We offer a large room in our oak framed cart lodge which has its own independent entrance and which enjoys views of the garden and surrounding countryside from the windows. The room features a mix of antique and contemporary furniture including a comfortable king sized bed with “White Company” linen. The room sleeps 2 but a small sofa bed could accommodate 1 or 2 small children if required (small extra cost). A TV and DVD player is provided and the bookshelf includes a selection of DVDs and books. Wi-fi is available in the room and on the veranda.
Tea and coffee making facilities are supplied as well as a fridge. Continental breakfast can be taken in the room or outside if the weather allows.
The room looks out to the rear over the garden which includes a number of sitting areas and a veranda with table and chairs. Parking on the drive is provided.
Pluckley is famous for being England’s most haunted village and is also where the TV series “The Darling Buds of May” was filmed. It is a beautiful, historic, Kentish village s fringed by apple orchards and looking out over the Weald. Cyclists will find quiet lanes and walkers can explore local footpaths some of which make up the Pluckley Circular Walk. For sustenance the Dering Arms (a great pub and fish restaurant) is just at the end of the lane (2 minutes walk) and there are 2 more pubs within 5 minutes drive.
For garden enthusiasts Sissinghurst and Great Dixter are nearby whilst the lesser known but impressive Godinton House is around 5 miles away. The nearest beaches are at Camber Sands or Whitstable (35 minutes drive). A trip to Canterbury with its cathedral is essential whilst the charming coastal village of Rye in East Sussex is well worth a visit. Nearby market town, Tenterden, known as the “Jewel of the Weald” features a historic high street, antique shops and a steam railway.