This glamping gem is surrounded by idyllic Kent farmland, providing the perfect countryside escape for those wanting to escape the city.
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Neatly tucked away in its own little secluded section of Kent farmland is The Old Sheepfold. This shepherd's hut promises guests a wonderfully secluded stay in The Garden of England, offering views of some of the most beautiful countryside that the UK has to offer. For those wishing to explore the historic towns of Kent or take a trip along the North Downs, the Sheepfold provides the perfect base. If it is a relaxing stay that you are after, then look no further. Besides its standard packages (complete with homemade breakfast including hot pastries, freshly baked bread, compote and yoghurt, as well as a basket of firewood), bespoke retreat bundles are also on offer. So, whether you are looking for a quiet stay for one or a romantic couple's getaway, The Old Sheepfold will leave you wishing you had only visited sooner.
This hut has been meticulously constructed and decorated by the owners. Handmade using traditional methods, The Sheepfold exudes a rustic charm while showcasing several personal touches to give guests a delightfully personalised stay. The luxurious double bed is adorned with luxury linens and cashmere throws, while a traditional log burning stove provides a cosy warmth for those chillier evenings. There is also a small fridge and dining table. Next to the hut is the bathroom, in the form of a converted hay store. Inside there is a toilet, hot shower, heated fluffy towels, and luxury toiletries. The hut also benefits from its own private flower meadow garden which overlooks the stunning Kent countryside. Why not avail of the Weber BBQ, or relax around the firepit on the Eco wood loungers?
The surrounding area has an abundance of things to see and do. The hut itself is surrounded by many native birds and wild animals, making it a nature lover's dream. For the botanists, in the spring the local woodlands are filled with a beautiful display of bluebells. The region is also known for its many walking routes and trails. Staffhurst Woods are nearby, as are several National Trust properties. Chartwell, the former home of Sir Winston Churchill, is a fine example of early 20th century architecture and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. 13th century Hever Castle and Chiddingstone Castle are also well worth a visit.
£ 135 for 1 night stay during the week
£300 for 2 night weekend stay.
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