If walls could talk... steeped in history, this Grade II Manor house is quite unique. Beams and wonky walls take centre stage. Set on the edge of a village there's peace and quiet here but it's a short drive to Canterbury.
- Grade II Listed Tudor cottage
- Pretty private gardens and ground
- In Medieval village, used for photo shoots
The Manor House is quite amazing, steeped in history. With a host of original features including oak beams, original windows, herringbone exposed brick work and inglenook fireplace. It has been beautifully interior-designed with luxurious furnishings and fabrics, wonderful throws on the beds and silk lampshades - every detail has been thought about. It would not be difficult to compare The Manor to a five-star country house hotel.
A special feature must be the stunning drawing room which boasts oak beams and the herringbone brick exposed walls. A fantastic fully working fire is set within the inglenook fireplace creating a wonderful ambience, perfect for relaxing in on sumptuous sofas after exploring all that the local area has to offer.
Heron Manor is set within its own grounds with wonderful views of the stunning surrounding open countryside with fantastic walks, this property offers so much more to the holidaymaker. A short walk takes you into the pretty village centre which boasts 2 pubs, both serving excellent food, a traditional village tearoom and even a gift shop, the church is also worth a visit and has been the setting for several TV series and even a feature film.
It is not every day that a property like this comes onto the holiday lettings market, and for those lucky enough to stay here they will not be disappointed!
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