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Ospringe near Faversham, Kent (Ref. 1062085)

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1 Customer Review

  • "The staff were most helpful and friendly but overall the standard of the cottage was far below any previous cottages we have stayed in with Sykes Cottages."

    The standard of cleanliness was not up to par and the worst part of the cottage was the kitchen. It had the bare essentials provided and the cooker was filthy and no instructions left for it. All the information on the cooker re temperature etch was worn off and the extractor fan was broken. They had obviously had a leak before we came and the lounge ceiling was roughly plastered over but bits kept falling on the floor. We would not consider returning again.

    Reviewed by LouiseSep 2021

Syndale Park Lodges

Resting in the idyllic village of Ospringe, on the border of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in easy reach of the coast, is this collection of charming properties, the Syndale Park Lodges. Found on a lovely holiday park surrounded by five acres of stunning grounds accompanied by tennis courts for the guests to make use of, they make the perfect choice for a scenic escape to this corner of Kent. All of the properties rest on the ground floor, offering accessibility for a range of individual needs, as well as a varied sleeping arrangement and social open-plan living spaces where everyone can gather to relish quality time together. The location of the cottages is perfect for those seeking serene surroundings, with countryside beauty all around, while plenty of excitement can be discovered just a short drive away. The thriving market town of Faversham can be found in easy reach, where you will find all you could need for your self-catered stay from the simplicities of shops, pubs and restaurants to fantastic attractions such as the English Heritage building of Maison Dieu, once a 13th-century wayside hospital, it now presents a range of Roman artefacts, accompanied by the Fleur de Lis Museum, the quayside at Standard Quay, and much more. Enjoy a scenic stroll around the Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park where you can discover gunpowder mill ruins accompanied by a plethora of natural wonders, while those seeking a more action-packed experience should be sure to visit the Kent Downs AONB, where you can find ample opportunities for walking and cycling amongst magnificent scenery, as well as activities such as horse riding and canoeing where you can experience its beauty in a different way. Visit the town of Whitstable for a traditional day by the seaside, home to a charming Harbour Market, Whitstable Community Museum & Gallery, galleries, and golfing opportunities too, while the cathedral city of Canterbury is also in easy reach of here where you can find a wealth of history in its ancient Roman walls, cobbled streets and timber-framed houses, making a fantastic day trip at any time of year. In reach of Maidstone, Rochester, the Isle of Sheppey and beyond, the Syndale Park Lodges make a terrific choice for a fun-filled escape to Kent.

The property

Faversham 1.5 miles.

Situated in a highly desirable area from which to explore Kent, rests the quaint holiday home, Fir.

An all-ground-floor abode sleeping up to four guests, it makes an excellent choice for friends and families seeking a scenic escape, with the charming village of Ospringe being a welcoming base.

Admire your countryside surroundings from the private lawn at the front of the property, the perfect place to enjoy drinks on a warm summer's evening, before stepping into the social hub of the open-plan living space.

Relish time together as you settle down for the evening in the sitting area as the aromas of your homemade meals fill the room from the well-equipped kitchen, with a dining table here too where you can toast to your memorable retreat.

At the end of each day of adventure, find two equally charming bedrooms to rest your head, choosing from the master double and a twin, both boasting ample storage space and a lovely interior, with the sparkling family shower room to serve.

Be sure to explore the beauty of the surrounding grounds too, with five acres to roam as well as a tennis court, this cottage offers all you could need and more from a self-catered stay.

For the perfect stay in Kent, Fir awaits your arrival.

Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 999578, 999580, 1062079, 1062080, 1062082 and1062084, together sleeping 26 guests.


  • All-ground-floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking available
  • Private lawned garden with picnic table
  • Shared grounds and tennis court
  • Three well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 1 mile, pub 1.4 miles
  • Note: There is a step up into the property, please take care

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About the location


Chilham 7 miles; Whitstable 9 miles; Canterbury 9 miles.

Faversham is a thriving market town in the heart of Kent. With many interesting places to see and things to do, this lovely town offers visitors the chance to explore, shop, cycle, walk, swim, fish, or dine out and also boasts the oldest brewery in Britain dating back to 1698. It was due to the brewery that "hop picking" became the family holiday for many families living in London, right up until the 1950s. During the summer, thousands of people would descend on the fields around Faversham, put up their tents and spend the days "hop picking", thus making this one of the best places to enjoy a pint or two! Faversham is proud of its history and the town is even named in the Domesday Book and with its cobbled streets and medieval houses, tiny quaint pubs and many listed buildings, this town enjoys remembering its fascinating history. For those looking to experience the outdoor life, Faversham has more than enough to keep you entertained, why not take a swim in one of the all-year-round swimming pools? In the summer, Faversham offers three outdoor pools with diving boards, a paddling pool and white water rapids, you can even pack a picnic and make a day of it, there is plenty of grass around the pools for picnics and for children to play on. Around Faversham there are numerous walks, just pick up a leaflet from the tourist office and make your choice. If you fancy an evening at the cinema then the Royal is just the place to visit. Dating back to 1936 it still offers visitors a traditional experience with usherettes to guide you to your seat and popcorn and ice cream served during the interval. If visitors are looking to discover further afield then Canterbury, Rochester and Whitstable are all just a short drive away. For those who want to explore even further afield then why not sail away on a ferry or travel on the Channel Tunnel, either way you can be in France or Belgium in time for lunch and back in time for tea! This is a wonderful area and well worth exploring.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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