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Honeychild Manor Farmhouse, Romney Marsh, Kent

Honeychild Manor Farmhouse
St Mary in the Marsh
Romney Marsh

TN29 0DB | View map

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A warm welcome from Val and Stephen Furnival awaits you at Honeychild Manor Farm Bed & Breakfast. A comfortable Georgian farmhouse just outside the village of St Mary In The Marsh on Romney Marsh.

Honeychild Manor Farm is a working arable farm with its own dairy herd of 300 cows. Although set in a peaceful rural location, we are within easy access to major towns and places of interest in Kent and East Sussex. The historic town of Rye, the Channel ports and Ashford International Station are all just 30 minutes away or less.

The 4 guest bedrooms are spacious and light, with remote control TV and free Wi-Fi internet access, etc. There is one en suite bedroom with a power shower, and a family bathroom.

Breakfast is served in the Georgian dining room using all local ingredients, when in season. Many people have told us they stay with us just for the delicious breakfasts!

Five minutes away are wide open, unspoilt beaches, each with their own individual character and wildlife. The peace and quiet of the Marsh make it perfect for ramblers and cyclists and there are 6 golf courses within easy reach.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 star. AA Breakfast award.

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: 70 - 75
Ensuite: 75 - 85
Twin: 70 - 75
Single: 40 - 45
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