About Tamsin Spencer
Myself, husband David and three children love living in Stelling Minnis. The countryside is absolutely beautiful and it's so quiet you'd be forgiven for thinking we were in the middle of nowhere, yet we're just 9 miles outside of Canterbury with its busseling nightlife and fabulous shops and restaurants.
Tamsin Spencer purchased this House in 2016
Why Tamsin Spencer chose Stelling Minnis
The millers barn was built in 1630 as a grain store for the windmill next door. It's been thoughtfully converted into accommodation with a mezzanine level with two single beds, kitchen area, dining room, sitting room bathroom and double bedroom. Here is also a sofabed for additional guests.
What makes this House unique
Staying at The Miller's barn, you are thrust back through history to 1630, yet with all the home comforts of modern living. There are sloping ceilings and lovely old beams throughout.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Wonderfully peaceful and rural
Tamsin, David & family couldn’t have been more welcoming and helpful. Plenty of bedding, towels, tea towels. Spotlessly clean, great facilities all as advertised. Such a beautiful location, looking across the farm circling buzzards or hawks can be seen and there are even binoculars on the window sill to take a better look. We’re quite experienced at renting holiday lets and this was one of the best we’ve had. Great location from where to explore so many places in east Kent, too.
Stelling Minnis is 127 acres of conservation land. The Millers Barn is set in the centre of this prime walking countryside, next door to Kents last working windmill.