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Malthouse Barn

Sleeps 2
1 dog
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Only 15 minutes from the Channel Tunnel so bring your passport and take a trip to France, or simply enjoy the local area.. Step to entrance. Ground floor.

Open plan living area.

Living/dining room: With wood-burning stove, rugs on wooden floor and French doors leading to decked terrace.

Kitchen: With butler sink, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer.

Utility room.

Shower room: With shower cubical and toilet.

Spiral open tread staircase leading to…

First floor.

Bedroom: With double bed and sloping ceiling overlooking living room. . Electricity, oil central heating, bed linen, towels, Wi-Fi, and initial fuel for wood burner included. TV, DVD player and stereo/CD player. Decked terrace with furniture. 26 acres of woodlands (shared with owner). Parking for 2 cars. No smoking. .

Nestling in 26 acres of woodland and pasture, this delightful detached barn is situated in a quiet retreat in rural Kent, and offers complete tranquillity with space to think and be creative. The cottage is well equipped and has a wood burner for which the owners thoughtfully supply a basket of logs during the winter months. A glass of wine can be enjoyed on the decked terrace whilst watching the lambs at play, or trying to spot a deer. Malthouse Barn is 20 minutes from Canterbury, and the Channel Tunnel is 15 minutes away for the Eurostar to Paris. Take the fast train from Ashford and be at St Pancras, London, in just over half an hour. For a car free holiday, the owners are happy to collect and deliver guests to and from the station, and for sightseeing trips, you can take the train into historic Canterbury. Enjoy views from the decking down the valley which is occasionally visited by herds of wild deer. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is an orchid conservation area, and makes a lovely place to visit in any season. For flower lovers, there are great gardens to visit nearby including the famous gardens at Sissinghurst, Great Dixter, Bateman’s, Scotney Castle and Charleston. The town of Wye is 4 miles away and has a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs, with a farmers’ market every other Saturday. There are also two local pubs within walking distance. This is excellent walking terrain, and for the more daring, try hot air ballooning locally. Shop 3 miles, pub 1 mile.

There is a step to the entrance. The banister/balustrade height of this property is less than 1m. The stairs are open tread.

Features

Woodburner / Fire
Parking Available
Detached
Rural
WiFi
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Romantic
TV
Washing Machine

Reviews

“Lovely and relaxing holiday for the two of us and the dog . If you love walking in the country or in General , this is the place for you . It was lovely to get away from the hassle and working in general . The owners where lovely people and Friendly. We will be back and hopefully be there more than five days . Thank you xx”
— Annamaria, 12 June 2022
“Quirky cottage, beautiful tranquil location and great spot for exploring the surrounding countryside. Some amazing bike rides. We would definitely return to the Malthouse.”
— Pam, 20 April 2022
“What a lovely cottage, to wake up in the morning to hear just birdsong was lovely and to see the deer roaming freely was such a treat. The cottage is ideal for 2 people a little remote but that is not a problem if you want peace and quiet, this is the place to stay. It is very well situated for a trip to Canterbury or visiting the coast nothing was to far away. Would definitely stay again. Plus the owners were on hand if you needed anything.”
— Toni, 22 March 2022
“We enjoyed a really nice week at the barn. Very comfortable stay in beautiful surroundings. The walks in the local area were lovely and some great places nearby for shopping and essentials (Wye was very handy and a lovely spot).”
— Nadia, 2 February 2022
“A beautiful cottage with loads of character. The location is amazing. Just perfect for a little get away.”
— Ieuan, 6 January 2022
“We had a lovely weekend despite the weather!! The barn is great quirky but very warm and comfortable. A great place to explore from and the lemon drizzle was amazing!!”
— Amanda, 9 November 2021
“A great place to stay with a fantastic view. Really relaxing and local to many great places to visit.”
— Neil, 16 September 2021
“Highly recommend Malthouse Barn, so easy to switch off & unwind, close to everything you need but so peaceful & relaxed. Well fitted & full of charm, just remember to take your own milk! Lovely hosts, good communication. Would happily book again.”
— Robert, 10 September 2021
“This is a lovely quiet cottage, charmingly and even eccentrically furnished, with lots of space for a one bedroom cottage, with an absolutely gorgeous view. I really enjoyed sitting out and watching the sheep.”
— Andrew, 30 August 2021
“Stunning location. No light pollution so could enjoy some star gazing. Interesting collections in the cottage. Some does need a bit of a clean though.Very friendly welcome. Home made lemon drizzle cake was delicious but a pint of milk in the fridge would have meant a cup of tea or coffee on arrival would be possible. A lovely very quirky cottage.”
— S, 20 August 2021
“Thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Very quiet and relaxing. Cannot fault the place. Car a must but central for great days out. Will definitely be returning as loads more to see.”
— Carol, 31 July 2021
“A delightful out of the way cottage. The track to the cottage would prevent a low slung car getting to it, but normal car ok. The insulation is dated and the first couple of days it didn't get properly warm, (expected warmer weather) could have lit the wood burner.Lovely local walks across fields,through woods, and along narrow winding lanes. Local town of Wye about 3 miles away with food shops. Overall a great quiet retreat.”
— Robin, 17 May 2021

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