We live in a newly refurbished, detached house with its own parking in the beautiful village of Headcorn, in the 'Weald' of Kent - 'the garden of England'. Headcorn is a quintessential Kentish village with the bonus of excellent rail and road links to London, Ashford, with its Eurostar station, Maidstone and Canterbury. The bathroom is shared with one other person.
My place is in a quiet country village not far from Bodiam Castle. Nearby is the steam railway station for a quick journey to Bodiam and Tenterden. The Great Dixter House and beautiful gardens is situated within a 10 minutes walk from the house. The historic town of Rye with it's art and culture is close by with public transport. The bus stop to Tenterden, Hastings and Rye is just 50 metres away.
Comfortable spacious double room with views across the Weald. A hospitality tray with a selection of teas and coffee is provided. Freeview TV with dvd player for your enjoyment. The modern shower room is adjacent to the bedroom for your sole use. For breakfast a selection of cereals, yogurts, fruit and homemade bread, jam and marmalade, tea or freshly brewed coffee. A delightful single/twin room opposite is available at additional cost, please enquire when booking. Ample private parking.