It is difficult to put into words how beautiful this barn conversion is. If you are looking for a rural location with easy access to culture, wildlife and the seaside then simply look no further.
With dual aspect windows and French doors and several outdoor seating areas so that you can make the most of the abundant wildlife and birds. In pride of place there is a majestic olive tree in the Mediterranean garden which provides shade to the side of the barn and is perfect to settle down with a book to relax. The decked area to the rear has far reaching views over Romney Marsh and the boardwalk to the side makes sure that you do not miss out on anything.
Furnished to an extremely high standard and comprehensively equipped, the owners wanted to make your stay with them feel like a real home from home.
If you are looking for a get-away for just the two of you, we also have a beautifully presented one bedroom cabin in a peaceful location and perfectly placed for exploring the footpaths of the Kent countryside and with a good pub within walking distance. The market town of Faversham is just 5 miles away with easy access to Whitstable and Canterbury. Find out more here.
One of the guests comments on their stay: Wow where to start? Beautiful well equipped barn stay at the edge of Romney Marshes with some special treats when you arrive. Lovely new outdoor furniture to wile away the time whilst drinking in the sunshine we were lucky enough to have during our week in May. Beautiful gardens that we enjoyed walking around every day. So much love and care has been given to what was originally a field. We even managed a few games of tennis which was definitely worth taking the rackets for. Lots to see in the area including Camber Sands, the old cinque port town of Rye, even managed to see giraffe, antelope and bison on our walk along the Royal Military Canal (it backs onto Port Lymne Safari Park) even Canterbury is within an hours drive. Would definitely come back and bring bikes as loads of flat cycling to do.
If you can drag yourself away from the tranquil surroundings, the coastal town of Hythe is close by as is the miniature railway at Dymchurch and the wartime Martello Tower.
The owners’ beautifully designed garden is part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS) and is open twice a year. There is also a tennis court at the property for your enjoyment (please note that tennis court use is with owners permission).
Note: There is a fenced pond at Swallows Return and children should be supervised at all times.
Shop: 3 miles Pub: 0.5 mile Coast: 9 miles