Near the historic town of Sandwich, explore this lovely part of the East Kent coastline from this bright and spacious cottage with a gloriously sunny garden and country views.
Sitting room: sofa and chair seats 6 guests plus bean bags for 2 children. Log burner in a large inglenook, large flat screen TV
Kitchen and open plan breakfast room: dishwasher, washing machine, range oven and hob, extractor, coffee machine and microwave
Dining area: four stools at the breakfast bar and dining table with six chairs, (+ fold up chairs in the cupboard), Inglenook fireplace with log burning stove
Sun room/Conservatory - dining seating 6, lounge seats 4
Master bedroom (sleeps 2 in super king bed) with en-suite bathroom, bath with over shower and walk in shower cubicle
Twin room (sleeps 2) in 2 x 3ft beds, access from this room to the loft room
King size bedroom (sleeps 2)
Attic (accessed via ladder from twin room)
Loft room (sleeps 2 older children) on sofa bed, TV, DVD and games
Family bathroom, bath with overhead shower
Enclosed garden with cottage flowers, herb garden and vegetable patch. Bench seating outside and covered well & coal BBQ (coal provided)
Arriving at the adorable village of Worth, within 1 mile of Sandwich, all else is forgotten! The exposed brick facade of this period semi-detached cottage is home to a lovingly restored cottage, retaining much of its original charming features, including two Inglenook fire places. Stunning oak floors sweep through an open plan, state of art kitchen and breakfast room, superb for a family gathering. The sun filled garden room is a delightful place to enjoy a summer morning coffee, whilst watching the children play in the garden. Located in the centre of Worth, a conservation area with a variety of historic homes from thatched cottages to Cape Dutch houses and those like Forstal House, built of the local red brick. There are two delightful English pubs close by serving food and wonderful duck pond overlooked by the imposing church.