Sue and Phil welcome you to stay at our self catering accommodation which is a converted barn, wheelchair accessible self catering cottage accommodating up to six people, nestling in the heart of the Kent countryside.
This small family farm is still surrounded by traditional hedgerows and English oaks and the fields are home to a variety of wildlife, including herons, kingfishers, ducks and woodpeckers which can be discovered on a leisurely walk along the stream, which flows through the farm.
If you prefer to rest, the gardens are available to read or watch the antics of the many birds that share this idyllic location. If discovery and adventure is more suited to your character you will not be disappointed by the range and diversity of places to visit for sporting activities that are available in the area. Course fishing in beautiful lakes just 1 mile away and if walks are your passion the Greensand Way, one of the many scenic trails we have in Kent. There are also a labyrinth of footpaths that allow guests to walk through the fields to the local pub where you can sample fine traditional ales and have a delightful meal.
White House Farm is only 15 minutes from junction 8 off the M20 motorway and the famous Leeds Castle and Sissinghurst Castle Gardens. Within an hour in any direction will take you to many wonderful places including Emmetts Garden, Pashley Manor Gardens, Marle Place Gardens and National Trust Properties including Scotney Castle, Chartwell, Ightham Mote, Bodium Castle, the Kent coast, channel ports, Le Shuttle or into the heart of London by train from Staplehurst Station.
Phil and Sue welcome you to spend a relaxing break in our converted barn surrounded by the beautiful Kent countryside. Brick Kiln Cottage can sleep six guests in two double and one twin bedded room. All bedrooms have ensuite or private showers, one being suitable for wheelchair access. It is possible to hire one, two or all three bedrooms depending on your requirements.