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Elvey Farm
Elvey Lane
Pluckley
Kent

TN27 0SU | View map
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Everyone who's been here remembers the first time they saw Elvey Farm. It's at the end of a twisting, winding little lane, nestled amongst 75 acres of farmland. As far as the eye can see, there are fields, orchards and hills, with the church spire in the distance.

There's a real sense of history here. The Hall House has been around since the Middle Ages, and the Stable Block, where you will be staying, has been at the heart of the farm for centuries.

Whether you're sipping champagne on the verandah outside your suite, or you're riding your own horse through our excellent bridleways, you'll be surrounded by the quietest, the prettiest and the most idyllic countryside in Kent.

But this is no ordinary farmyard. Elvey has been renovated to the highest standards. Expect brand new contemporary bathrooms, fully renovated rooms with every comfort, and friendly, personal service.

At breakfast you have fresh eggs from our own chickens, sausages from local farms, tomatoes and fried potatoes from our own gardens. In the evenings, you can sample wine or cider from Kent's vineyards, and admire crafts from local artists. Elvey has been run by local people for centuries.
That's why we say Elvey is Kentish to the core.

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Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9

Price per Room:

Double: From £150 per night
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