The Hop Bin set in six acres of landscaped gardens and surrounded by stunning Kent countryside. Prior to 1980 it was still used for storing and drying hops, it forms part of a skilfully converted Oast House and retains much of its natural form. Located in an area with a rich cultural history and spectacular scenery there are castles, stately homes, gardens, country walks, vineyards and much more, all within easy reach. On the first floor this self catering apartment has a fully fitted kitchen, comfortable lounge and two light and spacious bedrooms. There is an internal stairs that leads to the master bedroom and bathroom. There is shared use of the tennis court, outdoor pools and fun climbing area. There is a play area with swings, an adventure fort, tree house, and basketball hoop.
Hop Bin, Main Oast – first floor (sleeps 6) 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, both with en-suite bathrooms, 2 fold out beds, open plan lounge/dining room. WiFi accessKitchen – large kitchen, oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave.Lounge/diner – seating area, TV / DVD player, dining room table & chairs (the dining room table and chairs can be placed in the kitchen depending on guests’ requirements)1 Double Bedroom – up 3 steps into master bedroom, 5ft bed (wooden cot) with en-suite- bath, with shower over1 Twin Bedroom - up 3 steps, two single beds, plus two folding beds. En-suite, bath with shower over, Outside:A selection of leisure facilities offer exceptional relaxation time.Take a dip in the outdoor pool (open 01 June to 31 August) or play on the ‘all-weather’ tennis court.For young guests there is a play area with swings, an adventure fort, tree house, mini-football pitch and basketball hoop.There is an indoor games room with pool table and darts board (darts not included).(Swimming pool - open from the 1st of June to the 31st of August. It is heated when necessary but not constantly)
Friday changeover£250 pre authorised security depositSorry no petsHigh chair & cotSwimming pool-open from the 1st of June to the 31st of August. It is heated when necessary and not constantly.