"Featured in The Times as the perfect love nest - \\This former granary has been lovingly converted into a beautiful little hideaway for two in the heart of the Kent countryside. Inside it is all red and white interiors with original wooden beam walls and little fairy lights above the small kitchen table. There’s a cast-iron bed with linen drapes.\\ - The Times February 2018\nSappington Granary is a traditional wooden framed former granary that has been transformed into a cosy and romantic bolthole in the middle of the beautiful Kent countryside.\nThis studio accommodation has everything you need for a comfortable holiday guests receive a welcome pack including a bread mix for the bread maker teacoffee homemade jam butter toasting muffins. Special breakfasts with fresh eggs from the owner’s chickens and other home made items are available.\nSit on the raised decked balcony and look over fields and woodland the perfect spot for breakfast and even better in the evening to watch the setting sun.\nThere are walks from your doorstep to explore this pretty part of Kent. Cycles can be hired from Canterbury and the coast is just 30 minutes drive including the pretty towns of Sandwich Deal and Walmer."
Sappington Granary: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom (double size bed) and 1 en suite bathroom. Garden
Open plan studio with double bed, ensuite shower room with shower cubicle, WC and basin.
The sitting area has a comfortable sofa, dining table and chairs and TV with Freeview/Netflix enabled (own account required), wireless bluetooth speaker.
The kitchen area is equipped with an electric hob/oven, fridge and freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and bread maker.
A raised decked area with bistro table and 2 chairs, and a large enclosed garden with a private gravel patio area with two lounger chairs and coal BBQ (no coal provided)
Parking available on the shared driveway
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