Waters End Farm B&B

Bed and Breakfast in Cranbrook, Kent

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Standen Street, Iden Green, Benenden
TN17 4LA

Waters End Farm B&B, Cranbrook

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The farm is ideally situated for exploring all of Kent and Sussex, and if that\'s not enough, London is one hour by train from Staplehurst and France is two hours via the channel tunnel. Perfect for a days shopping or lunch in Boulogne.

Waters End has 43 acres (20 hectares) situated in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by the valley we nestle in. With marvellous views over lakes, a stream, rolling fields and hop gardens, vineyards and fruit orchards, the heart of what Kent is all about. Virtually the only man made land mark being Sandhurst Windmill on the horizon.

From our sign on the road wind your way down our long drive leaving the hubbub of life far behind (but not the comforts). Much of our accommodation is situated in our thoughtfully converted barn where every modern conveniences are to be found. Breakfast is served in the main farmhouse kitchen.

For the faint-hearted or inclement weather the house may also be safely accessed from the rear, should the bridge look \'un-inviting\'. We wouldn\'t want you leaving without your breakfast! Should you have special requirements or needs, please contact us direct, we will be pleased to assist if we are are able but give us enough notice to do so. TO CONTACT by; email Jill@WatersEndFarm.co.uk Tel: 0044 (0) 1580 850731

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