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Medley Court is the perfect idyllic retreat for a romantic escape

A Romantic Retreat for Valentine's Weekend – fit for a King and Queen

FANCY TREATING that special someone to a little bit more than flowers and chocolates this Valentine's Day? Why not escape to one of the most romantic castles in the UK, in the heart of the Kent countryside, and spend a romantic weekend in a private house at Hever Castle – the setting of the courtship between King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.

Situated in the grounds of the 300-acre Hever Castle estate, Medley Court is a luxurious four bedroom house originally built by Lord Astor which has been superbly restored. With open fires, a roll top bath and a private courtyard looking over the castle grounds, Medley Court is the perfect idyllic retreat for a romantic escape.

Hever Castle provides a stunning backdrop to Medley Court and guests will have the chance to explore the castle and take romantic walks through the spectacular gardens and parkland. Guests can explore the award-winning Italian Gardens and Anne Boleyn's orchard, stroll around the 38-acre lake, and take in the views around the Loggia. A weekend at Medley Court is an experience guaranteed to make for a Valentine's Day with a difference.

If you can manage to tear yourself from the splendour and romance of Medley Court at Hever Castle, there is much to see in the surrounding area, from many delightful country pubs to nearby towns like Tunbridge Wells, perfect for a spot of shopping.

For more information on staying at Medley Court please contact The Astor Wing at Hever Castle on 01732 861 800 or email

For further press information please contact Nicole Hurwitz at Hamilton PR on 01892 546599 or email

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