Granary Cottage is a converted farm building close to the town of Tunbridge Wells.
Inside are stylishly decorated rooms with neutral colours and contemporary furniture.
It is perfect for couples who enjoy the countryside.
The property opens into an open-plan living room, complete with a TV, Freeview, DVD player and iPod dock.
There is a fireplace that is for decoration only, and a fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar.
Located on the first floor is one king-size bedroom with an en suite bathroom, shower and WC.
Outside is an enclosed garden with furniture and a barbecue provided.
Guests at Granary Cottage can enjoy the facilities at Knowle Grange Health Spa, including a heated swimming pool and gym at a preferential rate.
There is also an opportunity for use of a games room complete with a pool table and darts board.
The cottage is conveniently close to the Wealden Trail which allows walkers and cyclists to explore the countryside.
The village of Frant is situated three miles away, which is home to The Pantiles, an area which houses over 70 independent stores, from pavement cafés to restaurants and jazz music.
There is also a guided walking tour which shows the town’s ancient history.
Near the border of Sussex and Kent are a number of ancient castles, stately homes and gardens, as well as welcoming country pubs.
Brighton is the south coast’s closest seaside town and is within driving distance.
Granary Cottage is the ideal vacation spot for those who love the countryside.
About the location
ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Lamberhurst 7 miles; Hever 9 miles; Maidstone 15 miles; Rochester 18 miles.
Royal Tunbridge Wells has been a popular place to visit for over 400 years, ever since a natural spring, known as The Chalybeate Spring, was unearthed by chance by a young nobleman. Due to the discovery of these health-giving waters, Royal Tunbridge Wells quickly became a magnet to those looking to improve their well-being whilst enjoying the beautiful surrounding countryside. The Wells are still open from Easter to September, where a costumed ‘dipper’ will serve you a glass for a small charge. With a wealth of interesting history to discover, this spa town now offers a vibrant, bustling destination with shops, restaurants, bars, bistros and theatres surrounded by woodland and greenery. You only have to spend a day walking the cobbled streets, browsing the boutiques and mulling over the items to be found in any of the curio or antiques shops, tucked away in the side streets, to see why this ancient town is one of the most visited in Kent. Enjoy a coffee and slice of cake in one of the plentiful pavement cafes as you relax, before taking in a play or concert at the one of the three theatres. This lively town offers everything from shops to cycle paths, pubs to parks, museums and historic houses, theatres, restaurants and walking routes into the country, so whether you’re looking for a romantic weekend or a longer holiday exploring the historic towns and villages of Kent, then you’ve found the perfect spot.
Note: Sorry no children or babies