Beautiful Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a 17th century Kentish farmhouse, offering a high standard of comfort and hospitality. The house and gardens are situated in a tranquil parkland designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty yet under 10 minutes from the historic city of Canterbury and 20 minutes from the Channel tunnel and cross channel ferries.
Court Lodge Farmhouse, in the small village of Bishopsbourne, lies on the Elham Valley Way, which forms part of the North Downs Way and is surrounded by beautiful parkland. The local 11th century church of St Mary’s is famed for its connection with the Rev Richard Hooker.
Literary greats Jocelyn Brook, Evelyn Waugh and Joseph Conrad were former residents of the village.
‘Lovely accommodation, very comfortable and welcoming.’ - Mr & Mrs M. Dorset
‘An oasis in Kent.’ Mr C Western Australia