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Hallwood Farm Oast House

Cranbrook, Kent, England


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About Hallwood Farm Oast House

The oast house is surrounded by 200 acres of Ribena blackcurrants, apple orchards and pastures. Situated at the end of a long private lane, 1 mile south of Cranbrook, there is safe parking, beside the house, away from busy roads. The building overlooks the farm yard and is a perfect base from which to visit the many National Trust properties and other historic houses, castles and gardens of the area.

The bed and breakfast accommodation is in two spacious ensuite rooms, with King size beds, original exposed beams and meticulous attention to detail throughout.

No B & B holiday is complete without a hearty farmhouse breakfast. A wide choice of freshly prepared dishes is offered, with home grown and local produce when in season.


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