B and Bs in Tenterden
Mike and Brenda Harrison welcome you to their lovingly restored Grade II Listed Cottage, parts of which date back to the 17th Century.
Among the many features within their home are a wealth of oak beams and two large Inglenook fireplaces creating a cosy and relaxed atmosphere. Ample parking space within a large mature garden and lock-up facilities for those guests who require their motorbike to have overnight security.
The accommodation comprises a Family room/Double room en-suite with TV, tea and coffee facilities. Two single rooms with access to separate bathroom. The accommodation is extremely private with a dividing door separating the guest suite from main part of the cottage.
With a comfortable lounge for guests to use and a large mature garden in which to relax and enjoy.
Tenterden is well known for its antique shops, art and craft galleries, tea-rooms, and excellent restaurants as well as for the Kent and East Sussex Railway Station, from which you can journey on the grand Steam Train along the Rother Valley to Bodium Castle in East Sussex.
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