Bells Cottage

Tenterden, Kent
  • 4
  • 2
  • Pet Friendly

Super cottage blend of modern luxury with 1800s origins. Lovingly restored by interior design owners. A true treasure in Tenterden.

  • Contemporary living in a historic cottage, beautifully furnished.
  • Minutes from high end vintage boutiques, quirky shops and restaurants.
  • Wonderful walks, gardens to visit and wine to taste at local vineyards.
  • As recently featured in Kent Life Magazine

About Bells Cottage


"Fancy a mini-holiday in the heart of rural Kent but with plenty of places to eat, drink, shop and explore on your doorstep? Welcome to Bells Cottage" - Kent Life Magazine (June, 2018)

Beautiful white washed oak flooring, whites and greys, sumptuous soft furnishings, quirky clever lighting, indulgent carpets, personal objets d'art, attention to detail is Bells Cottage motto. The owners, both interior designers, have lovingly and sympathetically restored this 1800's cottage to a very high standard retaining original features, turning into a contemporary gem. A brand new designed cottage in one of the oldest lanes in Tenterden.

Lounge and relax in the welcoming beamed living room, warm up after a long walk by the log burner in cooler times. Climb up the stairs, enjoy peaceful nights in your intimate bedroom. Wake up, jump into your luxurious bathroom and get ready for another day exploring this beautiful part of Kent. On warm days sip a beverage in your south facing garden, discover Tenterden and the stunning Kent countryside with your family and friends. Stay in or dine out, that's what it is all about.

Bells Cottage, one of our favourite cottages in Tenterden, creates that perfect combination of mixing town with country, a great location at one of the oldest street in Tenterden, surrounded by beautiful décor. A place to return to time and time again.
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"Arrived in dense fog but that couldn’t spoil the charm of either the cottage or Tenterden. Beautiful cottage, well located for visiting the area. Spent the start of the year on the steam train and visiting Bodiam. Thank you for a great start to 2017..."

NYE 2016 - Harts & Copelands

"Delighted on arrival with such a stylish, thoughtful, cosy cottage. The location could not be better – walking distance from everything you could possibly need or want. An incredible amount to do, or just enjoy doing absolutely nothing – light the fire and relax. We are thrilled with the cottage. Thank you to the owners and a Merry Christmas everyone. P.S; We will be back in the spring!"

Christmas 2016 - Amanda, Stuart, Autumn & Ivory

"A heavenly cottage. A short stay catching up with family nearby. The cottage is a perfect retreat to rest and recharge."

November 2016 - Salcombe's

"A week of dry weather and wonderful Autumn colours. The cottage is a great centre for day trips and is most welcoming at the end of a day exploring. Very comfortable, beautifully decorated and well equipped. Will linger in our thoughts for a long time…"

October 2016 - Pat & Keith

"Gorgeous house in wonderful location. Have had a fabulous few days exploring the area, particularly liked Rye, Great Dixter & Smallhythe Place."

October 2016 - Williams & Reading Family

"Reviews coming soon"

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What makes this area
So special...

This self catering cottage is right in the middle of Tenterden, a bustling lively town once a Cinque Port town When Tenterden was a Cinque Port back in the 1800's the lane where the cottage is located, formerly known as Honey Lane, was one of the access routes to and from the port. Tenterden is home to the Kent and East Sussex railway where you can step back in time and take a gentle journey enjoying the best of countryside views described as the "Jewel of Kent". Approximately 10 miles of beautiful views with the last stop at Bodiam castle.

Property details

Bells Cottage: Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, enclosed paved garden,
Ground Floor

Sitting room seating 4, log burner, flat screen TV, doorway leading to...

Kitchen & dining room, seating 6, butler sink, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, Magimix coffee machine.

First Floor

Master Bedroom (sleeps 2) double bed, built-in wardrobe

Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2) double bed, built-in wardrobe

Family bathroom with walk-in shower, rain shower head, hand held shower, basin, W.C.

Outside parking for 2 cars nearby.


Enclosed mainly paved garden. Seating for 5, BBQ. Coal not provided


What you need to know

1 small/medium sized dog welcome (not upstairs please)

Parking for two cars available a short walk from the cottage (parking permits provided).

There is an enclosed garden at the back.

Wi-Fi

A cot and highchair are not supplied at this property.

Please be advised the cottage has steep stairs and is not suitable for guests with limited mobility. 

Gas central heating.

No hens or stags

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