Located on the edge of the village of Kington Langley, the Grade II listed property is set within walled gardens and private woodland and has been restored over the past year with interiors from British design studio Barlow & Barlow.
The 12-bedroom hotel has been designed to host private functions that include whole house takeovers with a team of in-house team chefs on hand to cater for events. Food options include whole joints of meat cooked over fire and pizzas made in a wood oven.
The venues also houses three lounge spaces with a study that can be turned into a dining room, and Fitz Bar, named after Kington Langley’s original Medieval alias, Langley Fitzurse.
Attached to the side of Kin House is Kilvert Hall with space to host up to 200 people for events.
“Kin House has been designed to be a home away from home,” says Lucy Barlow, creative director at Barlow & Barlow.
“A place where for the short time you’re there it feels like yours. Elegantly comfortable but with that lived in, slightly eccentric country house feel that English Manor Houses so often have. Moments of vibrant colour with splashes of pattern alongside antique furniture and uplifting art.”