This single-storey cottage situated one mile from the village of Hever in Kent, with one bedroom accommodating two people.
From: 284.00 - 589.00
This large manor house is located near to Edenbridge in Kent and can sleep up to twenty six people in seven bedrooms.
This large house is located near to Edenbridge in Kent and can sleep up to seventeen people in seven bedrooms.
Originally built in the 19th Century to house gardening staff, it has recently been lovingly renovated into a light and airy holiday home especially suited to families and less able guests, with level access throughout the main bedroom and living areas. Golden wood floors, walls and carpets the colour of …
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This detached barn conversion is located in Knockholt in Kent and can sleep eight people in three bedrooms.
Modern fitted kitchen with original bread oven. Spacious dining room with wood burning stove. Spacious sitting room with open fire. Cloakroom/WC. Study. Steep stairs to first floor: Two double bedrooms one with ensuite bathroom/WC. Twin bedded room. Bathroom/WC.
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A semi-detached villa, set over four floors, on the outskirts of the town of Maidstone, sleeping eight people in four bedrooms.
This semi-detached single-storey cottage near Bolney sleeps up to four people in one bedroom.
Open plan sitting room with open fire sofa bed (for + 2) and kitchen and dining areas. First floor: Two double bedrooms. Small bunk bedded room with 2' 6 beds (for + 2). Bathroom/WC.
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