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The Corner House, Minster, Kent
Having trained in London under the likes of Gordon Ramsay, local chef and foodie hero Matt Sworder moved back to Minster to launch his own restaurant, The Corner House. His deep-rooted passion for Kent shines through in every part of the restaurant and the two bedrooms. Paintings of local scenery dot the walls, Kentish beers are on tap and the seasonal menu celebrates the best of the region.
Minster is a charming village less than ten minutes' drive from the sea. It's home to the country's only functioning Benedictine monastery, and is ideally placed to explore the coast.
The Corner House is a short stroll from Minster Abbey and the town's shops and cafés. Ramsgate and Sandwich are also nearby.
By car: The hotel is a 15-minute drive from Ramsgate, half an hour from Dover or Canterbury and 2 hours 15 minutes from London. There is free parking for guests.
By train: London Charing Cross to Minster takes 2 hours. The station is a short walk from the hotel. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
The hotel is perfect for travellers looking to explore East Kent's coastline, who love their food and want to lose themselves in the peace and quiet of the countryside. You'll arrive to the scent and warmth of the log fire and debate, over a local tipple, whether to hit the beach, explore Minster or simply sink deeper into the sofa.
Service & Facilities
Despite the excellent food, the Corner House is totally
unpretentious, and the staff seem genuinely
invested in your happiness. We love that water and freshly-baked bread is brought to your table without being prompted.
- Cosy bar
- Breakfast in bed
- Free parking
Breakfast is served in bed: a wholesome and delicious array of homemade bread, muffins and croissants as well as fresh fruit, granola and juicy berry compôte.
The Steeple Room, The Abbey Room
Facilities include: king size bed, ensuite bathroom with shower, tea and coffee making facilities, desk, TV, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Not only is virtually everything Kentish but it's all homemade, from the rosemary focaccia to the tonka bean ice cream. The side of beef dripping carrots - triumphant confit carrots, charred and topped with crispy breadcrumbs and roasted in beef dripping - is a sure highlight.
The Corner House: seasonal menus, Kent produce, British and European inspired dishes. Sunday roasts. Open for dinner, Friday and Saturday 6-9pm. Saturday lunch 12-2.30pm, Sunday lunch 12-4pm. Mains from £15.