Doves Farm Oast, Swattenden Lane, Cranbrook TN17 3PN, Southeast England, United Kingdom
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Doves Farm Oast 
Swattenden Lane, Cranbrook TN17 3PN, Southeast England, United Kingdom
+44 1580 713151
http://www.dovesfarmoast.co.uk
General and in-room facilities and services available at Doves Farm Oast
summer garden
rooms for non-smokers
phone at the reception
quiet surroundings
television set in room
tea and coffee making facilities
en-suite/private bathroom
hairdryer in room
Some excerpts from the website of Doves Farm Oast that might be useful
Doves Farm Oast is a delightful converted Oast House situated on a fruit farm on the outskirts of the historic wealden town of Cranbrook. The Oast casts its reflection across a large natural pond surrounded by mature oaks and weeping willows. Cranbrook, in the heart of the Weald with its landmark Union Windmill, is a historic Wealden market town with individual shops, including antique shops, fine jewellers, and gift shops. There are several restaurants, pubs and tea-rooms where you may enjoy a light lunch or evening meal. Doves Farm Oast, Swattenden Lane, Cranbrook, Kent Tel: 01580 713151. SITE DESIGN BY PIXEL PUPPET. London Bed and Breakfast. Edinburgh Bed and Breakfast. Manchester Bed and Breakfast. Dublin Bed and Breakfast. Birmingham Bed and Breakfast. Bed and Breakfast.co.uk

Double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms overlook the garden and pond. Coffee/tea making facilities, hair dryer, bottled water and fruit are available. The dining room overlooks the garden and pond. Full English or Continental breakfast, using local produce whenever possible is served. Breakfast may be taken on the patio, weather permitting. On arrival afternoon tea can be taken in the colourful garden. Tariffs: From 55.00 per room per night, including breakfast. There is a no smoking policy throughout the house.

Cranbrook, in the heart of the Weald with its landmark Union Windmill, is a historic Wealden market town with individual shops, including antique shops, fine jewellers, and gift shops. There are several restaurants, pubs and tea-rooms where you may enjoy a light lunch or evening meal. To the east, the village of Benenden is just a short drive away, where the local cricket team often play on the village green watched over by the 15th century church. To the west,the village of Goudhurst sits high on one of the steepest hills in the Weald. Goudhurst is also the home of the Bedgebury National Pinetum, with its fine collection of specimen conifers. Doves Farm Oast is ideally situated for those wishing to visit the gardens of Sissinghurst and Scotney Castles, and Pashley Manor. The National Trust properties of Great Dixter, Batemans and Bodiam Castle are approximately 20-25 minutes drive. Finchcocks House, Goudhurst, a fine Georgian manor, housing a magnificent collection of over 100 historical keyboard instruments, is just a short drive away.

Bed and Breakfast hosts: Stephen Jane Heathcote Email: jane.heathcote@btinternet.com. Address: Doves Farm Oast Swattenden Lane Cranbrook TN17 3PN Telephone: +44 (0)1580 713151. Click here to see a map for Directions. Or you can simply fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly: Room requirements and dates:
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