Graham Garrett’s The West House becomes restaurant with rooms

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Graham Garrett’s Michelin starred The West House becomes restaurant with rooms

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Graham Garrett’s Michelin-starred The West House restaurant in Biddenden, Kent, has become a restaurant with rooms following a refurbishment.

Four rooms have been added to the restaurant to cater for the long-standing demand from patrons, according to business, each named after their individual styling: Scandi, Art Deco, Serenity and Rock ‘N’ Roll. The latter references Garrett’s previous musical career as a drummer in the 1980s and features a black four-poster bed and big-name rock artworks.

Prices start at £340 a night and include one night stay for two and include the tasting menu or any available dinner menu as well as a bespoke continental breakfast hamper that is delivered to guests’ rooms the following morning.

The addition of the four rooms comes after a long time in the planning stages and having to overcome numerous hurdles and setbacks, according to the business, which is housed in a 16th Century weaver’s cottage.

“I am really proud of the new rooms, and delighted that we are now able to offer our customers somewhere fantastic to stay after they have eaten at the restaurant,” says chef-patron Garrett. “We wanted to make the rooms truly individual and special, and I think we’ve achieved that. We look forward to welcoming our first guests”.

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