Self-Catering in Faversham
Blossom, [sleep 2/4] Cherry [sleep 2/4] and Damson Cottages [sleep 2/7] are located in a newly converted Kentish Barn. The luxurious finish takes self-catering to a new height of perfection.
The cream Shaker style kitchens are fully fitted and include dish washer, washer/ dryer, microwave and fridge/ freezer. A Neff gas hob and electric oven
The open plan lounge area has comfortable seating including a 4' 6" double sprung bed settee. There is an LCD flat screen TV with Freeview and a DVD player. A Bose CD/ radio complete the entertainment.
The cottage enjoys the benefit of wi-fi internet connection.
The upstairs mezzanine bedroom has either twin or superking double bed with fantastic views towards the Swale estuary from the windows.
The downstairs shower room is fully tiled in white and blue.
Damson Cottage has an additional downstairs bed room and en suite shower room.
The Hayloft Barn, circa 1600, is situated in a corner of our garden and orchard that extend to some 8 acres. The farm is part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
It has been converted to an extremely high standard offering two bedrooms. One is a double with en suite shower room and the other, downstairs, has twin beds and an adjacent bathroom. Bedding and towels are included.
It has a newly fitted kitchen and dining area which includes electric oven and gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
The spacious lounge has the additional benefits of a large wall mounted flat screen TV with Sky, Freeview, video, DVD, a Bose radio and CD player and a wi-fi connection. There is also a sprung double bed settee which makes the maximum occupation 6. A child stair gate can be supplied.
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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Children Welcome - over 10
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