Walnut Tree Cottage

Throwley | Kent
Admire the spectacular autumn colours on the Belmont estate when you stay at this pretty secluded cottage. Enjoy free weekend entry to the neo-classical house until the end of September. After a visit to Canterbury or the seaside resort of Whitstable return to the two-bedroom cottage with its beams and fireplace - The Times 50 great autumn escapes September 2017.

Off the beaten track and swathed in quintessential English charm Walnut Tree Cottage is a romantic self-catering cottage which truly makes the most of the countryside and its romance.
Tucked away on the edge of the private parkland of The Belmont Estate this pretty as a picture cottage surrounded by mature gardens and two ponds is wonderfully secluded offering cosy seating places and nooks in which to huddle away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Simply perfect for honeymoons and romantic self-catering breaks.

Included in your stay is free access to visit the nearby Belmont House and Gardens. The trendy seaside town of Whitstable is nearby which offers a wonderful harbour with fresh fish markets, and lovely seaside walks. Also, the pretty market town of Faversham is within easy reach which offers great antique shops, markets and the oldest brewery in the country to visit, Shepherd Neame. All in all this Kentish cottage would make an ideal holiday for two.

This truly English country cottage offers quaint self-catering accommodation for those looking to retreat and relax be it in the summertime on country walks that go on for miles or evenings in by the fire cuddled up with a good book beside a loved one.
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About The House

Sleeps 3
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
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Walnut Tree Cottage: sleeps 3 with 1 reception room, 2 bedrooms, downstairs shower room & WC, off road driveway parking for two cars, extended gardens, terraces and garden seating.

Ground Floor
Kitchen with dishwasher, electric oven, hob, washing machine, fridge, extractor, table and chairs for seating 4. Table top freezer.
Sitting room, sofa seating for 4 guests, TV, DVD player, iPod docking station. Log burning fire.
Family shower room with toiletries provided (shampoo, body wash, soap)

First Floor
Master double bedroom (sleeps 2) with double bed
Single room (sleeps 1) with one single bed.

Services
Central heating throughout
Wi-Fi

Outside
Enclosed garden with 2 ponds
(Please note, toddlers and children are often attracted to water, so please ensure that you never leave your child alone or unsupervised in the grounds).

Facilities

Featured

Country
Dishwasher
Garden
Washing Machine
Child Friendly
12 Miles Miles to Beach
4 miles to Pub
4 Miles Miles to Shops
5Mb Wi-Fi Speed
Enclosed Garden
Fire
Woodburning Stove
Board Games
Things You Need to Know
Towels and linen are provided
Free Access to Belmont Estate
Please note the stairs are typical of an old cottage and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility.
Travel Cot available on request
Sorry no pets allowed
Recently featured in Kent Live as the perfect romantic retreat for two.
Please note there are two ponds in the garden.
Please note check in is 4pm and check out is 10am.
 
House Rules
We would respectfully ask that the following house rules are adhered to, to avoid any damages to our beautiful holiday home. Should any damages arise during your stay please note charges may be taken from your security deposit.

Please ensure you vacate on time to allow the housekeepers to enter the property and prepare it for the next guests.
Smoking is not permitted in the property at any time.
Please note for insurance purposes the number of guests must not exceed the total occupancy of the house.
For fire safety reasons please do not use any candles in the property.
Quiet hours are between 11pm and 9am.
Parties and loud music are not permitted.

In The Area

Near Faversham golf course situated about a mile from the pretty rural village of Throwley in Kent. This holiday cottage is located next to Faversham Golf Club, just outside the grounds of Belmont Park (with free entry to the house at weekends) and the attractive market town of Faversham is within five miles for you to make the most of during your stay.

What our guests really think

A lovely surprisingly modern cottage surrounded by nature   4.3/5
"What a lovely house, not the tiny cottage you would imagine but despite the low beams on ground floor, light and airy upstairs with plenty of space and storage for the three of us. The gardens are amazing as is the view of the estate, very peaceful but you must like driving on tiny lanes as they are the only way in and out! The facilities felt modern and the beds very comfortable. Mobile reception and the wifi were both awful so bring dvds and books! Also some bird feed as there are loads of feeders. The shower was small and you race the water level as it rises around your feet but it was manageable. Also the heating in one bedroom and living room never went off no matter what we tried. Makes the spare room roasting in Summer. We brought our fans so it solved that. Comms were good on booking and my emails were answered but whilst there we couldn’t get hold of the property manager so good job there was no emergency. Loads to do around the area and it was a lovely stay for us. Very restful and lots to explore. All in all a very well priced week away, I would recommend."
Abi Jacks  |  26 August 2020
October stay near Faversham   4.8/5
"I knew Walnut Tree Cottage from my childhood growing up very near here so I was delighted to see we could rent it for a holiday. It's a perfect location for a quiet stay, with walks on the beautiful Belmont Estate but easy to access Faversham, Whitstable and Canterbury. We had a fabulous meal out at The Sportsman in nearby Seasalter. The cottage is very well equipped, clean and comfortable. It was rather wet the week we stayed but the central heating and log burner in the inglenook fireplace kept it cosy. The parking is easy. I loved the garden which is a good size and a Summer visit to take advantage of it would be good. Overall a great place to stay for either visiting local attractions or hunkering down for a quiet getaway. I hope to come again."
Diana Pitt  |  7 November 2020
Peaceful haven in heart of country   4.7/5
"Perfect haven of peace, helping us to relax and recover from very stressful family circumstances. Tucked away in the heart of the country, watching pheasants and squirrels in the charming garden, sitting by the cosy wood stove, sleeping in such calm..... just what we needed. Our only regret was not being able to stay longer - and just missing all the daffodils in full bloom."
Deborah Buckler  |  13 March 2021
Third stay   4.5/5
"Third stay at this beautiful cottage and garden so private and really cosy A few fittings could be updated ie sofas and shower room. would definitely return again"
Pauline Atkinson  |  21 April 2021
Stunning location, cottage could get better appointed   4.2/5
"The cottage is in the most beautiful setting and the garden is idyllic - truly picture perfect. I feel at this price point (which I think is fair given the uniqueness of the property) the cottage should be better appointed with some of the basics - tea, kitchen towel, tinfoil, cling film, more loo roll etc - but this is only a minor gripe. It’s a stunning retreat and we will return!"
Beth Kane  |  5 June 2021
Lovely as always   4.3/5
"Walnut Tree cottage is a lovely place to stay peaceful, cosy and the gardens are just beautiful toilet downstairs only so can be a bit tricky at night if you have mobility issues as bedroom upstairs would love it if there was a king size bed instead of a double as there is plenty of room for it lovely cottage and amenities Short on large glasses, nice wine glasses and prosecco glasses would make it perfect 4th time staying and will be back again"
Pauline Atkinson  |  12 July 2021
Walnut Tree Cottage   4.8/5
"Walnut Tree Cottage fitted the bill for a short post operation stay. It was everything that we wished it to be."
Lesley Lee  |  4 September 2021
Beautiful, traditional country cottage   4.3/5
"Beautiful cottage, really well presented. Excellent position for exploring Kent. The gardens are large but, for the majority of our stay were unusable as the grass hadn't been cut so was full of crane flies and really damp until the afternoon, which was a shame. Interior is tasteful and immaculate. The shower is a let down ...small and difficult to clean so looks a bit grubby around the doors."
Jayne Rawlings  |  27 September 2021
Simply glorious   4.8/5
"We’ve stayed at this cottage a number of times now - testament to its delightful location. The recent refurbishment of the shower room and repainting has given the interior a lovely freshen up."
Beth Kane  |  22 February 2022

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