Lamberden House Bed & Breakfast is a spacious, beautifully furnished Kentish Oast Barn near Sandhurst in the High Weald Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty. Located down a farm track with on-site parking, Lamberden House occupies one of the highest points on the High Weald and offers spectacular views of the surrounding Kent countryside. After a delicious locally sourced breakfast, visitors can spend the day exploring the array of local attractions - including Sissinghurst, Great Dixter and Bodiam Castle, the beautiful villages of Lamberhurst and Rye, and the nearby coast.
The name 'Lamberden' suggests a long history - dens were originally shelters used by drovers that eventually expanded into permanent settlements and farms. The property, which has two double rooms and one single, is set in over an acre of land featuring meadows, fruit trees, abundant flowers and a kitchen garden. The area has numerous places to eat and drink and the owners are always ready to point their guests in the direction of excellent pubs, restaurants and local attractions – the beautiful village of Tenterden is just down the road.
The landscape features a mixture of woodland, open pasture and meadows; with abundant wild flowers including bluebells, cowslip and woodland orchids. There is cycling and walking along the serene River Rother to the south (a haven for wildlife) and around the historic town of Rye by the sea.
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