|The Four Poster Room
The oak beamed double room has a four poster bed with 5ft (1.55 metre) mattress and windows with views looking west across the garden and farm land. There is an en-suite with power shower, basin and toilet. A chest of drawers and hanging cupboard provide ample space for clothes, and there are also two easy chairs for relaxing or watching television.
|The Twin Room
The twin room has two 3ft (0.82 metres) beds and an en-suite with power shower, basin and toilet. There are two easy chairs, chest of drawers and a hanging cupboard for clothes. The room is light and airy with windows looking west and east across the gardens. With floral curtains, bed heads and pale yellow striped wallpaper, this is a very cosy and charming room.
|The East Room
The east room is in the new part of the house, built around 1860. With a barrel ceiling and two large windows with shutters and fantastic views across the bog garden and Weald of Kent, this is a large room with two 3ft beds and a sitting area. The room is light and airy with pale walls and long floral curtains and headboards. There is ample storage space with a hanging cupboard and two chests of drawers. There is a basin in the room and guest have their own private bathroom and shower room along the landing.
All rooms have tea & coffee making facilities, ample storage space, radio alarm clock, hair dryer and television and the use of an iron when required.
Breakfast is served between 7 and 9am, with a good choice of food, which includes homemade and local produce. There is ample parking available.