Kentish Farm Cottage
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What Oliver loves…
- Kentish Farm Cottage is beautifully presented with vaulted beamed ceilings, gorgeous furnishings and much charm
- The addition of a hot tub on the terrace is a major plus. You just need to chill a bottle of fizz, get your swim things on and laze under the stars!
- Kentish Farm Cottage enjoys a lovely countryside location within easy reach of Tenterden, Rye, Hastings, Camber Sands and many beautiful National Trust homes and gardens
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For a spot of total switch off and calm, you cannot beat the wonderful Kentish Farm Cottage. You can soak in the hot tub, enjoy amazing views over Romney Marsh and the owner’s vineyard, relax under the stars and admire the wonderful design of this gorgeous cottage. With its high vaulted ceiling, its characterful beams, its log burning stove and its wonderful choice of furnishings and decor, it makes for a totally luxurious stay. With a king-size master bedroom and a twin room, it offers an idyllic break for small families or two couples.
Kentish Farm Cottage is located in the tranquil village of Stone in Oxney, just south of Tenterden and surrounded by sheep fields and vineyards. Within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the location is wonderful for a spot of rural switch off. The village enjoys wonderful views of Romney Marsh from its 15th century church. The nearby Tenterden, nestled in the heart of the Weald of Kent, is rich in history and charm. It is known as the ‘Jewel of the Weald’ for its beautiful architecture, excellent independent shops, and tree-lined greens. You can visit the famous Chapel Down Vineyard and take a nostalgic ride back in time on the Kent & East Sussex Railway, steaming along to Bodiam Castle.
Kentish Farm Cottage is built on one level, perfect for any guests with mobility issues. It is a beautiful building designed with casual elegance and excellent eco credentials with its energy coming from hidden solar panels and ground source heat pumps which keep your toes toasty through underfloor heating. It is built with green oak too so you can holiday on a lighter conscience with these eco-friendly set ups.
The living area enjoys delightful lofty ceiling beams, attractive wall beams, a comfy sofa and armchair and a fabulous, central wood burning stove. You can cosy up, throw a log on the fire, switch on the television and watch a movie. There are countryside fabulous views from the living room windows. Beyond the seating area there is a smart, modern dining table and chairs and a fabulous contemporary kitchen. With its butler’s sink, granite worktops, excellent appliances, and natural coloured cabinetry, it is a chef’s dream.
This stylish holiday home comes with two beautifully decorated bedrooms, both enjoying quality handpicked furniture. The master boasts a king-size bed, adorned with hotel quality linens and lovely soft furnishings and wonderful high beams and a vaulted ceiling. The twin is a pretty room too with lovely accessories and the same, highly impressive, and characterful beams. Guests have use of a family bathroom with a bath, overhead rainfall shower, sensor lighting and yet more beams.
The outside space of Kentish Farm Cottage is delightful. You can dine alfresco using the barbecue, take an indulgent dip in the hot tub with a glass of fizz and enjoy beautiful expansive views from your private terrace. When you are ready to leave your gorgeous rural haven, the Saxon Shore Way is on the doorstep with plenty of wonderful walks and cycle paths. The 14th century Ferry Inn is just a short walk away for a glass of your favourite tipple.
What you should know…
- You are welcome to take one pet to Kentish Farm Cottage but please make sure it does not go in the bedrooms
- Kentish Farm Cottage is built on one level so is ideal for any guests with mobility issues
- We also feature Church Hill Barn which sits in the same spot so you could always invite the grandparents or friends along to share your holiday
Accommodation is all Ground Floor with underfloor heating and ceramic floor tiles throughout:
- Kitchen equipped with a slimline dishwasher, a washing machine, fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, a microwave and cafetiere
- Dining area with an oak dining table with dining chairs for four people
- Living area with a wood burning stove, a three seater sofa and armchair with a coffee table and French doors onto the garden and stunning views
- Bathroom with bath and rain shower over
- Bedroom with a king-size bed
- Bedroom with two single beds
- A fully enclosed fenced garden with garden furniture
- Hot tub
- Charcoal barbecue
- Private driveway in front of the property
- Storage for bikes
- Smart TV
- Logs are provided free of charge for the wood burning stove
Kentish Farm Cottage is nestled deep in the Kent countryside, in the tranquil village of Stone in Oxney, near Tenterden. There are wonderful walks right from the doorstep in this superb Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. You can stroll to the village pub for its friendly ambience and charm.
Tenterden is a picturesque town with a broad, tree-lined High Street sprinkled with independent shops, antiques centres, cafes, and restaurants. The town’s name is derived from the Old English ‘Tenet Waraden’ which meant a clearing in the forest, belonging to the men of Thanet. The town was an important wool trading centre in the 13th century and at that time had access to the sea at Smallhythe. You can visit the local museum to learn about the history of the town. Georgian buildings share the town’s streets with tall Victorian houses and tiny cottages, lots decorated with painted weatherboard. The Kent & East Sussex steam railway runs for ten and a half miles from Tenterden to Bodiam, welcoming around ninety thousand visitors a year. Tenterden Golf Club welcomes visitors as well as its members.
Between Tenterden and Church Hill Barn, Chapel Down is England’s leading wine producer with an award-winning range of sparkling and still wines. You can visit for tours and experiences, tasting these delicious wines and learning about the vineyard. Chapel Down is one of the UK government’s Top 50 Food and Drink Producers and were the first English winery to feature on the London Stock Exchange’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain. They support many great English institutions such as England Cricket, The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, The London Symphony Orchestra, Ascot Racecourse, The Royal Opera House, The Donmar Warehouse and The Turner Contemporary.
Not far away, Rye is a Medieval citadel huddled against invaders and the sea, is today home to a myriad of art, curiosities and cosy pubs and restaurants. They serve the best that Sussex has to offer. Built on timeless tales and smuggled secrets, Rye offers charm and intrigue with nooks and crannies to explore and distant views across Romney Marsh to enjoy. St Mary’s Church tower is open to the public and offers the best viewpoint to show the warm terracotta roofs of the many timbered houses. These ancient, characterful buildings, cobbled streets and secret passages attract film crews in search of historical settings for period productions. The Rye Castle Museum was originally a bottling factory and now boasts a unique 18th century fire engine as well as relics from the town’s shipbuilding past. The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve has a wonderful network of criss crossing footpaths on the saltmarsh and shingle ridges with fabulous views across to Camber Sands and the cliffs of Hastings Country Park. It is a twitcher’s paradise with five hides where you can watch the wildlife. You can take boat trips or lessons in windsurfing, dinghy sailing or paddleboarding from Rye Watersports.
Also within easy distance, Hastings enjoys a fascinating history. It was attacked by the French during the Hundred Years War and in 1377, a second attack all but destroyed the town. The Old Town’s architecture ranges from Medieval to Victorian with one of the oldest buildings, the Court House, being built around 1450. The town boasts many passages and narrow streets known as the twittens, many cafes, bars and restaurants and some excellent shops and art galleries. The Castle, originally built by William the Conqueror, lies in ruins at the top of West Hill and can be visited using the steepest funicular railway in Britain. The Hastings Museum and Art Gallery boasts an exhibition dedicated to American Indians, Grey Owl, an early conservationist who came from Hastings and John Logie Baird who pioneered television in Hastings. There are many architectural and cultural attractions including a theatre, parks, and gardens. Hastings hosts man events including the Hastings Half Marathon, the Jack in the Green Festival, Hastings Beer Festival, Coastal Currents, and the Old Town Carnival.
Camber Sands is a fabulous beach in the village of Camber. It is the only sand dune system in East Sussex, east of the estuary of the River Rother at Rye Bay, and stretches three glorious miles to just beyond the Kent border.
|Nearest Ferry Port||
|Nearest Train Station||
Stone in Oxney
The Black Lion
The Ferry Inn
Wittersham Village Store
Tenterden Golf Club
Rolvenden Tennis Club
Luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in Kent
Welcome to the bloomin' marvellous "Garden of England", Kent! Sprinkled with Oliver’s Travels cute cottages, bee-shaped lodges, mansion houses, seaside wonders and colossal party houses, you will find just the perfect place to stay to discover this wonderful county. So, gather up your favourite friends or your family or whisk away your special someone for a romantic getaway. Thanks to Oliver’s Travels, your adventure in this flowery haven is just a booking away!
Kent is home to some real showstoppers. First up is Canterbury Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Archbishop of Canterbury's favourite hangout. With its Gothic glam and incredible history, it is a must-visit for history buffs and spiritual seekers alike. Leeds Castle, named the "loveliest castle in the world", is surrounded by a moat and stunning gardens that make you question if you have stepped into a fairy tale. The White Cliffs of Dover stand tall and proud, like the bodyguards of Britain. These chalky wonders have guarded this fine land for centuries and a trip to Dover not only treats you to panoramic views of the English Channel but also a chance to explore the historic Dover Castle.
Nature lovers adore The Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a green haven of rolling hills, woodlands and charming villages. It feels like Mother Nature threw a garden party and you are invited! You can lace up those hiking boots, hop on a bike or just bask in the countryside tranquility. If you are looking for beachside bliss, Margate and Broadstairs have sandy shores and a lively arts scene. You should check out the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate.
Canterbury is a living, breathing medieval postcard with cobbled streets, timber-framed buildings and the River Stour snaking through. Tenterden and Faversham, the market towns, are like stepping into a scene from a quaint British movie. Markets, boutique shops and historic architecture blend together in a beautiful way. Chilham, the village with a Tudor-style square, is practically a movie star. You might have seen it in period dramas, it is that photogenic.
There are plenty of festivals that take place, including The Canterbury Festival of music, theatre and art. The Rochester Dickens Festival offers Victorian-themed events, parades and street performances. It is like stepping into a Dickens novel. Get your taste buds ready for a dance because Kent is the "Garden of England" for a reason. Featuring orchards, hop gardens and vineyards, it is a feast for the senses. You can visit farmers' markets, cider houses and wineries to savour the local delights. Kentish cherries and apples are the celebrities here and you are the VIP guest at their flavour-packed party.
Kent is a whirlwind of history, natural beauty and culture. You will fall head over heels and the memories will linger like the scent of summer roses. So, whether you are storming medieval castles, sauntering through charming towns, lazing on a beach or feasting on oysters in Whitstable, a trip to Kent guarantees an adventure. Cheers to Kent where every moment is a bloomin' good time!
Children adore Kentish Farm Cottage. It is beautiful with plenty of space for family games. The location is just brilliant with walks from the doorstep and the hot tub goes down a treat!
Children enjoy taking the steam train from Tenterden or a river boat to Bodiam. In a wealth of historic landscaping, Bodiam Castle is picturesque and very interesting. Visitors enjoy a glimpse of Medieval splendour at the 14th century fortress with its spiral staircases, battlements, and wooden portcullis. It also boasts massive towers, a moat with fish and fabulous picnic spots. Colourful characters wander around in costume.
Hastings offers endless family-friendly attractions. Hastings Adventure Golf boasts three eighteen-hole courses which will keep you entertained for ages. The flagship course is Florida styled with landscaped gardens, seven waterfalls, thirteen water fountains and a cave. Hastings East Hill railway was cut into the face of the cliff and the West Hill railway is hidden in a tunnel dug through the cliff. The East Hill Lift provides access to Hastings Country Park which overlook the pretty Old Town and Rock a Nore. Smugglers Adventure lies in the heart of West Hill with acres of caverns that conceal the thrilling history of smugglers, bootleggers, and gangs. Children love exploring the labyrinth of secret tunnels and passages. There are more than seventy life-size characters, interactive displays, eerie lighting, and sound effects waiting with a few surprises in store. Alexandra Park offers abundant wildlife, especially at the Northern end known as ‘Old Roar Gill’. Children will be delighted watching kingfishers and grey wagtails as well as migratory night herons, little bittern, honey buzzards and ferruginous ducks. There is a boating lake, traditional bowls green and an adventure playground. There are also tennis courts, flower and rose gardens, fishing reservoirs, natural woodland, and a miniature railway. Many of the town’s events take place in the park. Hastings’ Blue Reef Aquarium transports children to the spectacular underwater gardens of the Mediterranean. They can enjoy close encounters in a fifteen-metre-long underwater walk-through tunnel and there are more than thirty naturally themed displays. There are daily feeding times and fun filled events.
The Rare Breeds Centre at Woodchurch is a wonderful day out for families. It is home to birds of prey, turkeys, geese, ducks, rabbits, guinea pigs, goats, sheep, horses, pigs, and horses. It offers animal displays, a discovery garden, a butterfly tunnel, an avery, pig racing, a mysterious marsh adventure trail, play parks, a children’s barn, and woodland walks.
The village of Camber, East of Rye, has a wonderful, golden stretch of paradise for a family beach day. This rugged, natural, picturesque beach offers gorgeous clean sand, pretty dunes, and a huge open space. The beach is zoned for separate activities making it ideal for families.
Kids Activities Close-by
- Beach Nearby
- Walk to Village
- Walk to Restaurant
- Fenced Grounds
At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.
Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!
Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs
These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.
|Security deposit||No security deposit is required for booking this property|
|Arrival time||4:00 pm|
|Departure time||10:00 am|
|Energy costs included?||Yes, included in the rental price|
|Heating costs included?||Yes, included in the rental price|
|Linen & towels included?||Yes, included in the rental price|
|End of stay cleaning included?||Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit|
|Internet access?||Wi-Fi internet access included|
|Minimum stay||7 nights during peak season, 3 nights during other periods. All other durations on request|
|Changeover day||Monday or Friday|
|Pets welcome?||On request only and with prior agreement with the owner. Dogs (£50 charge) only accepted on bookings for 2 adults or less|
|Smoking Allowed?||Smoking & Vaping are not permitted|
|Insurance||Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay|
Prices based on an occupancy of 4 people:
|Rental period||3 Nights||4 Nights||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Dec 6th 2023 - Dec 8th 2023||£812||£908||£1,003||£1,051|
|Dec 8th 2023 - Dec 15th 2023||£812||£908||£1,003||£1,051|
|Dec 15th 2023 - Dec 22nd 2023||£822||£919||£1,015||£1,063|
|Dec 22nd 2023 - Dec 29th 2023||£1,191||£1,337||£1,483||£1,556|
|Dec 29th 2023 - Jan 5th 2024||£1,195||£1,341||£1,487||£1,560|
|Jan 5th 2024 - Jan 12th 2024||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Jan 12th 2024 - Jan 19th 2024||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Jan 19th 2024 - Jan 26th 2024||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Jan 26th 2024 - Feb 2nd 2024||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Feb 2nd 2024 - Feb 9th 2024||£831||£928||£1,026||£1,075|
|Feb 9th 2024 - Feb 16th 2024||£903||£1,010||£1,117||£1,171|
|Feb 16th 2024 - Feb 23rd 2024||£871||£974||£1,077||£1,128|
|Feb 23rd 2024 - Mar 1st 2024||£838||£936||£1,035||£1,084|
|Mar 1st 2024 - Mar 8th 2024||£841||£940||£1,039||£1,089|
|Mar 8th 2024 - Mar 15th 2024||£844||£943||£1,043||£1,092|
|Mar 15th 2024 - Mar 22nd 2024||£845||£945||£1,045||£1,095|
|Mar 22nd 2024 - Mar 29th 2024||£1,023||£1,146||£1,269||£1,331|
|Mar 29th 2024 - Apr 5th 2024||£1,099||£1,233||£1,366||£1,433|
|Apr 5th 2024 - Apr 12th 2024||£1,023||£1,146||£1,269||£1,331|
|Apr 12th 2024 - Apr 19th 2024||£907||£1,015||£1,123||£1,177|
|Apr 19th 2024 - Apr 26th 2024||£907||£1,015||£1,123||£1,177|
|Apr 26th 2024 - May 3rd 2024||£941||£1,053||£1,166||£1,222|
|May 3rd 2024 - May 10th 2024||£948||£1,061||£1,175||£1,231|
|May 10th 2024 - May 17th 2024||£961||£1,076||£1,191||£1,249|
|May 17th 2024 - May 24th 2024||£975||£1,092||£1,209||£1,267|
|May 24th 2024 - May 31st 2024||£1,216||£1,365||£1,515||£1,589|
|May 31st 2024 - Jun 7th 2024||£1,016||£1,138||£1,260||£1,322|
|Jun 7th 2024 - Jun 14th 2024||£1,022||£1,145||£1,268||£1,330|
|Jun 14th 2024 - Jun 21st 2024||£1,058||£1,186||£1,314||£1,378|
|Jun 21st 2024 - Jun 28th 2024||£1,083||£1,215||£1,346||£1,412|
|Jun 28th 2024 - Jul 5th 2024||£1,111||£1,246||£1,381||£1,449|
|Jul 5th 2024 - Jul 12th 2024||£1,138||£1,277||£1,416||£1,485|
|Jul 12th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024||£1,176||£1,320||£1,464||£1,536|
|Jul 19th 2024 - Jul 26th 2024||£1,217||£1,366||£1,516||£1,590|
|Jul 26th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024||£1,300||£1,460||£1,620||£1,700|
|Aug 2nd 2024 - Aug 9th 2024||£1,300||£1,460||£1,620||£1,700|
|Aug 9th 2024 - Aug 16th 2024||£1,300||£1,460||£1,620||£1,700|
|Aug 16th 2024 - Aug 23rd 2024||£1,300||£1,460||£1,620||£1,700|
|Aug 23rd 2024 - Aug 30th 2024||£1,300||£1,460||£1,620||£1,700|
|Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024||£1,069||£1,198||£1,328||£1,392|
|Sep 6th 2024 - Sep 13th 2024||£1,046||£1,172||£1,299||£1,362|
|Sep 13th 2024 - Sep 20th 2024||£988||£1,107||£1,225||£1,285|
|Sep 20th 2024 - Sep 27th 2024||£939||£1,051||£1,164||£1,220|
|Sep 27th 2024 - Oct 4th 2024||£925||£1,036||£1,146||£1,201|
|Oct 4th 2024 - Oct 11th 2024||£925||£1,036||£1,146||£1,201|
|Oct 11th 2024 - Oct 18th 2024||£925||£1,036||£1,146||£1,201|
|Oct 18th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024||£1,050||£1,177||£1,304||£1,368|
|Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024||£1,050||£1,177||£1,304||£1,368|
|Nov 1st 2024 - Nov 8th 2024||£841||£940||£1,039||£1,089|
|Nov 8th 2024 - Nov 15th 2024||£839||£938||£1,037||£1,087|
|Nov 15th 2024 - Nov 22nd 2024||£839||£938||£1,037||£1,087|
|Nov 22nd 2024 - Nov 29th 2024||£839||£938||£1,037||£1,087|
|Nov 29th 2024 - Dec 6th 2024||£839||£938||£1,037||£1,087|
|Dec 6th 2024 - Dec 13th 2024||£839||£938||£1,037||£1,087|
|Dec 13th 2024 - Dec 20th 2024||£849||£949||£1,049||£1,099|
|Dec 20th 2024 - Dec 27th 2024||£1,233||£1,384||£1,535||£1,611|
|Dec 27th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025||£1,236||£1,388||£1,540||£1,616|
|Jan 3rd 2025 - Jan 10th 2025||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Jan 10th 2025 - Jan 17th 2025||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Jan 17th 2025 - Jan 24th 2025||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
|Jan 24th 2025 - Jun 8th 2025||£812||£907||£1,002||£1,050|
Prices based on an occupancy of 4 people:
|Rental period||3 Nights||4 Nights||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Dec 6th 2023 - Dec 8th 2023||€890||€995||€1,099||€1,152|
|Dec 8th 2023 - Dec 15th 2023||€890||€995||€1,099||€1,152|
|Dec 15th 2023 - Dec 22nd 2023||€901||€1,007||€1,113||€1,166|
|Dec 22nd 2023 - Dec 29th 2023||€1,305||€1,465||€1,625||€1,705|
|Dec 29th 2023 - Jan 5th 2024||€1,309||€1,470||€1,630||€1,710|
|Jan 5th 2024 - Jan 12th 2024||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Jan 12th 2024 - Jan 19th 2024||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Jan 19th 2024 - Jan 26th 2024||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Jan 26th 2024 - Feb 2nd 2024||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Feb 2nd 2024 - Feb 9th 2024||€910||€1,018||€1,125||€1,178|
|Feb 9th 2024 - Feb 16th 2024||€989||€1,107||€1,225||€1,284|
|Feb 16th 2024 - Feb 23rd 2024||€954||€1,067||€1,180||€1,237|
|Feb 23rd 2024 - Mar 1st 2024||€918||€1,026||€1,134||€1,188|
|Mar 1st 2024 - Mar 8th 2024||€922||€1,030||€1,139||€1,193|
|Mar 8th 2024 - Mar 15th 2024||€925||€1,034||€1,143||€1,197|
|Mar 15th 2024 - Mar 22nd 2024||€927||€1,036||€1,145||€1,200|
|Mar 22nd 2024 - Mar 29th 2024||€1,121||€1,256||€1,391||€1,459|
|Mar 29th 2024 - Apr 5th 2024||€1,205||€1,351||€1,497||€1,570|
|Apr 5th 2024 - Apr 12th 2024||€1,121||€1,256||€1,391||€1,459|
|Apr 12th 2024 - Apr 19th 2024||€994||€1,112||€1,231||€1,290|
|Apr 19th 2024 - Apr 26th 2024||€994||€1,112||€1,231||€1,290|
|Apr 26th 2024 - May 3rd 2024||€1,031||€1,155||€1,278||€1,339|
|May 3rd 2024 - May 10th 2024||€1,039||€1,163||€1,287||€1,350|
|May 10th 2024 - May 17th 2024||€1,053||€1,179||€1,305||€1,369|
|May 17th 2024 - May 24th 2024||€1,068||€1,197||€1,325||€1,389|
|May 24th 2024 - May 31st 2024||€1,333||€1,496||€1,660||€1,742|
|May 31st 2024 - Jun 7th 2024||€1,113||€1,247||€1,381||€1,449|
|Jun 7th 2024 - Jun 14th 2024||€1,120||€1,255||€1,390||€1,457|
|Jun 14th 2024 - Jun 21st 2024||€1,160||€1,300||€1,441||€1,511|
|Jun 21st 2024 - Jun 28th 2024||€1,187||€1,331||€1,475||€1,548|
|Jun 28th 2024 - Jul 5th 2024||€1,218||€1,366||€1,514||€1,588|
|Jul 5th 2024 - Jul 12th 2024||€1,247||€1,399||€1,551||€1,627|
|Jul 12th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024||€1,289||€1,447||€1,604||€1,683|
|Jul 19th 2024 - Jul 26th 2024||€1,334||€1,498||€1,661||€1,743|
|Jul 26th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024||€1,424||€1,600||€1,776||€1,864|
|Aug 2nd 2024 - Aug 9th 2024||€1,424||€1,600||€1,776||€1,864|
|Aug 9th 2024 - Aug 16th 2024||€1,424||€1,600||€1,776||€1,864|
|Aug 16th 2024 - Aug 23rd 2024||€1,424||€1,600||€1,776||€1,864|
|Aug 23rd 2024 - Aug 30th 2024||€1,424||€1,600||€1,776||€1,864|
|Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024||€1,171||€1,313||€1,455||€1,526|
|Sep 6th 2024 - Sep 13th 2024||€1,146||€1,285||€1,424||€1,493|
|Sep 13th 2024 - Sep 20th 2024||€1,083||€1,213||€1,343||€1,408|
|Sep 20th 2024 - Sep 27th 2024||€1,029||€1,152||€1,275||€1,337|
|Sep 27th 2024 - Oct 4th 2024||€1,014||€1,135||€1,256||€1,317|
|Oct 4th 2024 - Oct 11th 2024||€1,014||€1,135||€1,256||€1,317|
|Oct 11th 2024 - Oct 18th 2024||€1,014||€1,135||€1,256||€1,317|
|Oct 18th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024||€1,151||€1,290||€1,430||€1,499|
|Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024||€1,151||€1,290||€1,430||€1,499|
|Nov 1st 2024 - Nov 8th 2024||€922||€1,030||€1,139||€1,193|
|Nov 8th 2024 - Nov 15th 2024||€920||€1,028||€1,137||€1,191|
|Nov 15th 2024 - Nov 22nd 2024||€920||€1,028||€1,137||€1,191|
|Nov 22nd 2024 - Nov 29th 2024||€920||€1,028||€1,137||€1,191|
|Nov 29th 2024 - Dec 6th 2024||€920||€1,028||€1,137||€1,191|
|Dec 6th 2024 - Dec 13th 2024||€920||€1,028||€1,137||€1,191|
|Dec 13th 2024 - Dec 20th 2024||€930||€1,040||€1,150||€1,205|
|Dec 20th 2024 - Dec 27th 2024||€1,351||€1,517||€1,683||€1,766|
|Dec 27th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025||€1,355||€1,521||€1,688||€1,771|
|Jan 3rd 2025 - Jan 10th 2025||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Jan 10th 2025 - Jan 17th 2025||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Jan 17th 2025 - Jan 24th 2025||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
|Jan 24th 2025 - Jun 8th 2025||€889||€994||€1,098||€1,150|
Prices based on an occupancy of 4 people:
|Rental period||3 Nights||4 Nights||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Dec 6th 2023 - Dec 8th 2023||$961||$1,074||$1,187||$1,243|
|Dec 8th 2023 - Dec 15th 2023||$961||$1,074||$1,187||$1,243|
|Dec 15th 2023 - Dec 22nd 2023||$973||$1,087||$1,201||$1,258|
|Dec 22nd 2023 - Dec 29th 2023||$1,409||$1,582||$1,754||$1,840|
|Dec 29th 2023 - Jan 5th 2024||$1,413||$1,586||$1,759||$1,846|
|Jan 5th 2024 - Jan 12th 2024||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Jan 12th 2024 - Jan 19th 2024||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Jan 19th 2024 - Jan 26th 2024||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Jan 26th 2024 - Feb 2nd 2024||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Feb 2nd 2024 - Feb 9th 2024||$983||$1,098||$1,214||$1,272|
|Feb 9th 2024 - Feb 16th 2024||$1,068||$1,195||$1,322||$1,386|
|Feb 16th 2024 - Feb 23rd 2024||$1,030||$1,152||$1,274||$1,335|
|Feb 23rd 2024 - Mar 1st 2024||$991||$1,108||$1,224||$1,283|
|Mar 1st 2024 - Mar 8th 2024||$995||$1,112||$1,230||$1,288|
|Mar 8th 2024 - Mar 15th 2024||$998||$1,116||$1,234||$1,292|
|Mar 15th 2024 - Mar 22nd 2024||$1,000||$1,118||$1,236||$1,295|
|Mar 22nd 2024 - Mar 29th 2024||$1,210||$1,356||$1,502||$1,575|
|Mar 29th 2024 - Apr 5th 2024||$1,300||$1,458||$1,616||$1,695|
|Apr 5th 2024 - Apr 12th 2024||$1,210||$1,356||$1,502||$1,575|
|Apr 12th 2024 - Apr 19th 2024||$1,073||$1,201||$1,329||$1,392|
|Apr 19th 2024 - Apr 26th 2024||$1,073||$1,201||$1,329||$1,392|
|Apr 26th 2024 - May 3rd 2024||$1,113||$1,246||$1,379||$1,446|
|May 3rd 2024 - May 10th 2024||$1,121||$1,256||$1,390||$1,457|
|May 10th 2024 - May 17th 2024||$1,137||$1,273||$1,409||$1,477|
|May 17th 2024 - May 24th 2024||$1,153||$1,292||$1,430||$1,499|
|May 24th 2024 - May 31st 2024||$1,439||$1,615||$1,792||$1,880|
|May 31st 2024 - Jun 7th 2024||$1,202||$1,346||$1,491||$1,564|
|Jun 7th 2024 - Jun 14th 2024||$1,209||$1,355||$1,500||$1,573|
|Jun 14th 2024 - Jun 21st 2024||$1,252||$1,404||$1,555||$1,631|
|Jun 21st 2024 - Jun 28th 2024||$1,282||$1,437||$1,593||$1,671|
|Jun 28th 2024 - Jul 5th 2024||$1,315||$1,475||$1,634||$1,714|
|Jul 5th 2024 - Jul 12th 2024||$1,347||$1,511||$1,675||$1,757|
|Jul 12th 2024 - Jul 19th 2024||$1,392||$1,562||$1,732||$1,817|
|Jul 19th 2024 - Jul 26th 2024||$1,440||$1,617||$1,793||$1,882|
|Jul 26th 2024 - Aug 2nd 2024||$1,538||$1,727||$1,917||$2,012|
|Aug 2nd 2024 - Aug 9th 2024||$1,538||$1,727||$1,917||$2,012|
|Aug 9th 2024 - Aug 16th 2024||$1,538||$1,727||$1,917||$2,012|
|Aug 16th 2024 - Aug 23rd 2024||$1,538||$1,727||$1,917||$2,012|
|Aug 23rd 2024 - Aug 30th 2024||$1,538||$1,727||$1,917||$2,012|
|Aug 30th 2024 - Sep 6th 2024||$1,264||$1,417||$1,571||$1,647|
|Sep 6th 2024 - Sep 13th 2024||$1,238||$1,387||$1,537||$1,612|
|Sep 13th 2024 - Sep 20th 2024||$1,169||$1,309||$1,450||$1,520|
|Sep 20th 2024 - Sep 27th 2024||$1,111||$1,244||$1,377||$1,443|
|Sep 27th 2024 - Oct 4th 2024||$1,095||$1,225||$1,356||$1,421|
|Oct 4th 2024 - Oct 11th 2024||$1,095||$1,225||$1,356||$1,421|
|Oct 11th 2024 - Oct 18th 2024||$1,095||$1,225||$1,356||$1,421|
|Oct 18th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024||$1,243||$1,393||$1,543||$1,618|
|Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 1st 2024||$1,243||$1,393||$1,543||$1,618|
|Nov 1st 2024 - Nov 8th 2024||$995||$1,112||$1,230||$1,288|
|Nov 8th 2024 - Nov 15th 2024||$993||$1,110||$1,227||$1,286|
|Nov 15th 2024 - Nov 22nd 2024||$993||$1,110||$1,227||$1,286|
|Nov 22nd 2024 - Nov 29th 2024||$993||$1,110||$1,227||$1,286|
|Nov 29th 2024 - Dec 6th 2024||$993||$1,110||$1,227||$1,286|
|Dec 6th 2024 - Dec 13th 2024||$993||$1,110||$1,227||$1,286|
|Dec 13th 2024 - Dec 20th 2024||$1,004||$1,123||$1,241||$1,301|
|Dec 20th 2024 - Dec 27th 2024||$1,459||$1,638||$1,817||$1,906|
|Dec 27th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025||$1,463||$1,642||$1,822||$1,912|
|Jan 3rd 2025 - Jan 10th 2025||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Jan 10th 2025 - Jan 17th 2025||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Jan 17th 2025 - Jan 24th 2025||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
|Jan 24th 2025 - Jun 8th 2025||$960||$1,073||$1,185||$1,242|
Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.
A well presented cottage in a beautiful location, ideal for a relaxing break in the Kent countryside, with or without your four legged friend.
The property was very clean and well equipped with a magnificent vista over the vineyards and the marshes beyond. Excellent choice of footpaths on your doorstep which all seem to lead to the really good The Ferry Inn! I would definitely recommend thi
A beautiful, comfortable and well-equipped cottage with stunning views over the countryside. Ideally located for exploring Kent. The owners were very friendly and welcoming.
Lovely setting with open views across the Kent countryside. The cottage has been carefully thought out in terms of energy efficiency and space.
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