Named after the box hedges in the garden, this quintessential English cottage is in the most picturesque location, perfect for long lazy summer holidays or cosy short breaks in the winter.
Central heating throughout
Starter log pack for the fireplace
Traditional brick path leads up to the front door, through a pretty front garden and then into the entry hall.
Sitting room, with two sofas seating 4, original old fireplace, flatscreen TV and DVD
Dining room, exposed brick inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. Dining table and chairs, comfortably seating four.
Kitchen, with exposed brick walls: fridge/freezer, electric oven, gas hob, washer dryer and microwave.
Bathroom, bath with shower attachment
A very narrow winding staircase with rope bannisters leads up to the first floor: (staircase not suitable for young children or toddlers and tall ones may bump their heads!)
Double room (sleeps 2) 4’6" double bed
Twin room (sleeps 2) two single beds
In the enclosed cottage gardens, there is a teak table and chairs for four guests with a breakfast table also for two. BBQ, coal provided.
There is also a very small pond in the garden so children should be supervised at all times.
Parking for one car off road and easy on street parking.
This romantic traditional English country cottage is host to all the beautiful features you would expect to find. Named after the lovely box hedging that surrounds the cottage, this Grade II listed cottage dates back to the 17th century. It has recently been renovated to provide a wonderful self-catering Kent holiday home. With a traditional brick path leading up to the front door of this English holiday cottage and surrounded by immaculate front and back gardens, this is set in a truly romantic location for a special break away. Show more
Box Cottage has been sympathetically furnished with traditional pieces complimented beautifully with up to date soft furnishings. A special feature of the Kent holiday cottage is the exposed inglenook fireplace in the dining room which has a fully-working wood burning stove to ensure that your winter breaks are cosy and comfortable. Original old pine floorboards downstairs add to the character, as well as traditional brick flooring in the entrance hall. A small winding staircase leads up to two bedrooms which are tucked into the eaves, both overlook the front garden out of little leaded windows and make the most of the stunning views of the rolling Kent countryside.
The pretty enclosed garden extends to the rear of the holiday cottage and from the kitchen you can wander out and enjoy the private outside space. As the holiday cottage is in such a rural area of Kent there are an extensive network of delightful footpaths to explore so it is ideal for walkers whether you are just looking for a short evening stroll or a long cross country ramble. In the colder months why not look forward to cosying up by the fireplace with a good book and glass of wine. This cottage is ideal for anytime of year.
There is private parking for one car and also parking outside this Kent holiday cottage on the quiet lane.