Holiday cottage in Ashbank, Kent
Escape to the country. Stay in style in this former coach house on a country estate nestled amongst the beautiful rolling countryside of the North Downs within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Perfect for holiday makers who like a peaceful breakaway and walk to their heart’s content. More details...
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The cottage is located in the small hamlet of Hucking, a 3 minute walk from the Hucking Estate where 600 acres of magnificent woodland offers excellent walking and fabulous views from the top of the North Downs across the Weald of Kent, one of our Top Ten bluebell woods.
- Live like a lord in this spacious former coach house, complete with vast enclosed garden
- Designed in classical style, in keeping with the country estate
- Walk the North Downs in Kent, an area of outstanding natural beauty
Bicknor Park Cottage: sleeps 3 + 1 in 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.
Large entrance hall, double doors to garden.
Sitting room, seating for 4, electric fire, flat screen TV (Freeview), docking station, working desk.
Kitchen/diner seating 4, electric hob and oven, fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher.
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2), Kingsize bed (zip & link), built-in wardrobes, chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 1), single bed, built-in wardrobe, dresser. Extra Z-bed available.
Bathroom with bath, walled shower over bath, WC, extra storage space.
At the rear fully enclosed lawn. Raised patio attached to the cottage.
Garden area – Enclosed spacious garden, seating for 4 at the front of the cottage, in courtyard.
Parking – On courtyard - lots of spaces.
Gas Central Heating
You will arrive in style, driving down a quiet country lane and turning into a long private driveway surrounded by woodland, pasture and the beautiful mature gardens of the main house. Set in a peaceful secluded position on a 30 acres country house estate, this detached former coach house has retained much of its original charm with fabulous light rooms decorated in soft colours complemented by luxury soft furnishings and a classical feel.
The owners still remember it as the shire horse’s stable when they arrived many years ago. The stable hand slept upstairs where you can now find your spacious bathroom.
Staying in is a pleasure with a charming country kitchen at your disposal, ideal for preparing and enjoying home cooked food with the entire family. In addition, the homely living room encourages you to read and relax. Alternatively, there are a number of gastro pubs close by which will tempt you out for a nice lunch, dinner or nightcap. Visit The Dirty Habit or the Hook & Hatch, where you can still tie up your horse outside.
Don’t wait any longer, pack your bags and walking boots and have a breakaway in the Kent countryside.
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