4.8★ 22 Guests 10 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Hot tub Four poster bed Off road parking Garden / Patio Dishwasher Games Room Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews lovely (3) games (3) hot (3) kitchen (3) house (3) beautiful (3) 5 Customer Reviews "Absolutely beautiful house, every bedroom was lovely so no one felt short changed, really nice having the games room and the hot tub." The kitchen had everything that we needed, plenty of glasses, plates, pots and pans. Would book again!!! Reviewed by Kerri5.0★Dec 2023 "Solton Manor House is beautiful and a great place for a large family to get together." The initial snags we encountered were sorted promptly and without any fuss. It is a shame there were not enough oven pans for cooking a roast dinner but we improvised and managed. The fridge is not large enough for a house full but luckily the back corridor has some cool nooks. Thank you for providing a separate freezer, that was a nice surprise as was all the hand soap, shower gel, shampoo and conditioner. We bought dishwasher salt and filled up the machine and cleaned the filter. We ran out of hot water one morning and found the nest settings had turned it off. You might want to check that for the next guests. The other items that were lacking were kitchen scissors, silicon spatulas and food tongs. It would have been useful to have had a few plastic plates, dishes and cups for the small children. We broke a wine glass and one of the grey plates but put the door catch back on the small freezer. We could not get the right hand oven to work at all. Thank you to the maintenance man for looking after us. We had a lovely family time together. When there are 16 family plus a few friends that is not easy in many locations. The location was great for many outings without having to go far. We even swam in the sea in October. Reviewed by Ashley4.1★Oct 2023 "We loved our stay so much and so did our guests." The house was a lot bigger than we had anticipated and everybody loved the games room. It was a shame that the hot tub wasn't working, however, we really appreciated the alternative spa that was rented for us even though it was smaller. The only slight negative that a few of our guests brought up was the amount of flies in their rooms. It was so many that some of the guests thought something may have died in the attic so might be worth a check. Other than that, everything was perfect! Reviewed by Jordan5.0★Oct 2023 "We had a wonderful family holiday at Solton Manor which is an incredible building." Any queries we had were always responded to quickly. Beautiful, relaxing and plenty of space to accommodate us all comfortably. Reviewed by Jane5.0★Apr 2023 "We booked to celebrate a 50th birthday with 9 couples, and if you are looking for a venue that will make you smile and say wow as soon as you pull off the tree lined driveway look no further than Sulton manor." The photos do not do it justice, from the moment we walked in you are drawn in by the grandeur and scale of the place. The main living room with massive fire place through to the dinning room which can easily seat our group of 18. The kitchen is very nice and although not as big as we had thought, we did manage to do a 9 course tapas with five of us cooking in there. The games room is large and full of all the equipment you could need. The main bedroom is out of a fairy tail, four poster bed on suite bathroom bigger than most family bathrooms. All of the other rooms are exactly as described on the website, but it’s the decor and detail that make it so special. You can really feel the history of the place with its uneven floors, exposed brickwork and beams you can see the owners have tried to keep as many original features on show as possible. The grounds are lovely and can recommend a 30 min walk to the Lantern pub. Karen and her team answered any requests quickly and were not intrusive. The Wifi was excellent and worked everywhere and the heating was great even in a place this big. All in all, we could not fault our stay and have all gone home with the most amazing memories of our stay. Thank you x Reviewed by Steve5.0★Mar 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Over three floors: Ten bedrooms: 1 x four-poster super-king-size with en-suite freestanding bath, handheld shower, walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC, 2 x super-king-size, 3 x second-floor super-king size, 1 x second-floor twin, 1x second-floor twin (can be double upon request) 2 x family room with super-king-size and a single Bathroom with corner bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail and WC Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC Second-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting room Additional sitting room Mezzanine snug Play room Hot Tub. Oil central heating 2 x oven, hob , fridge/freezer, dishwasher TV, WiFi, table tennis Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off-road parking Communal grounds with lawn, patio, furniture, children's play area and lily pond Sorry no smoking or pets Shop and pub 1.6 miles, beach 2.6 miles Note: There is an unfenced pond in the grounds, please ensure children are supervised at all times Note: The second bathroom has low head height, please take care Note: One of the bedrooms can be accessed via the mezzanine snug Note: On the second floor bedroom 10 is accessed via bedroom 9 Note: No hen/stag or similar Note: No amplified music due to rural location The property St Margaret's at Cliffe 1.6 miles. Tucked away in the idyllic village of East Langdon near St Margaret's At Cliffe is this magnificent Grade II-listed manor house, Solton Manor. Enjoying a fantastic location just moments away from a wealth of beautiful beaches, as well as the landmark White Cliffs of Dover, along with a decadent interior brimming with original features, from feature fireplaces and exposed brickwork to original medieval beams, Solton Manor offers a truly unique residence for your next getaway. Upon your arrival, you will find ample off-road parking, as well as 9-acres of extensive grounds to explore, where you’ll find a wildlife rich pond, an enclosed children’s play area with furniture for dining alfresco whilst the little ones safely play. On the ground floor of this remarkable home, you will find several reception rooms, including a well-equipped kitchen/diner for savour leisurely meals with your loved ones, two sitting rooms where you can kick-back and relax after a day of adventure, a playroom with table tennis, and a cloakroom for your convenience. Make your way up to the first floor, where you can get away from it all with a good book in the mezzanine snug, freshen up in one of three well-appointed bathrooms, each with a bath and shower so you can choose how best to unwind, or retire to one of six bedrooms, two of which are family rooms with a super-king-size and a single, the others all super-king-size, with one boasting a luxury four-poster bed and en-suite with gorgeous freestanding bath for indulgent soaks. Continue up to the second floor, where four more bedrooms await, three super-kings, one which can be accessed via the other, and a twin, all of which are serviced by a beautiful shower room. Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1111512, together sleeping up to 24 guests. Solton Manor And Dovecote Solton Manor and Dovecote consists of two exceptional properties, a manor house and a cottage resting near St Margaret's at Cliffe, Kent. This collection offers a truly unique setting for guests to enjoy a well-deserved getaway to Dover, including 9-acres of beautiful grounds to explore with a wildlife rich pond, enclosed children’s play area, rolling lawns, and multiple seating areas where you can enjoy dining alfresco or simply soak up your surroundings. Solton Manor is a Grade II listed country manor and offers an elegant interior with original features, including exposed medieval beams and ornamental fireplaces, as well as several reception rooms, a games room with table tennis, sleek bathrooms and beautifully decorated bedrooms, the perfect setting for large family celebrations! Dovecote enjoys views of the manor house and the pond, its own private garden, a well-appointed open-plan living space featuring original windows, and light-filled bedrooms with exposed beams. For your local amenities, take the short drive over to Saint Margaret’s at Cliffe, where you can stock up on essentials at the convenience store, treat your loved ones to a meal at The Smugglers, The Shrubbery and the FirstLight Bar & Café, spend a day at the breath-taking St Margaret’s Beach, tour The Pines Garden Tea Room & Museum, or follow the coastal path where you can visit the National Trust sites of the South Foreland Lighthouse and the famous White Cliffs of Dover. Continue onto Dover, where you will find the attractions of Dover Museum and Bronze Age Boat Gallery, Dover Castle, Dover Pier, and the Dover Transport Museum. Further afield, you will find Folkstone, home to the Folkstone Museum, Folkestone East Cliff and Warren Country Park and the renowned Folkstone White Horse. For a truly unique getaway to Dover, look no further than Solton Manor and Dovecote. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £1000. View on map About the location ST MARGARET'S AT CLIFFE Dover 4 miles Deal 5.5 miles Folkestone 12 miles Canterbury 18.5 miles This delightful little spot rests along the famous and idyllic White Cliffs of Dover, on the South Foreland Heritage Coast of Kent. St Margaret's at Cliffe also contains the neighbouring village of St Margarate's Bay, both of which offer a choice of charming local amenities, you can also find the Dover Patrol Memorial, the Pines Garden Tea Room and Museum and the striking Foreland Lighthouse - all of which are worth a look around. A gap in the cliffs presents a lovely shingle beach with opportunities for rock-pooling and a pub serving food which overlooks it as well as being opposite the house previously occupied by Noel Coward and Ian Fleming. This is the point from which swimmers of the English Channel depart. Dover sits just four miles away with it's famous castle, attractive seafront, pier and marina and much more to see and do. The Kent Downs AONB is within a stone's throw for avid walkers and cyclists, while many more characterful coastal spots can be found close by; Folkestone, Ramsgate and Margate to name but a few. The unique and striking cathedral city of Canterbury is also within reach for a different experience. Note: No hen/stag or similar. Note: No amplified music due to rural locationPlease note: Bookings made from 14/03/23 will not allow pets on bookings.