The Beech Nut, Smarden
Escape to the beautiful Kent countryside, also known as the ‘Garden of England’ and enjoy a wonderful romantic break at The Beech Nut. This luxury studio cottage is set up perfectly for couples who want to spend quality time together. Set within beautiful grounds and with access to shared facilities, there is so much to explore and discover together.
The Beech Nut is a studio cottage with an open plan living, dining and sleeping space. The cottage has a fully-equipped kitchen for home-cooking, sofa and tv for cosy nights indoors and a double bedroom and wet room towards the back of the property. With luxury furnishings and home decor throughout, this is a wonderful property that will make you feel right at home. On-site guests can make use of the shared facilities which includes a swimming pool, gym, fire pit and games room, so there is plenty to keep you entertained. Plus, guests can enjoy relaxing in the courtyard garden during the warmer months.
When you want to venture off-site, there are some great walking trails from your cottage to the local village pub and surrounding countryside. This property is a great base for exploring the rest of the county. So whether you want to visit the coast, the Kent Downs or nearby attractions, there is a wealth of things to see and do.
Use of shared facilities: swimming pool, gym, fire pit and games room
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Things to do:
The Big Cat Sanctuary – Sanctuary with dozens of big cats with guided tours available.
Sissington Castle Garden – Beautiful gardens surrounding Sissington Castle with trails, flowers, and a shop and cafe to enjoy.
Leeds Castle – Beautiful castle overlooking a lake with exhibits, gardens, zip lines, falconry and more!
The Flying Horse, Smarden – Lovely pub restaurant with a good menu, popular for Sunday roasts.
The Bell, Smarden – Modern pub with a good selection of drinks and food options.
Krishna Indian Restaurant, Headcorn – Traditional Indian restaurant offering delicious meals for the whole family.
Set in the peaceful gardens of a fifteenth century yeoman’s house.
One well behaved dog welcome