Hoath House is a medieval manor house set in magnificent grounds on the High Weald overlooking the border between Kent and Sussex in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This stunning manor house between Edenbridge and Tunbridge Wells has been extensively refurbished to provide a spectacular holiday cottage with spacious quality accommodation, perfect for families and friends looking to celebrate special events together in impressive style.
Set over three floors, this Kent manor house boasts seven bedrooms, six with en-suite facilities and five with a double sofa bed with another sofa bed in the second floor snug.
Every bedroom has been carefully styled by the owner to create a lavish, welcoming feel and the master bedroom even has an original art deco bathroom with a wow factor all of its own.
The large fitted kitchen at this Chiddingstone cottage boasts a superb range cooker and the dining room can be laid in a formal style for up to twenty people, so you can truly celebrate that special birthday, anniversary or even your wedding!
The sitting room has plenty of original features including a warming open fire and a large bay window which throws light into all areas.
It is complemented by a snug on the second floor, seating areas in the hall and on the landing, and a library/games room which contains both an open fire and a woodburner, a wide selection of books, a snooker table and even a grand piano.
Alternatively, you may wish to sip a glass of wine on the terrace at this luxurious Chiddingstone cottage before stepping back through the French doors to the dining room.
With stunning views over the manicured gardens and beyond to the renowned Weald of Kent, guests can relax while walking through the grounds, or for those who enjoy something a little more energetic then there is also a tennis court in the grounds.
If you can bring yourself to leave this lovely Chiddingstone manor house for more than a few hours, then why not play a round of golf at one of the four courses close by, or visit a castle or two with Penshurst Place, Chiddingstone and Hever castles within 3 miles.
Take a drive into the beautiful Kent and Sussex countryside or maybe pop up to London for the day, just forty five minutes by train from Edenbridge.
No matter what you spend your day doing, you can relax in the knowledge that Hoath House will be there to welcome you back.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref: 916860, together they sleep 43.
Over three floors. Seven bedrooms with TV (all super king-size doubles are zip/link, can be twin on request and five rooms have a sofa bed): 1 x super king-size double with en-suite bath, separate shower, basin and WC, 1 x super king-size double with three steps down to en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 2 x super king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x second floor super king-size double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x second floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Second floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Two ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table (seats 6). Utility. Dining room (seats 20). Sitting room (seats 18) with open fire. Second floor snug with sofa bed. Library/games room with grand piano, half-size snooker table, table tennis, woodburner and open fire. Hall with seating area. Reading area on landing.
About the location
Hever 3 miles; Edenbridge 5 miles; Lingfield 10 miles; Tunbridge Wells 10 miles.
The Tudor village of Chiddingstone can be traced back to the 12th century. Situated on the borders of Sussex and Kent, it offers visitors the perfect place to stay when exploring the many historic houses and castles in this part of the country. You can visit one of the five pubs in the local area, with each pub offering different activities from folk nights to walking tours around the village. If historic houses are your interest, then you are truly spoilt for choice. Hever Castle, the ancestral home of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife, is close by so step back in time and wander the rooms and gardens where this famous Tudor King first met the lady that would change the history of England forever. The village of Hever was built to house the many followers the King took with him when visiting his noblemen. If you fancy a round of golf, there are four golf courses in this vicinity, including The King and Queen Championship Course which is host to the Kent PGA and Kent Open. Lingfield Racecourse is just a short drive away, so have a flutter and either celebrate in style or drown your sorrows, but whatever you do you will be planning your return to this beautiful part of Kent.
Note: Amplified music other than played through the system in the
property is not allowed.