"Dormestone Paddock Cottage is a pretty lodge set within the grounds of the Dormestone Farm estate and located on the North Downs an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.\nThis cute lodge is perfect for couples who want to immerse themselves in the lovely Kent countryside and is ideal for any time of the year. On warm days the pretty cottage garden has mature trees to offer both sun and shade and the patio is a lovely setting for an alfresco lunch or early evening cocktail.\nDormestone Paddock Cottage is surrounded by lovely walks and also great for cycling. Further afield is the historic City of Canterbury and the great transport links from Ashford International."
Dormestone Paddock Cottage: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. Double 1. Driveway parking for one car (shared with Dormestone Farm). Enclosed cottage garden
Open plan living space with sofa, woodburner (feature only), kitchen area with cooker amd fridge (no freezer), dining area
French doors lead to enclosed cottage garden with patio and garden furniture
Double Bedroom (sleeps 2)
Bathroom with roll top bath, hand held shower, WC and basin
Enclosed cottage garden with patio and garden furniture
What you need to know
Private parking on driveway - area shared with Dormestone Farm
Dormestone Paddock Cottage is located in the Dormestone Farm estate. Dormestone Farm is also available, sleeping up to 10 guests.
Please note the gardener attends to the grounds every Saturday.
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