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The cottage was once our Milking Parlour. We converted it a few years ago using local materials where ever possible. The sitting room has cherry wood floors that were made using the wood from local trees that fell during the great storm of 1997. The floor boards upstairs are made from reclaimed scaffold boards that were used in the construction of the Channel Tunnel. There are green oak beams cut from local woods, original oil paintings, reclamation yard finds & quirky details that make this cottage unique. The whole cottage is centrally heated, though a wood-burning stove makes it especially cosy in winter, we even provide the logs for your wood burner. In Summer the south facing courtyard is a real sun trap. You can relax there after a hard day's exploring the numerous country walks & vineyards & gardens & pubs & beaches. We hope the cottage is equipped with everything you need, but if not, we'll try to get it for you.
The peace and quiet were a wonderful counterbalance to the celebrations
By Carol, Craven Arms on 11-Aug-2017
Visiting Kent for an epic three day wedding celebration, the Cottage was a real home from home for all of us. The peace and quiet were a wonderful counterbalance to the celebrations. Despite being a floating population of about nine (not all staying at the cottage), we all managed to find quiet places and noisier places for the catchups and conversations of old friends. Those of us staying also managed to fit showers and baths and frock up fabulously day after day... Buses and taxis meant the rest of the week with no car was also enjoyable, visiting Dixter and Cranbrook, pub dinners etc etc
Stunning property in a peaceful location
By Emma on 26-Jun-2015
Stunning property in a peaceful location. Sally was very welcoming, provided us with a map for the local area and running routes! We were left to ourselves, which was what we wanted. We had lovely fresh flowers on arrival. Well equipped and good quality kitchen facilities. Loved the wet room. Main bedroom has lovely views across fields. Bed was very comfy, although the room has restricted head hight in places it still felt spacious and quirky. The weather was warm, we opened the windows and had the perfect treat of listening to the dawn chorus every morning. Lovely south facing open courtyard.