A former 15th Century Tudor barn, now converted into a delightful holiday home, resting in the traditional village of Chiddingstone.
The perfect little getaway for couples, you will be intrigued by the original beams and period features that go hand-in-hand with the modernised décor.
The front entrance leads directly up to a staircase, where you will arrive at an open-plan sitting room complete with a well-designed kitchen and dining area.
After an eventful day, relax with your loved ones and enjoy an appetising meal amidst the charming interior.
Take the stairs up to the next floor, which is home to two double bedrooms, with the first offering a zip/link bed.
The en-suite shower rooms are well-appointed with a contemporary style and an excellent finish, perfect for getting ready in.
Situated on the borders of Sussex and Kent, Chiddingstone offers visitors a memorable place to stay when exploring the many historic houses and castles in this part of the country.
Each pub in the village offers different activities from folk nights to walking tours around the village and if you fancy a round of golf, there are four golf courses in this vicinity.
Whatever you choose, this is a wonderful part of Kent, not to be missed.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs: 22743 and 916860, together they sleep 49.
Two bedrooms: 2 x double (zip/link, can be twin upon request) with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with double sofa bed available on request.
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: The area around the swimming pool will be completed by the spring, but the pool is still available during this time.