The Lodge is a wooden-clad, detached cabin in the village of Culverstone Green on the fringes of the Kent Downs AONB.
This contemporary accommodation provides a tastefully decorated base for a holiday of exploring England's beautiful home counties.
Be enticed into the property by the up-to-date, open plan living room, dressed in monochrome colours and showcasing the highest quality fixtures and fittings from a Smart TV to the classy kitchen appliances.
Adjacent to the living area rests a sumptuous shower room, complete with a stunning double walk-in shower for your convenience.
The Lodge boasts two stylish double bedrooms, finished to a hotel-like standard with storage facilities and views towards the surrounding lawns and woods.
For some peace and quiet, head out onto the decked area to the front of the property, here you can enjoy a refreshing drink and read one of the books provided by the owners.
Culverstone Green is a tranquil holiday base, offering a modest selection of amenities in a scattered layout.
From here you can visit all sorts, from the unspoilt Kent Downs AONB with its wealth of opportunities for hiking, cycling and horse riding, to the ancient riverside town of Gravesend, a wonderful day out with its fine architecture and much to do.
The Lodge is a wonderful place to stay in a rural Kent location.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 2 x double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shared use of external utility.
About the location
Sevenoaks 11.5 miles; Chatham 18 miles.
The village of Culverstone Green virtually joins the village of Meopham, which is the longest village in Kent, and both offer a good choice of local amenities. This area of Kent is an ideal location from which to explore the Medway and its towns. Rochester has the tallest castle in England, a beautiful cathedral and Guildhall museum. Chatham offers Upnor Castle sitting on the river banks, and the historic dockyard, with fascinating maritime heritage attractions, where you can climb aboard 3 historic war ships, visit galleries and museums with information from days of Spanish Armada to more recent dates. The area also enjoys several nature reserves, country parks, National Trust and English Heritage properties, Brands Hatch racing circuit and other sports and leisure attractions to suit all ages. Within easy travelling distance you can explore the cosmopolitan cathedral city of Canterbury. Or for the more adventurous, why not try a day trip over to France, with Ebbsfleet Station just ten miles away? The shopping centres of Bluewater (8 miles) and Lakeside (17 miles) are within driving distance and the attractions of London are a half hour train ride away.
Note: Children aged 12 years and over only.