Welcome to Cloth Hall Oast
Cloth Hall Oast is a small Hotel B&B is an exceptionally fine conversion of a typical Kentish oast house with a galleried dining room open to the roof with a spectacular wrought iron chandelier and oak beams offering you luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.
Cloth Hall Oast was the Oast House Bed & Breakfast featured on BBC 2 Michael Portillo's Great British Railway Journeys – London Bridge to Hastings episode. More...
The superior accommodation includes three double bedrooms – two with King size beds, one a Four Poster, the other can be a twin. All accommodation includes bath or shower en-suite with television, hairdryer, magazines and radio.
Local garden attractions include Sissinghurst Gardens, Pashley Manor Gardens, Great Dixter, Scotney Castle and Hole Park all within 20 minutes.
Local attractions also include Batemans – Rudyard Kipling's home, Leeds Castle and Rye are close with Chartwell, Penshurst Place, Ightham Mote, Hever Castle, Bodium Castel, Riverhill Himalayan Gardens and Knole half an hour away.
"I would endorse everything that the Good Hotel Guide say about Cloth Hall Oast in Cranbrook. Mrs Morgan is a gallant and splendid woman who runs her charming hotel with elegance and great personal warmth. My sister-in-law and I had a lovely room, an excellent dinner and breakfast. Sissinghurst Gardens are superb and only minutes away" Claire Bloom
"An extremely enjoyable weekend with a wonderful hostess." Teresa and Phillip A.
"A big thank you for all the extra kindness you showed to us during our stay, everything was just wonderful, from your lovely welcome, to comfortable bed and delicious breakfast, you made our stay in Kent very special." Margaret and Brian Jones.
"Wonderful location, fabulous meals, gracious hospitality – what a combination!". Nick and Eleanor Woodhams.