Lovingly Renovated Dairy, One Bedroom, Two Private Garden Areas And Log Burner
About Caryn Marriner
Martin and Caryn moved to Birchley House Farm in October 2011. Whilst living in the Coach House, we obtained planning permission to convert the attatched dilapidated Oast and farm buildings. We are now enjoying the fruits of our labour and The Coachhouse once our home, began being rented out as a holiday cottage in 2014. We enjoyed meeting and chatting to our guests so much that we obtaind planning permission in 2015 to convert a redundant Old Dairy into a one bedroom holiday let now ready to welcome guests from 15 July 2016 onwards. Both properties are located in a most idyllic position with the most spectacular views. We enthuse in our homes history and have kept many of the original features. The buildings were once the Coachhouse and farm buildings, serving a fine Grade II listed property still glorious to this day. Feel free to meander our 20 acres enjoying views little changed over the centuries. There is a peace to this place we just can't explain, so we don't, we just enjoy it.
Caryn Marriner purchased this Cottage in 2011
Why Caryn Marriner chose Biddenden
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of every day life. There is a presence of peace and calm both within the cottage and outside from which you will not want to leave.
What makes this Cottage unique
Ideally located to visit the numerous National Trust and private historic houses. You may prefer to take a trip up to London by train (1 hr) or walk along the sandy beach of Camber Sands and enjoy many of the areas local hostelries and vineyards. Visit historic towns and villages such as Tenterden, Rye, Cranbrook, Goudhurst, Headcorn to name but a few.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Children not allowed
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Birchley House Farm is situated within the Weald of Kent, just outside the quaint village of Biddenden. Set down a country lane, up a long track, it is set far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, enjoy the peaceful location and the far reaching views, over farmland across to Hemsted Forest. It is surrounded by medieval villages such as Cranbrook, Tenterden, Sissinghurst, Rye to name but a few, and National Trust Properties such as Sissinghurst Castle, Scotney Castle, Smallhythe Place. Bedgebury Pinetum and Hempsted Forest. Go back in time on steam train ride from Tenterden. Walk from your door, across fields to Biddenden Vineyards. Enjoy the many fine pubs and restaurants, Michelin Star and Best Dining Pub amoungst them.