- Country House
- House / Villa
- Tennis Court
- Baby equipment
- Internet Access
- Log Fire
- Golf nearby
- Horse Riding
- Child Friendly
- Other rental properties on site
This beautiful Tudor property sleeping up to 17, is located in the owner's six acres of glorious grounds on the High Weald overlooking the border between Kent and Sussex. It is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and adjoins Hoath House, a medieval manor house. Hoath House and The Tudor Wing can be booked together for larger groups.
Set over three floors, The Tudor Wing with its space and beauty, allows guests to experience a time when country house grand living and long country weekends were the order of the day. The Tudor Wing has seven super king-size double bedrooms (which can be twins on request) providing guests with a relaxing night’s sleep. Children will love the attic bedroom with its sloping ceiling, large oak beams, nooks and crannies, and will bring out the imagination of all kids to create a castle turret during their stay. If you are gathered together to celebrate a special event or birthday, then The Tudor Wing is the perfect choice! Challenge each other to a game of snooker or table tennis, and if the weather is good, try out the tennis court. Footpaths and bridleways are on your doorstep, so why not pack a picnic, put on your walking boots and explore this beautiful part of Kent. Shops 2 miles. Pub one mile.
The Tudor village of Chiddingstone can be traced back to the 12th century. On the borders of Sussex and Kent, it is a perfect place to stay when exploring the many historic houses and castles in this part of the country. Visit one of the five pubs in the local area, each of which offers different activities from folk nights to walking tours around the village. If historic houses are your thing, then you are truly spoilt for choice. Hever Castle, the ancestral home of Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's second wife, is close by so step back in time and wander through the rooms and gardens where this famous Tudor King first met the lady who would change the history of England forever. The village of Hever was built to accommodate the many followers the King took with him when visiting his noblemen. If you fancy a round of golf, there are four golf courses in this vicinity, including The King and Queen Championship Course which is host to the Kent PGA and Kent Open. Lingfield Racecourse is just a short drive away, so have a flutter and either celebrate in style or drown your sorrows, but whatever you do you will be planning your return to this beautiful part of Kent.
Detailed directions provided on booking
1 mile to the pub
The house is laid out over three floors. There are seven bedrooms (all with TV, and all zip / link, can be twin on request). Some of the rooms have an additional sofa bed or folding single bed. There are bathrooms on each floor. The kitchen has a breakfast table which seats 10 and is well equipped with electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher. The formal dining room seats up to sixteen guests. The sitting room seats 12 comfortably and has a wood burning stove. There’s an entrance hall with reading area and grand piano, and a games room with a half size snooker table, table tennis, games and TV with Sky. Freeview, WiFi, and a selection of books and games.
Private enclosed front garden with furniture and shared use of the six acre garden with lawns, patios and seating areas. Shared use of a hard tennis court (please bring own balls / rackets). Off road parking for 7 cars.
Conditions of Rental
Fuel, power and fuel for fires, bed linen and towels are included in the rent. Cot, highchair and stairgate on request. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Please note that the second floor bedrooms have sloping ceilings and one room has restricted access via centre beam and head-height is very low, making this room suitable for children only. The stairs to the second floor are very steep.
There are numerous footpaths criss-crossing the village landscape, all a short stroll. Discover the ruins of the nearby canal aqueduct, or follow the babbling brook as it winds its way through the pretty villages of Mells and Great Elm towards Frome. Alternatively, a drive in any direction will take you to many places of interest including the historic cities of Bath and Wells, mystical Glastonbury, and the stunning Mendip Hills. This cottage offers a very special and unforgettable holiday experience at any time of the year.
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