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Built in 1851 by Edward Constable who emigrated from Maidstone, Kent in England. Constable then went on to apply to the Colonial Secretary for a Publican's Special Licence and Licence No.47 was granted on January 10th 1853. That same license still continues today and the hotel lays claim to the longest continuous liquor license in New Zealand.
Throughout its long history the Kentish has been at the heart of Waiuku life since it was built. It occupies a central location in Waiuku town, is near the entrance to the Waiuku harbor, and opposite the popular Tamakae reserve which serves as a base for the Waiuku Museum and other attractions
Our Starboard Side Bistro offers gourmet dining and great views. With a beautifully atmospheric interior, we offer an attractive menu selection to suit all tastes.
Some days we may close main menu for bar snacks from 3pm - 5pm
Monday through Wednesday: 12am - 8pm
Thursday through Saturday: 11am - 9pm
Sunday 11am - 8pm
Stay a night or two with us at the historic Kentish Hotel.
Whether you’re passing through and enjoying the buzz of our lively bar or staying overnight or a weekend in one of our 10 original historic rooms, you’ll be in for a real taste of kiwi heritage.
Our rooms are all individual, each with their own characteristics and consist of 2 singles, 5 twins, 3 queens all with shared amities. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities.
All rooms have shared facilities.
Say you found us on GayStay and we will be pleased to give you a glass of house wine or beer and share our knowledge of the area with you.
Single: $85 per night
Queen: $125 per night
Twin: $125 per night
*Tariffs subject to change. Please confirm with hosts before booking.
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