Home rental in Sandhurst, Kent
‘Cute as a button’ is the best way to describe this white weather boarded period cottage in Sandhurst. Exactly what you would expect from a cottage in the Weald of Kent, with gastro pubs on your doorstep and nearby castles and gardens to visit. More details...
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Sandhurst is ideally located and a marvellous stop off between coast and town. Within easy reach of the sandy Sussex beaches, good local pubs abound, perfect after a day cycling or walking this lovely area on the Kent and Sussex borders.
Living roomMusic systemTV
- Charming traditional Grade II listed English cottage with log burner.
- Great for walking the Weald and exploring 1066 country.
- Choice of gastro pubs on your doorstep.
Willow Cottage - Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom, and 1 bathroom
Open plan sitting/dining room, seating for 2, flat screen TV, music system, log burner.
Kitchen with 2 point electric hob, electric oven, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher.
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2), double bed, TV, bluetooth speaker, hanging space, chest of drawers.
Bathroom, electric shower, WC, basin.
Landscaped garden at the front.
Fully enclosed and fenced courtyard on the side of the cottage.
BBQ. Table and chairs, seating for two.
Access to garden shed for storing dog blankets, etc.
Parking – on private driveway.
Enjoy this charming 1700s Kentish cottage situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. With its open-plan sitting room, cleverly designed country kitchen and romantic double bedroom with ensuite shower room, the cottage combines the historic features of oak beams and bricked fireplaces with contemporary cottage styling to provide a cosy ambience for your stay. Enjoy the warmth from the log burner on those chilly days and a barbecue and beverage in the courtyard garden on those summer evenings.
Situated close to the border of East Sussex, on the A268, the village road providing easy access to nearby places of interest. The traditional village of Sandhurst offers plenty of amenities within walking distance. There is much to explore and do during your stay with wonderful countryside walks, gardens and castles to visit, wine to taste at local vineyards, sunset river cruises to enjoy and a nearby steam railway to take you back in time. The historic town of Tenterden is a short drive away with its quirky shops, boutiques, tea rooms and restaurants.
This quaint and cosy cottage awaits you and if you have a dog, they will love it here too.
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