Discover Charcott Farmhouse
Charcott Farmhouse is a pretty old sixteenth century tile-hung farmhouse typical of the Weald of Kent. Tucked away behind the tiny hamlet of Charcott and no longer a working farm, it now forms part of an attractive and peaceful homestead surrounded by open fields and woodland. We are within minutes of many of Kent’s most famous attractions such as Penshurst Place, the National Trust village of Chiddingstone, Hever Castle,...About
The 3 twin bedrooms are simply furnished with pretty traditional country fabrics, 2 with en-suite facilities and the other with a private bathroom next door. Each room has ample clothes storage space, fully adjustable central heating, tea & coffee-making facilities, hairdryer and mineral water. One of the 2 en-suite rooms is on the ground floor.View Accomodation
Breakfasts at Charcott are by now internationally famous with many guests both from at home and abroad returning again and again to sample the latest delights of Nick’s cooking skills!
Served communally in the dining room, it is a relaxed and informal affair with individual orders and timings agreed the night before and guests are free to linger over refills of coffee or tea as long as they wish.
Quirky, old fashioned but very warm and so comfortable. A real family welcome and what a lovely stay, definitely coming back. Another Charcott breakfast really needed. GPS needed to find…
No visit to England would be complete.... Without a stop at this excellent B&B. Wonderful breakfast, gracious hospitality, cozy rooms. Expect a warm welcome from owners, Nick and Ginny. Highly…
Wonderful relaxing weekend Lovely old farmhouse and real old fashioned hospitality. Cream tea on arrival was very welcome. Breakfasts were fab and our hosts absolutely charming and very helpful with…