Accommodation Types in Maidstone

If you are travelling anywhere in England, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to somewhere to stay, with everything from rustic cabins to luxury hotels. 

Extra information about accommodation in maidstone

Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts

If you are looking for accommodation in maidstone, London or anywhere else, large hotels can be found all over the country, with all the amenities you would expect, including room service, concierge, and on site fitness centre. Motels tend to be less expensive than hotels, have fewer amenities and are typically found in larger towns or cities, along the motorway or at the airport. Boutique hotels are usually smaller, have unique or eclectic furnishings and more of an emphasis on personal service. And a bed and breakfast is ideal for anyone trying to save money; these can be found everywhere from central London to the Lake District. A B and B is also a good option for anyone wanting to stay somewhere smaller, enjoy more personal service and of course, a memorable breakfast in the morning. Although a B and B can be luxurious and costly to stay in, most of them literally offer a room in someone's home.

Self Catering

Another way to save money on accommodation is by self catering, especially if you are visiting somewhere for a week or longer, or travelling with a group or family. Self catering also saves you money by letting you prepare and cook meals; your property will come with a kitchen and everything you need to live for a week, a month or longer. Self catering accommodation can range from a cosy cottage in the Yorkshire Dales or the New Forest to a flat in the centre of London, Manchester or York. Many people prefer this type of accommodation as it also lets them feel as though they are actually living in the place they are visiting, and being a local during their stay, rather than another tourist in a hotel. All over the UK, you can also rent wooden cabins, static caravans, chalets and small camping cabins, all of which can vary widely in the amenities and level of comfort offered. It all depends on just how basic you want to be, as well as your budget.

Something Different

If none of the above appeal, England has its fair share of unusual places to stay. You can spend the night in a windmill, castle, tree house, gypsy caravan or on board a ship.