WALKING HOLIDAY – Stay at Silver Cottage Price From £350-£550 Per WeekVisited 37 times , 1 Visits today
The kitchen is fully equipped and features a stove and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, cooking equipment, plates & cutlery. A washing machine, iron & ironing board are also provided.
Flat screen TV, DVD player, CD player & wireless broadband. Use of owners tennis court.
Walking, Bird Watching, Photography
Children Welcome,Pets Considered,No Smoking
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Silver Cottage Price From £350-£550 Per Week
Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms. Price From £350-£550 Per Week
Silver Cottage is tucked away down a quiet country lane, surrounded by a private garden and fields. With a double and twin room, it’s perfect for families or couples who want to enjoy the rural beauty of the Kent countryside while still being in a convenient location for Kent’s attractions.
Apart from the bedroom and shower room, the accommodation is open plan. There is under floor heating across the entire downstairs.
- Shower room with hand basin and WC off the entry hall.
- Next to the cloakroom is a cosy twin bedroom with two full sized single beds and ample storage for clothing.
- The rest of the ground floor is open plan with a fitted kitchen, dining table and chairs for six people, and a comfortable sitting area with couch, flat screen television and wood burning stove.
- The kitchen is fully equipped and features a stove and hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, cooking equipment, plates and cutlery. Some non-perishable ingredients and cleaning products are also included.
- A washing machine, iron and ironing board are provided for guests to use.
Upstairs – The master bedroom and ensuite are upstairs and include:
- A large double bed with dormer window and ample shelving.
- The ensuite bathroom has a deep roll top bath, hand basin and WC – perfect for a long soak after an action packed day exploring the ‘Garden of England’.
A private garden with garden furniture is a lovely spot for enjoying a glass of wine in the evening sun. There is lots of room for running around with the private field next door and a private BBQ area.
Guests also have the use of the owner’s tennis court.
Private off street parking.
Low Season from £350 per week.
Mid Season from £400 per week.
High Season from £480 per week.
Peak Season £550 per week.
Minimum stay of three nights in peak season and one night off peak.
Preferred arrival day is flexible.
Payment accepted via PayPal, cheque or bank transfer.
Yalding is five minutes by car or twenty five minutes on foot from the cottage. It dates back over a thousand years and there are still fascinating snippets of its history on display including Twyford Bridge which is one of the best examples of medieval bridges left in England. Town Bridge was the site of a 1643 Civil War Battle where the Cavaliers suffered a significant loss, and the church, which is Grade I listed, has parts remaining from the original 13th Century building.
There are several good pubs and a local shop, as well as a small farmers’ market on the third Saturday of every month between 10am and 1pm. It’s an access point for the River Medway Canoe Trail for canoeing or boating (canoe hire is available from Elveys Canoes in Yalding), and there is quirky teapot museum which has an excellent cafe on Hampstead Lane.
Maidstone is around seven miles (eleven kilometres) from Yalding. It’s a bustling town packed with attractive historic buildings, shops and restaurants, an excellent museum, and a friendly atmosphere. Attractions in and around Maidstone include the Maidstone Museum and Bentlif Art Gallery, Kent Life Heritage Farm Park and, of course, magnificent Leeds Castle. Other places within an hour’s drive include: the historic city of Canterbury; Royal Tunbridge Wells; the castle ruins of Thurnham and Sutton Valence; The Historic Dockyard of Chatham; Stoneacre (National Trust); Lashenden Air Warfare Museum; Greensand Way Long Distant Path (accessible just ten minutes from the cottage); Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens (twenty minutes); Camber Sands / Rye (one hour); and London’s bustling capital city which is easily accessible by train from Paddock Wood and West Malling (fifty minutes to Victoria and Charing Cross).
One of the main reasons people come to Kent is to experience the beauty of its countryside, gardens and country houses, and two of the best places to enjoy it are the White Horse Wood Country Park and Mote Park. The North Downs Way stretches some one hundred and fifty-six miles between Dover and Surrey and goes through Hollingbourne and Lenham, while Bluebell Hill, Teston Country Park and West Malling (a lovely quaint Kentish town with a good selection of shops and eateries) are also good choices for walking and cycling.
The property has Wi-Fi throughout. Linen, towels and utilities are included in the price. Some logs are provided for the wood burner. A housekeeping service can be arranged by request.
Short breaks are available depending on availability.
Dogs allowed on request.
It should come as no surprise to you that Kent, often referred to as the “Garden of England”, is a great place to go walking in. From north to south, the county contains a number of enticing hiking routes and is particular popular with those London walkers looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
If you’re a lover of nature, and being outdoors, you’ll find yourself right at home hiking in amongst the greenery on offer here. Join us on one of our guided walking tours. Please ask Themed Holiday Ideas for details.
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