Relax and unwind in this artist-run bohemian retreat. Tucked away in the village of Preston, surrounded by orchards, you'll enjoy a peaceful 'get-away' yet be in easy reach of local amenities and Kent's stunning coastline. The studio is blissfully quiet, set back from the cottage with its own entrance under a vine-covered pergola, with access to a large garden. Your host is happy to interact as much or as little as you like, and will gladly share the best experiences the area has to offer.
A warm and quiet room, seperate from the main house, with own entrance.There is access to the house for ablutions. In the garden there is a seating area which you are able to use, have a BBQ or just relax. Washing machine and dryer. There is also an outside tap to clean off muddy boots etc. If it is a warm day, please dry clothes outside,think about the environment. On entering the house you are in the kitchen, make yourself tea/coffee.
*We use a hospital-grade UV-C light in our accommodation to kill 99.9% of bacteria and viruses (including Covid-19)* Entire top floor bedroom with en suite. A double and single bed as standard with plenty of room left over. A folding bed is available if booking for 4 people, perfect for families! We also offer a light continental breakfast box! Dover ferry port is a short 15 minute drive away. EuroTunnel is a 20 minute drive away and Eurostar terminal at Ashford International is 40 minutes.
“Hvílík uppgötvun! Gestgjafarnir Laura og Sean gerðu okkur svo velkomna á heimilið, ekkert var of mikil vandi. Komin eftir 10 tíma ferðalag var fyrst og fremst matur okkar og Laura gat stungið upp á nokkrum valkostum, þar með talið okkur að grípa takkaway á staðnum og borða það í okkar stíllausa herbergi! Frábær aðstaða var með en suite sturtuherbergi, sjónvarpi, kaffi og te, aðgang að Alexa og jafnvel tímastýrðri blindu sem stillir okkur í lygi! Þetta er gæludýravænt heimili sem voru snilldar fréttir þar sem við höfðum haft Jack Russell okkar með okkur. Get ekki mælt með dvöl á þessu yndislega heimili nógu mikið.”