Holiday Cottage in Wittersham, Kent
from £240 pwSleeps 2
This beautifully presented converted barn in a lovely village setting with wonderful views across the surrounding fields.
This pretty self catering holiday cottage in Kent has been completed to a high standard with oak beams and open aspect giving it a real feeling of light and space yet with a cosy wood burner to curl up in front of in the colder months. The neutral colour scheme and dark oak effect flooring make this a very attractive and charming holiday cottage.
The open plan kitchen/sitting room in this holiday cottage in Kent is double height with large French windows making the most of the wonderful open views across the owner's fields with grazing sheep, magnificent oak trees and a well stocked pond where guests are permitted to fish. The patio area is perfect for sitting and relaxing on a summer's evening. A great area for walking and a large variety of lovely attractions to see and experience!
This cottage has been rated 4 star by Visit England.
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Roundel Barn: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom. Outside seating area with bbq
The cottage is approached via a short gravel drive from the main road and has parking for several cars in front of the barn itself.
Open plan kitchen/sitting room with electric hob, fitted oven and microwave, washing machine, small dishwasher. Also included in the property is a flat screen TV, DVD and freeview.
Sitting room/dining room with seating for 4, wood burner.
Master bedroom (sleeps 2) double bed
Bathroom has bath and shower
Seating area, table and chairs for 4, parasol and BBQ
This self catering Kent holiday cottage is situated in Wittersham, a pretty rural Kent village in an area of outstanding natural beauty which can be found on the four and a half miles south of the pretty Kentish town of Tenterden and about the same distance to the south to the famous Cinque Port town of Rye . Wittersham stands high in the middle of the Isle of Oxney, which was once an island surrounded by sea water. The village sign shows an image of a longship, which refers back to the Danish invasion of Appledore in 892. It is very likely that the Danes occupied the Isle of Oxney, as a vantage point to view the troops of King Alfred the Great who it is believed were based at Newenden .
The Kent village has two good pubs ten minutes walk from the self catering holiday cottage, and there are wonderful walks in all directions for guests to enjoy during their stay in Kent.
The picturesque town of Rye is only a few minutes' drive and has enchanting cobbled streets, medieval church and beautifully preserved historic houses from medieval, Tudor and Georgian times. Rye is almost suspended in time and has a uniquely unhurried atmosphere. It has great pubs and restaurants and pretty little unique small shops to discover. You can even buy freshly caught fish from the harbour!
The cathedral city of Canterbury is 35 miles to the north of this holiday cottage which is well worth a visit whilst you are in the Kent area. If you are looking for a beach, the Kent holiday cottage is about 20 minutes from Camber with its fabulous sandy dunes and miles of beach and charming Winchelsea, famous for its picturesque village centre and great beach.
As Kent has more castles than any other county there are lots to visit during your stay at this luxury holiday cottage - particularly the beautiful moated Leeds Castle, and Dover Castle with its wonderful historic battlements and the secret World War II chambers dug into the white cliffs. Additionally the High Speed train can be caught from Ashford making London a 35 minute journey!
For more ideas of places to visit, please look at our 'Things to Do' section of the website.
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