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Stourview Cottage B&B
White Hill Bilting

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A traditional Kent Peg tiled 300 year old family home, offering two Kingsize suites with ether a private bathroom or a private shower room. Each suite/room has a private entrance & gardens with patio & seating areas for outside dining, weather permitting so to enjoy the countryside views. Ideal for a peaceful and relaxing stay. The garden suite has a pretty inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove & beams. This cottage retains many original features, including low door ways and secret winding staircases.

Stourview Cottage is sat high on White Hill, so overlooking The North Downs / Pligrims Way and the pretty village of Wye, offering some of the best views in Kent. Wye is just 2 miles away and has a train station and a range of quality Restaurants/ Public houses, shops, banks and a post office. We also offer evening meals and a full breakfast menu, all of which is cooked on our Aga style range and using only the finest local fresh seasonal & organic ingredients (where possible) We have been awarded 5* plus a Silver food award for the quality of the food served. No adjoining guest bedrooms unless you request them, private dining and a full range of in house Beauty Therapy & Massage treatments available.

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