asked the maître d' if there was a good burgundy - he didn't know and said that my partner could choose from the wine cupboard, we had the Rioja which was delicately balanced and smooth to drink. The starters were lovely, a bit on the small side. But we're lovely. When the mains arrived, my partner had on his plate a slither slice of lamb shoulder, a minute rump of lamb and a dollop of squash. The spinach looked cooked well and the dauphinois was a 1" wide by 3" long slice!!!! My 'rib-eye' didn't look like a rib-eye, this alone was £28.50!! This arrived with fries in wired basket, half a tomato (raw) and a flat mushroom. The bearnaise sauce was so runny it flooded the plate. I was given a steak knife and we tucked in. It was cooked medium to well, but I was hungry and needed to eat. The steak was so tough it was like sawing a plank of wood, and incredibly chewy. My partner said it needed to go back. My partner's spinach had to go back too, as it hadn't been washed and was very gritty! Dessert wasn't going to be an option, I just wanted to leave. Our local pub has far superior food than that food, and the prices were incredibly inflated for what you get. The waiting staff were attentive and understanding. We left a tip £20 for the waiting staff (as they were attentive and understanding). We went back to the room and went to bed. The pillows were weird, one large square one that neither of us could really use, but had to fold in half to get a bit of height, and a standard pillow, which when your head was on this, didn't have enough filling and you sank to the mattress level. As the mattress was on a divan on wheels, no propping against the headboard was possible, as the pillows kept falling down the back and both of us kept having our heads smacked against the wooden headboard (which was attached to the wall). Both of us woke up in the morning after a not so peaceful sleep, with bad backs, as the bed was incredible soft, saggy in the middle which meant we kept rolling into the middle! My partner asked if I wanted a coffee, as the plan was to have a relax in the spa before room service breakfast booked for 10.45-11.00am. We were both so tired, and I couldn't move from the bed due to immense pain and lack of sleep and my partner managed to get up. He went to the nespresso machine, the capsules weren't nespresso and were either coffee or decaf - generic coffee which wasn't nice - but at this point wet and warm was ok. I really wanted to get up and have a shower, having not showered before dinner the night before, I really needed to wash. My partner managed to help me get up with me using my sticks (imagine a newborn baby deer trying to stand and walk for the first time!!) and with a bit of lifting I was in the bath ready for a shower....my partner's back was now in agony, as was mine, but it felt lovely being able to wash. Getting out and again with my partners help, I sat on the side of the bath, got one leg over the side but simply couldn't get my left leg out of the bath. After sitting there cold and still stuck, My partner had to force my leg up and over which really hurt me, sending extreme agony shoot up and down my right side making me feel incredibly sick!! We dried me off and my partner dressed me, and propped me up on the bed to try and rest, relax and get my back out of spasm! Breakfast arrived and was actually the highlight of the stay. The view from the 'terrace' was relaxing too. I should point out, that our local area was Linton, about 20 mins from the hotel, and this was supposed to be a relaxing enjoyable treat - a bit of luxury. Having stayed in a 4* hotel (Ashdown Park Hotel) for the same price, which has impeccable service, amazing dinners, breakfast, and massage treatments included. Plus proper nespresso and literally no problem is too small. I should have booked there again. I couldn't believe that I now had to go to reception and pay for this stay. Staying in a Premier Inn would have given us the same experience but with a much more comfortable bed, the same food, but at a normal price. The Marriott Tudor Park Hotel and Country Club gives the impression that it is of the same standard as a 4* hotel, it isn't anywhere near that standard, I have no idea how they've managed to pass any standards to be honest. The staff were the only saving grace, as they were trying to be of a high standard. I explained all of this to the reception Manager, who didn't apologise, just said that she would pass the comments on. Plus, as a gesture, she said that the mini bar snacks we had eaten (small pringles tub, mixed nuts, a kit Kat and a small dairy milk bar and a can of Pepsi) were wiped off the bill and she had removed the restaurant service charge. Although she had done this, it really wasn't enough to placate me. She said that there was a lift to the bar, and I shouldn't have had to climb the stairs to the restaurant.....something that the receptionist who looked at me at the time didn't feel should be mentioned??? I beg you not to book here, go to a Premier Inn and eat out. If you need a gym, pay for a one day membership. You will spend a lot less money and have a much more restful and enjoyable stay. If you want Luxury - Ashdown Park Hotel is highly recommended. I would give them 6 out of 5 stars. The Tudor Park Hotel and Country Club I would give 1 star (this is simply for the attentiveness of the staff) otherwise I wouldn't have graded it. Maybe a head office representative should go there undercover and see what they think of the hotel. I would also ask them to invite someone with mobility issues to assess the hotel from their point of view. Apparently there is one disabled access room in the whole hotel, and this was booked. No other rooms have disabled access or are even mobility friendly. Wow! I am appalled! I wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone, I didn't feel relaxed at all, I am in more pain than when I arrived, sleep deprived and now I'm into the second day of bed rest at home to recover, and have considerably less money than a couple of days ago! Angry and very upset! Collapse
Accommodating & Disabllity Services
Stay Date: 05/2017, ribena001 wrote this review.
Firstly I must thank all the staff for making my stay so wonderful! The staff catered for my inability to walk and had a wheelchair to hand. They had no notice of my arrival with this need n mind. They managed to find me a wonderful room with a wal… See more
Firstly I must thank all the staff for making my stay so wonderful! The staff catered for my inability to walk and had a wheelchair to hand. They had no notice of my arrival with this need n mind. They managed to find me a wonderful room with a walk in shower w suite where I could leave the wheelchair. I had a room with a kingsize bed, large smart tv, coffee and tea facilities, hairdryer, mini fridge, the best part was we could open our bedroom door to the terrace next to a marquee and overlooking the golf course. Breakfast was Buffett style and I was able to use the wheelchair in the room. We ordered room service and made full use of this service as well as tipping. Thank you to all the staff. Room 106. Collapse
Wow...what a great golf course!
Stay Date: 05/2017, FreshenUP wrote this review.
Played golf with 2 of my friends on this pristine course and I can happily say we loved playing all 18 holes. Every aspect of the course we beautifully maintained from the T box, fairway, bunkers and greens to the woodland areas in which we searched … See more
Played golf with 2 of my friends on this pristine course and I can happily say we loved playing all 18 holes. Every aspect of the course we beautifully maintained from the T box, fairway, bunkers and greens to the woodland areas in which we searched on a couple of occasions for our stray balls. The bar at the 19th hole gave us an opportunity to refresh ourselves after 4 1/2 hours of golf and boy did we knock back our drinks. There was food available at the bar and being a Marriot hotel, dinner in the restaurant if we had wanted it. We actually ventured into Bearsted Green and enjoyed a few beers at the pub on the green. Very nice. I would highly recommend this golf course. Collapse
Nice Hotel... Mostly Friendly and Helpful Staff
Stay Date: 05/2017, Mark W wrote this review.
My wife and I stayed at this hotel from May 4 through the morning of May 8. We booked here because the type of accommodation we wanted was available and previous reviews were good. We were doing daily driving trips. The hotel is convenient for dri… See more
My wife and I stayed at this hotel from May 4 through the morning of May 8. We booked here because the type of accommodation we wanted was available and previous reviews were good. We were doing daily driving trips. The hotel is convenient for driving trips to the east, north, southwest and southeast. When we drove west of M25 surrounding London, we hit awful traffic around London on the way back to the hotel. This type of traffic snarl is apparently quite common on M25, so the hotel is not a convenient place to stay if you need to negotiate that highway on your day trips. We had a 10 AM flight home out of Heathrow on Monday. Having to get to the airport two hours before that, we inquired at the desk and some bus drivers at the hotel about what time we should get on the road. They all suggested that we start at 5 AM because there are always accidents on M25 and we could encounter long delays, even early in the morning. We got up around 4:15 AM and hit the road at 5 AM as suggested. As it turned out that morning, we sailed through and got back the Heathrow at 6:15 AM. Now for the hotel. The lobby is clean and modern looking. When we checked in the staff was warm and welcoming. I am a Marriott Gold Elite member so I have stayed at many Marriott properties. I was greeted by a young lady named Melanie who was most helpful and pleasant. Our room was small but nice. The TV was the largest I have ever seen in a hotel room. The bathroom was small but well-appointed. Some of the woodwork around the doorway could use some painting. The temperature control was good and the beds were comfortable. When we were preparing for our day trips most of the staff was very helpful. Special recognition to Ciara at the front desk who helped us immensely with printing boarding passes for our trip home as the business computer and printer were out of service. The one bad experience my wife encountered was with one young lady at the front desk whose name we didn't get. She had long black hair with bangs. My wife stood at the counter waiting for her to help her and she just ignored my wife for some time. On another occasion my wife inquired of this same lady where we might find a pair of generic reading glasses for me, as I had lost mine. This lady was curt and couldn't offer any help or suggestion. Another good experience was in the very early morning hours when we were preparing to leave. While my wife was getting ready I ventured out into the lobby to see if there was coffee to be obtained anywhere in the hotel. The lobby was deserted, but I was approached by an employee who turned out to be a concierge named Roy. He asked me what he could help me with. He ended up going well out of his way and brought back two large travel cups of coffee for me and my wife. I know it took some time and effort at that time of the morning and I appreciated his efforts. This is a resort hotel with a golf course. I did not play golf on this trip, but if you are looking for a golf destination the course looks very nice and the accommodations are clean and comfortable. Collapse
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