We live in a lovely 16th century house originally a pub,in the pretty village of Lamberhurst.Our house is welcoming, relaxing, comfortable, quaint & quirky. We live here with our dogs & cats,so you do have to be animal friendly to stay here! We supply local eggs, cereal, milk, bread, spreads, coffee, tea etc to make your own breakfast.
We live in a lovely 16th century house that was originally a pub in the pretty village of Lamberhurst. Kent. Our house is relaxing, peaceful, welcoming, traditional, quirky and comfortable. We live here with our 2 cats & 2 dogs, so you do have to be animal friendly to live here, as the cats are not aloof like most! This room has a King size bed (5ft) for 2 with a sink and shower. There is a travel cot if needed. There is a separate toilet next door. All linens and towels are provided. You are welcome to help yourself to various teas, including herbal, various coffee's and some basic breakfast ie local eggs, bread cereal, spreads etc. You may use the kitchen & utility room, (where there is a fridge , storage & freezer for your use), to keep some food and cook if you wish, in the evening, we only ask you to clean up after yourself.
We have WIFI. There is a pretty garden leading down to the river Teise, with a summer house for sitting and enjoying the views. There are also plenty of tables and chairs, lovely for sitting out in the warmer weather. For fisherman, the river has carp,chub and some trout.
The street we live on, is a pretty residential road only a minutes walk to the village shop a little supermarket, open 7am-7pm most days & sunday 7am-4pm. Royal Tunbridge Wells, is aprox 15 minute drive away. The village is well served with a vineyard restaurant and several other good pubs.There are many attractions to see in this beautiful part of Kent,with the coast, including the gorgeous historic Rye & the many attractions of Hastings a 30 minute drive away, Brighton & the white cliffs of Dover aprox I hour away.Local attractions such as Scotney Castle, Bewl Water & Bedgebury, Golf course, walking distance or a very short drive away, as on the outskirts of the village, great for sailing, cycling, bird watching, fishing & London is approximately 1 hour by train from Frant station in the next village or a faster line at Paddock Wood & Tonbridge aprox 15 minute drive.We are also lucky to be near many historic places,for example, within 15 minutes drive, are Rudyard Kipling's home Batemans, Battle & Sissinghurst Castle & 30 minutes away is Winnie the Pooh's home Hartfield, aprox 40 minutes are Leeds Castle & Churchill's home Chartwell.
Kitchen breakfast room, utility, dining/living room (piece a vivre) & garden with summer house.
We give advice on where to go,(some how to get in free),local walks etc, what the local pubs & restaurants offer in terms of food, at what prices, to suit all budgets , maps & leaflets to lots of places of interest , walks and attractions. But this house is also large enough to offer solitude if wanted. We have our own section of the house, including separate stair case!Most guests , find very relaxing, especially down by the river & also for writers etc very inspiring. The summerhouse, by the river with the views, has heating and light, hence why writers (both songs & the written word), have had long stays here & find it inspiring,even in the winter months.
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No smoking in the house, garden fine to do so.
No smoking in the house, garden only.All damages to be made good.
We have lived here for nearly 20 years and have enjoyed living in what used to be an old pub and still has many of those features. Main interest is theatre both on and off stage and heavily involved in what what goes on in the area. Enthusiastic cook and enjoys entertaining, always looking to have fun. Well that's Clive, probably time I added me!! I ran Lamberhurst Open Gardens, on July 6th. We raised nearly a thousand pounds for the church stone repair fund. I run a monthly Quiz, fiendish but fun & a cribbage evening. The stage is not for me, tried once never again!!! Couldn't even manage , being in the chorus for a British Legion show. But how would the thespians manage without us back stagers!! Learning to grow orchids. Also enjoying collecting Olympic coins, along with other types. I love reading. As you know we love entertaining, we love our wine & hold a yearly wine evening. So I am the one down by the river, wine & book in hand, enjoying Clive's food!!