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A quaint farmhouse with plenty of country chic, the Kentish Barn offers lovely views across the rolling countryside with a hot-tub in which to enjoy the tranquil rural landscape. Within walking distance, you will find the Ferry Inn, a 14th century pub which offers roaring log fires and specialist Rye Bay scallops.
Whether you’re together to celebrate a special occasion or simply to unwind and rejuvenate, this luxurious barn conversion will provide you with the ideal social space as well as numerous enough relaxation stations for every need. An oak theme runs through the whole home, with brown leather chairs, wooden doors and window frames and granite worktops. The well-equipped kitchen has lotsnof surface space and all the latest mod cons. There is a breakfast table in the kitchen as well as a stately formal dining area at the other end of the home. Alongside this is the impressive lounge, with sumptuous sofas, a large TV and a fireplace. There is a games room with table tennis and table football , plus a snug, just off from the master suite complete with an Xbox.
There are four spacious bedrooms, three with double-beds, a TV and a truly luxurious bathroom with facilities including large walk-in rain-showers, and one twin room with Velux blinds and a vaulted ceiling. Each room beautifully enhances the original beam-work of the barn, with complementary colour palettes and simple décor.
And finally, step outside, onto the raised terrace, where you can indulge in a little alfresco dining and fire up the BBQ. With such clear skies out here in the natural landscape of Romney Marsh you can enjoy an unforgettable evening of star-gazing as you soak in the hot tub on the terrace.
In this wonderful location near the Saxon Shore Way you can enjoy miles of ruins, dunes and medieval towns in a wonderfully rural environment. It is undoubtedly paradise for walkers and cyclists, with huge skies and rolling green hills punctuated by the occasional church spire or castle turret. Within walking distance, you will find the cosy Ferry Inn, a 14th century pub which offers roaring log fires and specialist Rye Bay scallops. The local village of Tenterden, just 15 minutes away, with its tree-lined High Street, has countless shops and cafes and even a steam train running services to the ruins of Bodiam Castle. When the weather’s right, take a dip in the sea at Camber Sands where you can enjoy surfing and other water-sports.
from £2,332 per week
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