"A pretty country cottage converted from an original farmer’s barn carefully created with space in mind and a traditional almost Nordic theme set upon a working cattle farm and directly on the famous footpath of The Pilgrims way. Within close proximity of the picturesque village of Brook this quiet and peaceful village boasts both a charming local country pub and an agricultural museum.\nThis self-catering accommodation provides family and friends with a taste of the country life within a tranquil setting and only the trickling stream and pond is between you and miles of glorious countryside. After a long day out sightseeing why not sit on the terrace looking out to the farm with a glass of wine and in winter nestle up by the log burning fire. This Kent holiday home is the ideal place to base your stay whether for a long weekend or longer summer holiday with family and friends."
Cowslip Cottage: sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, 1 reception room, 1 family bathroom.
Entry through electric gates onto the working farm, with cattle yard to one side and the farmers house to the other. Further leading to the private barn.
Enter directly through French doors into the open living space.
Sitting room, sofa and chairs seating 4, log burner, flat screen TV, DVD player. Dining table and 6 chairs.
Kitchen, electric oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, extractor, fridge/freezer, plenty of storage.
Family bathroom, bath, with overhead shower
Master bedroom (sleeps 2), king size bed
1 king size double or twin room (sleeps 2), please specify upon booking what configuration you would like
Oil heated radiators
Terrace area with table and chairs seating 4
Parking at the property for 2 cars
Access to grounds and pond
What you need to know
Welcome pack provided, including ample logs for the log burner in winter months
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