Three Chimneys Farm, Goudhurst, Kent

Three Chimneys Farm, Goudhurst, Kent

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Set amidst glorious countryside at the end of a one mile farm track in the heart of the Weald of Kent, Three Chimneys Farm is a perfect hideaway for a relaxing country holiday. An ideal base from which to explore leafy country lanes, visit stately homes, castles and delightful gardens which abound in this area, or enjoy a long leisurely lunch in one of the many village Inns. You may prefer to stay on the farm and play tennis, enjoy the views, or walk in the wood.The exciting mountain biking tracks of Bedgebury Forest start just half a mile from our door. Bedgebury Pinetum is a short walk across the forest 

En suite B & B room & Starvegoose Cottage
     

Three Chimneys In the Spring

 

Starvegoose Cottage

The cottage is stylishly, furnished with a dish washer, washing machine, electric oven and hob., fridge freezer, microwave oven, toasters, DVD, and satelit televisions. Bed linen(duvets), and towels, tea towels and oven gloves  are included. There is ample parking.

Central heating is electric under floor through out, and the cottage has a wood burning stoves. No smoking indoors please ' wifi is free of charge.

En suite B & B room

Beautiful ensuite room with it's own private entrance hall leading  to an outside sitting area with lovely views accross the countryside towards Bedgebury Pinetum in one direction and to the village in the other.In the large bedroom room there is a TV and CD player with a comfortable sofa. A cupboard conceals a small fridge with a worktop over with china and cutlery to allow you to prepare a picnic. There is a kettle and assorted teas and coffee. Fresh milk is supplied 

 
 

Starvegoose

 B & B

 

sleeps 2+1 or a cot

1 double en suiteroom and can sleep an extra child

 
 
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The Area
     

A View of the Tennis  Court

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Three Chimneys Farm is located in the heart of the Kentish Weald, ten miles southeast of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Within a ten mile radius there is plenty to interest a country visitor. The nearest shops are at Goudhurst, a charming old Kent village with church, inns, tea shops and restaurants. There are golf courses at TicehurstHawkhurstCranbrook and Tunbridge Wells, to name but a few. Riding is available close by at the Hemsted Forest Riding Centre. Also close by is the Bedgebury Pinetum, with ornamental lake, forest nature trails and over 100 species of coniferous tree. A footpath running from Three Chimneys gives direct access to Bedgebury Forest, with several miles of footpaths, bridlepaths and cycle routes. Bewl Water reservoir has fly fishing and boat trips. Within thirty minutes drive Sissinghurst GardensBodiam CastleGreat DixterScotney CastleIghtam MoatBatemans, and many more castles and gardens. This idyllic setting is only a one hour drive from London and less than forty minutes from the sea.
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The Farm

 
   

Animals at Three Chimneys Farm.

Three Chimneys Farm was a traditional Kent hop farm, dating from the 16th Century. Hop farming ceased in the 1970s, and the oast houses, originally used for drying the hops, and other outbuildings have been converted to housing. Three Chimneys is still a working farm, with many sheep and cattle grazing in the fields.

How to Find Us

At the crossroads in the centre of Goudhurst village on the A262 turn south towards Kilndown, B2079. Go for about a mile, and just after the 30 sign there is a large green sign on the left saying 'Bedgebury Estate', turn left there. Go past a set of industrial buildings and about 100 yards later take the right fork (not the track). There is a wooden sign here saying 'Three Chimneys Farm'. Keep going down the track past a farm and houses, until the end. At the end there are three roads, take the left one and drive to the next junction. You'll see 'Starvegoose' accommodation to the right with a table in front, an archway straight ahead, and a low set of buildings on the left. Park to the right of the 'Marshalls Barn' sign.'

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