This stunning converted oast house presents a breathtaking blend of old and new, with original features combining contemporary style and modern luxuries, all in a beautiful and peaceful rural location.
Make the most of this two-bedroom converted, 16th-century Kentish oast house. Boasting a mix of history, mystery and pure-bred charisma, you’ll be chasing your tails in glee at the gorgeous textures and decor. It’s a beautiful, contemporary living space infused with delightfully dog-eared, vintage charm and surrounded by open fields to run wild in and bridle paths to explore. This countryside is a fabulous playground for hounds, horses and heritage-loving humans alike.
Once down the rural lane that leads to the property, you can truly let yourselves off the leash. Throw off your boots and dry any muddy paws in the handy laundry barn, then climb the wooden stairs into a world of open-plan beauty and top dog living. Each of the magnificent roundels houses a beautiful, circular room that will have you spinning with delight. The decor is homely, cosy and a peaceful patchwork of pattern, colour and blue and white. Sniff out the kettle, make a brew with some treats for your crew and your canine companion, and then all slump onto the comfortable sofa. Let your sleeping, happy dog lie a while as you explore the rest of the house. The master bedroom has a four poster double bed, there is a sweet, twin room with candy-stripe detail, and in the third roundel is the most fabulous wet-room with a roll top bath.
Venture outside with a new leash of life to your sanctuary of a garden. Further afield, and not one for scaredy-dogs, visit Pluckley the most haunted village in England (17 miles) or 16 miles the other way is High Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With dog-friendly Camber Sands 15 miles in the other direction, this is a holiday you can really go mutts on.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.