A traditional family home with dogs and cats, set in a peaceful orchard with short walks to local dog friendly pubs, also close to Maidstone with good transport links to London and the rest of Kent. A large enclosed garden for dogs to safely exercise in Convenient for travel to and from Europe, visiting National Trust Properties, working in Kent and events in Maidstone. Free Wireless Fibre Broadband.
“Jan and Chris are amazing people and it was lovely spending a night at their house. The house and the rooms are lovely and cozy and we would have loved to spend more time there than we actually did! Thanks Jan & Chris.”
At the cottage we are thoroughly disinfecting and cleaning all frequently touched surfaces (switches, handles,remotes, etc) before check in. Wisteria Cottage is a beautiful three bedroom, grade II listed building, set in an idyllic historic village. The perfect setting for a family holiday for people who want to enjoy the countryside and glorious walks. Bluewater is also close by. Wisteria cottage is perfect for those wanting a getaway that offers vibrant city as well as beautiful countryside.
“Kate’s place is lovely. The cottage is well located in a very small village, next to a lovely local shop and close to a very peaceful woodland walk. The cottage it’s self was very clean and well decorated. We did find the cottage slightly cold, but Kate did offer to turn it up from her end. House was stocked with tea bags and coffee on arrival - but no milk, I feel that if she could improve at all in anyway, it would be to supply a pint of milk. Other than that, the house was lovely.”
A self contained annex, separate from the main house with all the amenities you will need for a great stay. Private garden, car parking and all linens. Private patio attached to the property.
“A really nice space - we only spent the night but definitely could have stayed longer. Lots of amenities and in a nice quiet location if you want to get away from it all. Mark was really quick to respond to emails and easy to get hold of on his mobile. Cheers Mark.”