Hever 1 mile.
This superb, single-storey barn conversion adjoins the owner's home in rural Kent.
It is equally placed between Edenbridge and the historic village of Hever, and only half an hour’s drive from Gatwick Airport.
Immaculately presented throughout to provide spacious, contemporary accommodation, this delightful barn conversion is ideal for friends or couples looking to enjoy time together while exploring one of the loveliest parts of Kent.
The cottage provides a romantic retreat for couples wishing to relax and unwind with the delights of a super king-size bed, or the bed can be split into two single beds on request, letting friends stay together too, and share an exciting holiday experience.
The large open plan living area makes for a perfect place to enjoy an evening with a DVD or settle down with a good book.
Why not start, or end, the day by sitting out on the patio while plans unfold for the days ahead, and with plenty to see and do while holidaying in this area you won’t be bored!
This part of rural Kent is ideal for taking long walks; there is a footpath just outside the property with miles of country to explore.
A little further afield is Ashdown Forest, with its Five Hundred Acre Wood, familiar to Winnie the Pooh fans.
The regency town of Tunbridge Wells, with its many shops and restaurants, is worth a visit, and for jazz fans, there is outdoor jazz festival held there in the summer!
No matter what time of year you choose to stay at this wonderful cottage, your holiday diary can be as full as you want to make it.
About the location
Edenbridge 1.5 miles; Lingfield 4 miles; Tunbridge Wells 14 miles.
Situated on the borders of Surrey, Kent and Sussex, the village of Hever offers visitors the perfect place to stay when exploring the many historic houses and gardens in this part of the country. 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 of this lovely historic house, where Henry VIII stayed whilst courting Anne Boleyn. Amongst other historic houses nearby is Chartwell, the country house of Winston Churchill, and Penshurst Place, home to the Sidney family within a few minute’s drive. If you fancy a round of golf, there are four courses in the vicinity and Lingfield, an all weather racecourse, is a short drive away so why not have a flutter and then enjoy a drink in one of the many delightful country pubs in the area. If you fancy a day in London, it is only an hour away on the train from Hever Station, or if you fancy a day by the sea, the coast can be reached in an hour by car. Whatever you do, you can be sure to have a wonderful holiday in this lovely part of Kent.