Welcome to the Kentish Hotel

Come in and enjoy a drink in the beautifully refurbished Kentish Hotel, or dine in the Starboard Side Bistro enjoying a view of the estuary

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

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Easter Weekend

Posted by on 13 April 2017

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   Easter is just around the corner, hope you have all your easter eggs ready for the hunt.....

Opening Hours for Easter weekend will be as follows.

The Kentish Hotel                             The Starboard Side Bistro

Thursday: 11am - 11pm                     Thusrday: 11am -9pm

Friday: CLOSED                                Friday: CLOSED

Saturday: 11am - 11pm                       Saturday: 11am - 9pm

Sunday: CLOSED                               Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

Please note the HOTEL WILL NOT BE OPEN ON SUNDAY only the restaurant will be for the purposes of dining. 

 


 
















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