A self-contained three storey wing of a manor house set in 100 acres of National Trust woodland and parkland, with private garden and private courtyard access.
This National Trust house is made up of 3 separate parts. The original house built in 1447 is home to my husband, myself, our 2 teenagers, 3 dogs and 2 horses.
The Rose Garden Wing is a 3 storey recently refurbished self contained wing of the original medieaval house with it's own front door, private courtyard entrance and private walled garden.
The large Georgian extension at the front of the house is run as a wedding venue with accommodation in the summer months and can provide additional B&B accommodation in the winter months.
We love the long sweeping drive way, the 100 acres of National Trust woodland surrounding the house and the peace and tranquility this house offers even though it's within striking distance of London, Brighton, Gatwick, Heathrow and the M25. Nestled deep in the Kent countryside on the edge of the village of Horsmonden, this holiday home is a cosy retreat in the winter and a great base for walking and exploring in the warmer months.
Although the property is owned and managed by the National Trust, both the wedding venue and the guest accommodation are run privately and not under the National Trust brand.