Cranbrook is a small wealden town near the Kent/Sussex Border. Surrounded by beautiful and varied countryside, Hallwood Farm provides easy access to many National Trust Properties, in particular Sissinghurst Gardens. Other local attractions include Hever Castle and Leeds Castle. Good walking with direct access into Bedgebury Forest
Hallwood Farm Oast was originally in use as a farm building for drying hops for beer. Whilst still a working family farm, hops are no longer produced and the Oast has, since 1990 been in use as the main farmhouse. Partly dating from the C17th, it retains many original beams. When you visit Kent you may be amazed at the number of Oast houses dotted around the countryside. They are very distinctive with their white Cowls pointing skywards. A great place to stay!
Two ensuite rooms (one double and one twin)
Original beams, plenty of space, cleanliness and comfort
Policies & Restrictions
No children under 12
Rates & Availability
£106 -£116 per room per night (2 people sharing)
From Cranbrook take A229 for 1 mile south past Duke of Kent Pub. After 200 yards turn right into farm lane
5% (when you mention Real Adventures 5% offer on booking )
|Year Round||US $45||US $55||per room|
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