A secret hideaway in the middle of Faversham
You won’t believe your eyes when you step through the gates at Stonebridge Lodge and leave the bustling town behind you and find yourself in an idyllic hidden world of ponds and waterways surrounding an acre of secluded private gardens and your own charming cottage in the midst of it all.
Tucked behind our historic Grade ll Listed former gunpowder armoury set within Faversham's Conservation Area, The Garden Cottage offers the charm and ambience of traditional B & B, with the addition of privacy and independence and has been awarded four stars with AA.
£100 double occupancy including bed and breakfast, £15 for third person.
Sleeping two adults in great comfort, a third person could be accommodated using the divan bed. A luxury en-suite shower room and small breakfast area complete your privacy.
Relax in the tranquil garden or stroll up West Street to browse the antique shops and historic Market Place, visit the barges moored along the creek and visit Britain's oldest brewery, then dine at one of the numerous excellent pubs or restaurants. You won't have far to walk home.
After waking up to birdsong and the cries of coots and moorhens, prepare your own continental breakfast and eat by the water-side if the weather is fine.
A delightful destination in itself, Faversham offers quick and easy transport to many nearby attractions. Faversham railway station is on the London to Dover line and just a ten minute walk from the house.
A direct bus will take you from a stop near the house to the centre of Canterbury in twenty five minutes. If France is your destination you can drive onto "Le Shuttle" at Folkestone forty minutes away or board the Eurostar at Ashford International Station, a half hour away by car.
A magnet for nature-lovers, bird-fanciers, sailors, walkers, hikers, cyclists, history-buffs, music fans, barge-enthusiasts, antique-collectors and beach-combers, Faversham has much to offer and The Garden Cottage is well placed to cater for everyone.
You will receive an enthusiastic reception from whippets Jackson and Pepper, various hens and waterfowl, and hosts Liz and Tony Sharp.