|Anderson Potters Farm Ashford Anderson Potters Farm, Bethersden, Ashford, Kent, TN26 3JX|
"You will be very pleasantly surprised at the peace and quiet on this farm which is close to all main tourist attractions in Kent as well as the main transport routes, Channel Tunnel and Sea Ports"
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|Farm accommodation comprising 2 twin bedded double rooms each with their own en suite facilities in a separate annexe. There is also a common kitchen/sitting room area with fridge & microwave and WiFi internet access.|
Each bedroom has own bathroom/shower room & WC.
Our room rates include full English Breakfast from local produce and our own chickens:
Double occupancy : from £75.00
Single occupancy : from £45.00
Dogs : from £10.00
Horses - Field/ grazing : £15.00
Stable : £20.00
(Hay net & Straw Bedding included)
We accept cash (pounds or euros) or credit cards.
Please pay LYNNE ANDERSON.
We have three Stars from Quality in Tourism.
You will find it a very quiet & comfortable location.
Farm covers 65 acres with woods and pasture and interesting walks with ample wildlife.
There is amble parking for both cars and horseboxes/trailers.
There are many very good local pubs for evening meals (see our separate pubs & restaurant leaflet.
Within one hour of London
There are many interesting sites and historic gardens both National Trust and English Heritage within easy reach of us.
Ashford International Station is about 6.5 miles away with good connections to London and Europe.
Taxis can be hired for about £15 from Ashford to Potters Farm.
The Eurotunnel terminal (vehicle crossings) is approximately 40 minutes by car from us.
Please vacate the rooms at 10.00 am on the day of departure. A deposit is requested and please note that any damage caused will be charged for.
How to find us: From M20 exit 9, follow signs for A28 and Tenterden. One mile before Bethersden there is a sign: Bethersden Woodchurch . Take the left turn to Woodchurch. Proceed for about 800 m taking next right just after a small bridge (@ blue tourist board B&B sign). This is Brissenden Green Lane and is signposted to High Halden. Travel along this narrow lane for about another half mile, through a small wood and Potters Farm is next on right with drive beyond the Farm House with another blue tourist board B & B sign outside.