Surrounded by open fields this property is a perfect choice for walkers dogs and horses. The village of Sandhurst is home to the 2014 Kent Tea Shop of the Year and also boasts a fantastic farm shop for stocking up on provisions for your stay. Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this is a fantastic base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and nearby Kent and Sussex coastline. Step through the wooden barn door and into a useful drying room or travel up the external timber staircase to the first floor accommodation. The property opens into a large open-plan lounge dining and kitchen area which features exposed beams and ceiling trusses. The kitchen has been decorated in a distinctly farmhouse style with a large dining table Welsh dresser and overhead chandelier. Here you will find a butler s sink electric oven and hob dishwasher fridge and microwave. The lounge area beyond is cosy and inviting with an exposed brick fireplace comfortable sofa and armchairs vintage wooden chest and well-stocked bookcase. The first bedroom is located in one of the roundels and contains a grand four-poster bed chandelier and antique mirror. The second bedroom features twin beds pretty French-style head and foot boards an antique iron sofa with matching cushion and decorative mirror. There is a bathroom with a roll-top bath basin WC and heated towel rail mirror along with a separate wet room with overhead shower head mirror WC and basin. In the garden a pretty wooden table sits under a tree with up-cycled chairs ideal for al fresco meals while the cafe table and chairs on the balcony are a perfect spot for drinks. Venture down to the field and you ll meet the resident donkeys Ping Pong and Viking.
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- 20 Oct 2018
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Cranbrook, Cranbrook, Kent, UK
Dogs are charged at £20 per dog per week.