House in Faversham, Kent, England - Ideally Situated For Ramblers And Bird-watchers, One Mile From The Market Town Of Faversham
- english, french
Sally and I started building our dream home in 2006. We have lived there for the last 9 years, enjoying all its delights - cooking on the Aga, sitting in front of the open fire and watching the wildlife and the gorgeous views from the terrace. Now we have decided to see some more of the world before we retire, so plan to spend time on a barge on the French canals.
Owner purchased this House in 2006
Why Owner chose Faversham
Syndale Lodge is set in beautiful old park land with ancient oaks and horse chestnut trees all around. The views over the Syndale Valley show hop gardens and cherry orchards as well as spectacular sunsets. All this and only a mile from Faversham, medieval market town
What makes this House unique
The beauty of the countryside but only a mile from a charming medieval market town of Faversham. Under an hour to London on 'the bullet' train to St Pancras. Close to Channel ports of Dover and Folkestone, as well as The Channel Tunnel
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
No dogs as we are surrounded by sheep!
We love children who are under control!
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Lovely House and View with sunset!
This property was ideal for the 6 adults and children staying. The size of the property is generous and ideally situated to some lovely beaches and grand days out. A great holiday.
Excellent memories for my birthday.
Everything was perfect!I took a large group of family and friends to stay in this large, interesting and high-end house. The property was really interesting, comfortable, homely, clean... with fantastic special features, such as fireplaces and an Aga. The natural light in the property was beautiful, as were the views. Syndale Lodge is well equipped with great space and facilties. Sally and David are very easy going and were so helpful- leaving fresh flowers as a huge display of fruit for us. Faversham is an absolute delight with interesting little shops, a Saturday Market and good eateries. Nearby Whitstable is also full of character and a few of us partook in their Parkrun. I would highly recommend this home, it was beyond my expectations.
A beautifull home in a tranquil location
I have fallen in love with this venue!! The owners are so kind and accommodating wlecomingin your with smiles and any assistance you may need. The house has a bright and open feel, each room is unique and decorated tastefully with stunning valley views. I would highly recommend this venue and have already booked to stay again. Many thanks, Amber
Stunning unique holiday home
We booked the house for a large group of 15 friends and it couldn't have worked out any more perfectly. Sally and David were beyond welcoming, even picking us up from the station on arrival. The house is wonderful, with so many thoughtful and beautiful touches, from the fresh flowers in every room to the art on the walls. The rooms are all very spacious and most of them have en suites. There were multiple communal areas and a great dining table. The garden overlooks rolling hills and countryside which was delightful to look out on to as we lounged on the grass or in the specially ordered hot tub!
I will most detinitely be returning to this magical house, we really didn't want to leave come Sunday morning! Thank you David and Sally!
Beautiful place to stay, can't wait to come back!
We recently booked Syndale Lodge for a 3 night hen weekend. We were looking for somewhere we could relax and have a girls weekend and the Lodge didn't disappoint. We were met by Sally who was very welcoming and gave us a tour of the lodge and contact details, as well as local information and taxi numbers (very useful). The kitchen, dining area and lounge are very spacious and the kitchen extremely well equipped. The rooms are all lovely, each with their own unique feel (I enjoyed staying in 'Narnia' - the room is accessed through a 'wardrobe' - would be great fun for kids! ). The veranda and sun room were lovely for sitting and chatting or relaxing and the views were fantastic. There were thoughtful touches everywhere, including fresh flowers, a huge bowl of fruit and shelves of books, making the place feel homely. There were 10 of us staying and we all had plenty of space (plus no problems with the boiler/showers), we found the place to be very clean and tidy. The lodge felt very peaceful and tucked away, but Canterbury was only a short drive (15-20 mins) for shopping and exploring, tesco superstore about 7 min drive for stocking up. We also found one or two pubs close by! We are very keen to come back individually with our families (and hopefully at some point for a relaxing girls' weekend!). A massive thank you to Sally and David for letting us stay in their beautiful lodge.
Large property in lovely location
Just spent a wonderful week in this property with our family. It accommodated our large group of 9 adults and 3 children well. The property is in a beautiful location and within easy reach of plenty of places to visit plus only half an hour drive to the beach. We will definitely visit this area again. A lovely touch was the flowers and fruit bowl waiting for us on our arrival. The kitchen was well stocked with plenty of crockery and glasses. Our only negative comment would be that the property and garden was not really safe for our children which were all under three. The garden was not secure and needed a gate at the side of the property and as the house is over different levels with three sets of stairs off the main living room, stair gates would have been useful. The Aga was great, but was another hazard with toddlers because it was hot to touch at all times. Babies and older children would be fine.
Dover Castle, Whitsable, Herne Bay and Camber Sands are all worth a visit. Wingham Wildlife Park is a great place to take the children.
8 miles to Whitstable famous for seafood and especially oysters
1 mile to Faversham Creek and the famous bird sanctuary at Oare
In the heart of hop country
Gatwick. 60 miles to Dover 26 miles and to Folkestone 29 miles
Faversham 1 mile. Canterbury 8 miles, Whitstable 8 miles
One mile from the historic market town of Faversham, famous for Shepherd Neame brewery, Britain's oldest. The town has many pubs, shops, banks, three supermarkets and a variety of quality restaurants. Faversham is renowned for its creek which has a working boatyard that is home to many beautiful Thames sailing barges. The lodge is situated in the heart of the Kent countryside and there are numerous spectacular walks that can begin from the front door. Half a mile away lies Oare marsh, a haven for wildlife that attracts bird watchers from across the country. Slightly further afield and on the coast is Whitstable which is world famous for its Oysters. It also offers a large selection of seafood restaurants and boutique shops.