Tudor Rose Farm, TN27
Set within glorious Kentish countryside, Tudor Rose Farm offers oodles of ‘Olde English’ charm centred around its historic farmhouse and old farm courtyard, extending also into natural backdrops down by the ponds and in surrounding grass meadows.
The medieval tudor house, available inside and out, sits at the end of a bricked path lined with roses and fronted with an old-fashioned cottage garden. Stretches of lawn extend between the rear of the property and an original oast house with its round hop drying kiln, boasting an untouched exterior, with renovation work underway inside to create a versatile and usable studio space. The traditional courtyard further features an original red-brick granary barn, garage and old sheds.
- 7 acres consisting mainly of grass meadows, ponds and garden including stretches of lawn, a vegetable patch, hedging and flower beds
- Medieval farmhouse (dating back to the 1600’s) available inside and out, offering renovated interiors with original features including exposed beams, flagstone flooring and original inglenook fireplaces
- Courtyard setting consisting of the farmhouse, an original single-kiln hop Oast, traditional red-brick granary, garage and old byre
- 2x natural ponds featuring decking and boats (available for swimming)
- Classic cars and vintage tractors
- Black Labrador
- Overnight accommodation
FACILITIES AT THE FARM
There is hardstanding parking for approximately 6-7 cars on the driveway. If additional parking is required, use of a field can be arranged. A crew base can be provided at the farm along with access to toilets and kitchen facilities. Depending on requirements and by prior arrangement, the owner of Tudor Rose Farm is happy to provide catering. Alternatively there is farm shop, cafes and restaurants within 2 miles of the farm.
The farm offers a ‘Shoot and Stay’ option with access to 4x double bedrooms within the main farmhouse. The neighbouring farm also offers B&B if additional accommodation is required.
GETTING TO TUDOR ROSE FARM
Trains run from London to Headcorn station (1 hour travel time). The farm is a 10 minute drive from Headcorn station. Alternatively, there is a fast train service from London St Pancras to Ashford International (40 mins) and the farm is a 20 minute drive from Ashford train station.
Central London is approximately 2 hours by car.