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Overview

Beech House

Stanford North
Sleeps 8
Beds 4
Bathrooms 4

Beech House itself is a haven for multi-generational gatherings, featuring a spacious kitchen perfect for convivial gatherings around the central island. Open the bi-fold patio doors and step onto the vast lawned garden, ideal for outdoor activities and al fresco dining.

Host a formal dinner party at the expansive dining table or unwind in the cosy snug after a day of beachcombing. Upstairs, four generously sized bedrooms await, two of which boast en-suite facilities, along with a family bathroom complete with a bath.

Younger members of the family will delight in the use of the foosball table, ensuring endless fun for all ages.

Stanford North boasts the esteemed Drum Inn, situated at the foot of the picturesque Kentish Downs. This traditional 18th-century inn, dating back to 1708, offers a delightful selection of real ales and a classic pub menu crafted from locally sourced ingredients.

The Historic World Heritage Site of the City of Canterbury is a quick 20 minutes drive staight down the Roman Road of Stone Street where you will find a lively mix of shops and cafes to enjoy.

At a Glance

Courtyard or Patio Courtyard or Patio
Family Friendly Family Friendly
Garden Garden
Large Groups Large Groups
Non-smoking Non-smoking
Off Street Parking Off Street Parking
Pets Welcome Pets Welcome
Rural Rural
Suitable for Workationing Suitable for Workationing
Village Village
WiFi WiFi
Working From Home Working From Home
Pub Nearby Pub Nearby

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The Finer Details

Discover the perfect blend of comfort, convenience, and relaxation at Beech House, where cherished family memories are waiting to be made.

Ground Floor:

Enter into the expansive entrance hallway.

Kitchen - all possible facilities are provided in this expansive kitchen including 5 burner gas hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer
Utility Room - washing machine. Boot storage and additional sink.
Downstairs WC
Dinning room - comfortably seating 8 around the round table
Living Room - seating for 8 on 2 lovely sofas with vistas to the garden
Snug - sofa seating with flatscreen smart TV

First Floor:
4 bedrooms lead from the extensive landing gallery
Bedroom 1 - master Super Kingsize double bedroom with views over the garden from the juliet balcony
Ensuite and dressing room with walkin show and roll top bath
Bedroom 2 - King size bedroom
Bedroom 3 - Double bedroom
Bedroom 4 - Double bedroom with shower room ensuite, WC and basin
Family bathroom with bath, WC and basin.

Outside:
A substantial garden with dinning and leisure seating.
To the front of the house there is parking for 5 cars

Things to note:

Pet Friendly for a maximum of 1 well behaved dog. Dogs are not permitted on furniture or upstairs during your stay.
Noise must be kept to a minimum in the garden past 10pm.

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A stunning location

Stanford North

Stanford North is a tranquil village nestled in the heart of the Kent countryside. Known for its picturesque rural setting, the village offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. Characterised by charming cottages, verdant landscapes, and quiet lanes, Stanford North exudes a quintessential English village charm. It’s an ideal spot for those who enjoy nature walks, cycling, and exploring the scenic beauty of the surrounding countryside. The village community is warm and welcoming, often gathering at local village pub The Drum Inn, just a short walk for Beech House. With its serene environment and close proximity to the attractions of the wider Kent area, Stanford North is a delightful destination for a relaxing rural escape.

A short drive will take you into the seaside town of Hythe, a charming coastal town known for its serene beach front and historic allure. Nestled on the edge of the Romney Marsh, Hythe boasts a mix of pebble and sandy beaches ideal for leisurely walks and family outings. The town features a quaint high street lined with independent boutiques, traditional pubs, and delightful eateries. Rich in history, Hythe is home to the unique St. Leonard's Church with its fascinating ossuary, and the historic Royal Military Canal. Additionally, Hythe is a key station on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, offering scenic steam train rides through picturesque countryside.

Alternatively, Sandgate's coastal promenade provides stunning views of the English Channel, making it perfect for leisurely strolls and seaside relaxation. Rich in history, with landmarks such as the Sandgate Castle, the town exudes a timeless appeal that makes it a perfect destination for a peaceful day out.