This beautifully converted garden building sits in the grounds of the main house and provides a charming cosy getaway. The accommodation comprises a stable door leading to a tiled lobby. There is a door to an en-suite bathroom with shower over the bath and another door through to the spacious double bedroom. There is a pull out single bed so can accommodate 3 people.This is an ideal place to stay if you prefer the convenience of a B&B yet the privacy of being separate from the owner's house. A lovely continental breakfast of fresh pastries is provided by the owner on a tray for your room. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in the room. Outside there are two chairs and a picnic table. The grounds are beautiful, mainly laid to lawn with a pond in the centre. This is an ideal base for walkers.
Each holiday let is very individual but both have a sense of calmness and light. The properties have been decorated and furnished to a very high standard. Each enjoy views over different aspects of the garden. The grounds are beautifully maintained mainly laid to lawn with an orchard. There is a large pond in the centre. On entering the property down the drive you immediately feel a sense of space in rural countryside. We endeavour to make your stay as memorable and special as possible. The owner lives in a detached property also in the grounds. The property lets have been 4 star rated by Visit England (Quality in Tourism). Both holiday lets do not accept dogs and are no smoking.
Romantic get away
Nearest beach: Camber Sands: 15 km
Airport: Gatwick. Railway: Ashford: 25 km. Ferry: Dover. Train: Etchingham= 12 mins and Staplehurst = 25 mins. Train time to London - an hour.
Car hire is recommended.
Sandhurst is ideally located in a peaceful convenient rural location - 10 minutes from Cranbrook and Tenterden - 30 minutes from Ashford and the fast train to Paris - 35 minutes from the M25 motorway.
The area is known as 1066 Country. Rolling hills, steam railways and fairytale castles. The area is steeped in history and heritage. Budding historians can explore the many castles, historic houses, Cathedrals and stately homes found throughout the county. Bodiam Castle is less than three miles away.
Attractions include: Walking - There are numerous, well defined public footpaths and bridal ways. Gardens - There are famous gardens and houses in the area including Sissinghurst Castle, Bateman's and Great Dixter House.
Steam Trains - A steam train runs between Tenterden and Bodiam stopping at various stations en route. Rye – medieval gem of the Cinque Ports
This picturesque market town is home to the enchanting cobbled Mermaid Street, the impressive Norman church of St Mary’s, a rich selection of antique and specialist shops and a thriving fishing fleet. Near Rye is Camber - renowned for its outstanding natural beauty with its miles of golden sands, safe bathing and a great location for beach combing. Hastings - This cosmopolitan town is home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe, the remains of the first castle in England to be built by William the Conqueror, a preserved Old Town and a strong local arts community. Battle - The birthplace of English history. This charming market town grew up around Battle Abbey and takes its name from the famous battle between England’s would-be rulers William Duke of Normandy and the Saxon King Harold.
France - If you feel like it, it is easy to have a day out in France. We are less than an hour from Dover and the ports but only 30 minutes from Ashford International Train station. There are two main line stations to London close by. Train time to London just under an hour. There are many good pubs and restaurants which we can recommend.