Malt House - Lynsted, Kent, England
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Contact: Mr. Albert Connor
Key Cottage InformationPrice range from £2000 to £4000 per week
Number of units of accommodation: 3
Sleeps from 2 to 35 people in 13 bedrooms
Number of bathrooms: 9
Short Breaks: Yes - The minimum number of days for a short break is 2
Suitable for the disabled:
Children are welcome:
Pet Friendly: (2 dogs welcome)
Rating: Not assessed
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Situated in the beautiful sleepy Kent village of Lynsted, this Grade II detached, chocolate box Tudor holiday house adjacent to the owner's home is truly unique. The Malt House can sleep up to 29, plus additional accommodation is available, so up to 35 can be accommodated in total, making it the perfect place for a large family holiday or a trip away with friends. Features such as the four poster beds, ensuite bathrooms and woodburners in the living room and ground floor bedrooms make this cottage rural yet luxurious.
The Ground Floor: boasts a beautiful living room with exposed beams, a large kitchen including dining area also with beams. A utility room. 2 bedrooms: 1 double (four poster), 1 bedroom with six single beds. There is also a family bathroom with spa bath, shower and toilet on the ground floor.
On the First Floor: There are a further four bedrooms: one double with a romantic king-size four poster bed, complete with ensuite bathroom, two family bedrooms (each with a double and single bed) plus ensuite facilities and one bedroom with bunk beds.
There is also the Annex (sleeps up to 11), an adjoining wing of the main property.
On the ground floor of the Annex is a bedroom with bunk beds, plus two double bedrooms (each of these bedrooms has ensuite facilities).
On the first floor of the Annex is a large family bedroom with two double beds and a roomy ensuite bathroom.
WiFi is available throughout, ensuring you can stay connected to friends and family.
The garden is large and beautiful, with an outside seating area and furniture for al fresco evening meals in the summer months. The shared outdoor heated swimming pool (9m x 5m, depth 1.5m) is perfect for a relaxed day in the garden when the weather is agreeable - open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm, June to Sept. There is ample parking. Welcome pack provided. Pets are welcome and incur no extra charges. No smoking please.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2013
- Historical Property
- Grade II star listed Manor House dating back to 1500
- With Exposed Beams
- Utility room and large walk in larder
- Video or DVD
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Type of Cooker: Range
- Dining Table Seats: 12
- 2 Kingsize Bed(s)
- 6 Double Bed(s)
- 8 Single Bed(s)
- 2 Bunk Bed(s)
- Romantic Four Poster Bed
- Bed Linen Provided
- Ensuite Bathroom
- Power Shower
- Jacuzzi Bath
- Towels Provided
- Central Heating
- Open Fire
- Wood Stove
- Enclosed Garden: one and a half acres, patio area and heated swimming pool, plenty of parking available.
- Outdoor Hot Tub
- Swimming Pool: Heated Pool
- Views overlooking the Kent countryside
NB: Due to the age of the property the accommodation is arranged over several levels and there are some areas with restricted head room.
The outside of the property offers generous gardens with an outside furnished area and a shared heated outdoor swimming pool during the summer months. The cottage is just a few minutes' walk from Teynham where you will find a local Co-operative store, 3 local pubs and the train station, making trips to places such as Whitstable and Canterbury achievable in under 25 minutes.
Please visit the owner's website to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Kent.
Local pub, church and churchyard in the village of Lynsted. 3 locals pubs, a Co-operative store and a train station in the nearby village of Teynham which is a five minute walk from the cottage. The train station also makes trips to Canterbury and Whitstable very easy and achievable in under 30 minutes. Trips to Broadstairs by train can be achieved in around 45 minutes. Close to the North Kent Downs, The Pilgrims' Way and Cycle Route 1, this is a great holiday base for cyclists and walkers alike.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Teynham train station and City Airport
Recommended Places to Visit: The North Kent Coast and RSPB Nature Reserves are also places worth exploring, and be sure to take your camera to capture the beautiful scenery and wildlife that this part of the county has to offer. Faversham town is also very close by, where there is so much to see and do. Take in the medieval town with it's superb court building on stilts, walk the cobbled streets and tour Shepherd Neame - the oldest brewery in England. If you are visiting in autumn, there is also the Faversham Hop Festival which is not to be missed! Canterbury is a popular tourist destination and is consistently one of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom. With so much to see and do, Canterbury Cathedral, the Canterbury Tales and a trip to the Marlowe Theatre are among the top attractions of this beautiful city. Whitstable is a seaside fishing town that boasts restaurants, art galleries and some of the quaintest shops you will ever see. Whether you fancy taking in the sea air or seeing what the town itself has to offer, there really is nowhere quite like Whitstable. Broadstairs is a great place to visit if you fancy a day at the beach. With its mixture of both secluded and highly popular bays along the coast there is something there for everyone. Whether you want to grab your surfboard and head for the waves, stroll along the promenade or just enjoy the idyllic sandy beaches, it's clear to see why this was Charles Dickens' favoured holiday destination. If you visit in June there is even a week-long Dickens Festival! A vibrant festival with costumed characters, talks, plays and beach outing. In mid-August you can enjoy the Broadstairs Folk Week where live music can be enjoyed in pubs, gardens and on the beach. Even in October there is the three-day Broadstairs Food Festival delivering a delicious array of locally produced food and drink.
Annual Events: Broadstairs: In June there is a week-long Dickens Festival! A vibrant festival with costumed characters, talks, plays and beach outing. In mid-August you can enjoy the Broadstairs Folk Week where live music can be enjoyed in pubs, gardens and on the beach. Even in October there is the three-day Broadstairs Food Festival delivering a delicious array of locally produced food and drink. Whitstable: Host to the Whitstable Oyster Festival which usually takes place in the last weekend of July. Please see http://www.whitstableoysterfestival.com for more details. Faversham: The Faversham Hop Festival is an annual two-day family event with free entry. The Festival sets out to commemorate the golden days of hop-picking when families would come to Kent and pass the evenings with music and stories. A fun event that has been popular for many years. Canterbury: From the 15th Oct 2016 to 5th Nov 2016 over 200 events take place across two weeks in a wide variety of genres including world music, theatre, dance, literature, comedy and visual arts. Rochester: The Dickensian Christmas Festival in Rochester on the 3rd and 4th December 2016.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: RESTAURANTS: The Sportsman at Seasalter, One star Egon Ronay; Eastwell Manor in Ashford; Chilston Park in Lenham PUBS: Three Mariners at Oare; The Plough at Lewson Street; The Albion at Faversham; The White Horse at Selling NB: Property owner eats out a lot and is happy to discuss and pinpoint individual preferences Takeaways - all normal available
Local Sports: Sports: Walking, cycling, sailing, golfing, fishing,
Lynsted is a beautiful sleepy village in Kent, England. It is in many respects an archetypal old English village with a church, a churchyard featuring an ancient yew, a local pub (the Black Lion) and a duck pond. The village is just a five minute walk from Teynham, which has a local co-operative store and 3 local pubs. Teynham also has its own train station, making trips to places such as Whitstable and Canterbury achievable in under 25 minutes.
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