B&B Farmhouse in Charcott, Nr. Penshurst & Chiddingstone, Tonbridge, Kent - Delicious Breakasts + Home Made Bread & Free-range Eggs. Good Local Pub For Evening Meals 5 Min Walk
Discover one of Kent’s "hidden places" yet still be within easy reach of many of it's most popular attractions with this friendly family-run B&B. Within minutes of Penshurst Place, Hever Castle, Chartwell and Chiddingstone, it is surrounded by woodland and luscious open countryside providing great opportunities for walkers and visitors to explore this part of the Weald. Guests are free to come and go as they please and have the use of a small sitting room (the old bakehouse, still with the original dome-shaped brick bread-oven) plus colour TV for evening relaxation. Breakfasts, cooked on the kitchen Aga, are large and varied and, as far as possible, locally sourced and organic. Hosts Ginny and Nick are relaxed and hospitable and are always happy to answer guests' queries regarding local features.
For evening meals, the tiny Greyhound pub is a gentle stroll down the farm drive and has an excellent and reasonably priced menu.
We have 4 resident cats and our very quiet and friendly black Labrador, Fen. Visiting dogs can generally be accepted during the summer months provided they are cat and chicken friendly and prior notice is given.
Details for holiday farmhouse Charcott Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast, 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, 3 Bathrooms
Friendly and accommodating traditional bed & breakfast accommodation with easy access to many of Kent's finest tourist sites.
About the Owner
Guestbook comments from the owner
Beautiful house, fantastic setting, amazing breakfast! Superb. - R&JW, UK 2011
Lovely stay & a breakfast to die for. - D&AR, UK 2011
Just one word - amazing! Really wow! Fantastic food. - FKF&E, Holland 2010
We came here again & it was wonderful again. Looking forward to next time! -
BJ&FS, Germany, 2010
Very quiet & peaceful. A great home. - BS, UK
Activity and Interests
Special interest holidays:
No courses available but glorious countryside for both painters and walkers!
Please note there are 4 resident cats (not allowed in bedrooms!), our beloved friendly and gentle black labrador Fen and the family flock of 14 chickens.
Self-catering accommodation for up to 5 people also available. See The Old Stables, Charcott, Tonbridge.
The nearest airport is Gatwick which is 40 minutes drive or can be easily reached by train from Penshurst Station which is a 10 minute walk away. Trains run hourly from Penshurst to London (London Bridge) or more frequently from nearby Hildenborough, Sevenoaks or Tonbridge direct to Charing Cross.
Penshurst Place. Hever Castle. Chiddingstone, and Chartwell all within 10 -15 minutes drive. Tonbridge, Knole Park, Groombridge Place 20 minutes. Ightham Mote, Squerreys Court, Tunbridge Wells Pantiles 25 minutes. Leeds Castle and Sissinghurst 40 minutes.
For evening meals there are numerous picturesque and popular local pubs and restaurants. The nearest is the Greyhound Pub which is a 5 minute gentle amble down the drive where Tony and Alison French serve an excellent range of reasonably priced meals. In addition there are The Little Brown Jug, Chiddingstone Causeway - 10 minutes walk; The Rock, Chiddingstone Hoath - 10 minutes drive; The Wheatsheaf, Bough Beech - 15 minutes drive; Leicester Arms, Penshurst - 10 minutes; Spotted Dog, Penshurst - 15 minutes; Bottle House, Penshurst - 15 minutes; George and Dragon, Speldhurst - 15 minutes; Windmill pub Weald - 15 minutes. Giacomo's, Weald - 15 minutes
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We are unable to accept cards so payment by cash or cheque only.
Full address for booking:
Charcott Farmhouse, Charcott, Leigh,
Tonbridge, Kent, TN11 8LG
Notes on prices:
Prices are per room per night (inc breakfast).
We ask for a £25 deposit when the booking is made with the balance payable on the morning of departure
Owner's Cancellation Policy
- Available arrival
- Bed & Breakfast
- Tourist Attractions
- Hair Dryer
- Internet ...
- Linens Provided
- Living Room
- Towels Provided
- Dining Room
- Television ...
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- sight seeing
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath with Shower
- Bathroom 2 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure
- Bathroom 3 - Toilet, Bath (no shower)
- The bathrooms all have tiled floors, fully adjustable hot and cold water and heated towel rails.
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- The 3 bedrooms are all twin bedded and one is on the ground for easy access. All have either en suite or private facilities - 2 with bath plus shower attachments and 1 with walk-in shower. They are furnished in pretty traditional country styles with ample clothes storage space and each room is fullly carpeted with fully adjustable central heating together with tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and mineral water. The old farm bakehouse with it's original beams and brick oven has been converted into a small comfortable sitting room for guests' use where they can relax with a book or colour TV as required.
- Golf ...
- Included in Price
- Catering available
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- Notes on accommodation: Breakfasts are cooked by Nick on the kitchen aga and are served communally round the large oak dining room table with individual timings and requirements to suit. As far as possible all products are organic and locally sourced and special diets can generally be catered for provided enough advance notice is given. Fresh fruit, cereals, museli and home-made yoghurt is available from the sideboard and may be followed by a breakfast of choice to include fried eggs with grilled bacon, large field mushrooms, sausages and tomatoes, home-cooked ham, scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, home-made waffles with maple syrup, not forgetting a simple continental for guests with a smaller appetite! Owlets Kent apple juice, filter coffee and tea are of course also available and all is accompanied by piles of home made toasted bread, marmalade and jam. Outside: There is a large garden and in the summer tea is often served outside on the brick terrace adjacent to the lawn on the west side of the house. The house is part of the original farm homestead and is surrounded by open fields, woodland and countryside