Charming cottage for two located in the heart of the Kent countryside and within walking distance of the historic town of Tenterden, ideal for keen walkers looking for a countryside escape.
Bathed in natural light, this bright and cheery cottage sitting on the edge of the historic town of Tenterden sleeps two people in one bedroom – making it the ideal accommodation option for a romantic couple looking for a charming retreat in the heart of the Kent countryside. Spend your days exploring castle and wineries, and your evenings discovering the village’s local pubs and eateries.
Step into this lovely lodge-style cottage via the patio doors and you’ll find yourself in a light and bright open-plan living room/kitchen/dining area overlooking a landscaped patio area. Whip up a romantic meal for two in the kitchen area and enjoy an intimate dinner in the dining area – or head outdoors and dine alfresco on the cute private patio. After dinner, snuggle up on the sofa in the lounge area and binge-watch your favourite TV shows. When the day is done, retire to the lovely king-size bedroom. In the morning, start your day with a game of tennis on the property’s tennis court. Please bring your own racquets and pre-arrange a game time with the property manager.
Take a picturesque ride on the Kent and East Sussex Railway (1 mile), which weaves its steamy way 10.5 miles from Tenterden to Bodiam. Its beautifully restored coaches and locomotives date from Victorian times. Alternatively, check out the tipples on offer at Chapel Down Winery (2.5 miles). Enjoy a wine-tasting, take a tour, or sign up for a masterclass. Further afield, take a romantic stroll at Sissinghurst Castle (8 miles), which writer and poet Vita Sackville-West transformed in the 1930s with her diplomat and author husband, Harold Nicolson.