Meeting rooms in Kent and the Cutty Sark.

Cutty SarkIf you are looking for meeting rooms in Kent then you need to look no further than here with us at Bromley Court Hotel. We have the finest and most professional of conference and meeting facilities right here. Combine that with luxurious accommodation and superb dinning and you have all your requirements here at one of the finest hotels in Kent.

Every organisation like yours wants their meeting and or conference to be the one to remember…so we have a suggestion for you. Why not make it really memorable and include a visit to the nearby Cutty Sark on your agenda?

It would be a great opportunity for your delegates to mix and get to know each other, especially if some of them are from all over the UK or overseas.
The Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the Clyde in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, coming at the end of a long period of design development, which halted as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion.

You and your delegates will be able to discover what life was like on board the real Cutty Sark, the world’s sole surviving tea clipper, and fastest ship of her time – now an award-winning visitor attraction in Greenwich.

This legendary 19th-century sailing ship has been raised over three metres allowing you the jaw-dropping experience of walking directly underneath and touching the original hull planks and iron framework, which date back to 1869.

The ship was damaged by fire twice in recent years, first on 21 May 2007 while undergoing conservation. She was restored and was reopened to the public on 25 April 2012. On 19 October 2014 she was damaged in a smaller fire. Now, after some amazing repair and restoration work she is back to her former glory.

A visit here would certainly set your meeting apart from any others!

An added bonus for you is that we have some great offers on accommodation at the moment so why not pay a visit to our website and see just how special historic Bromley Court really is?