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Elvey Farm is a medieval farmstead in a magical setting, tucked away in 75 acres of Kentish countryside.
Elvey Farm was built in 1406, and not much has changed since.
It is positioned at the end of a long, winding lane, with breathtaking views over the fields and hills in all directions.
The perfect rural retreat, you can stay in stylish suites in the 16th century stable block and dine in the beautiful restaurant specialising in Kentish dishes.
Most rooms have their own private entrances. Watch the sun set over the fields from the terrace before retiring to your own private living room, or enjoy a soak in your own slipper bath.
Hotel Facilities & Services
General:Garden - Pets allowed - Non-smoking throughout - Heating - Non-smoking rooms - Newspapers - Restaurant - Gay friendly - Express check-in/check-out - Terrace - Bar - Luggage storage - Free parking -
Activities:Horse riding - Cycling - Hiking -
Services:Fax/photocopying - Bridal suite - Free WiFi - Packed lunches - Meeting/banquet facilities - WiFi - Internet services -
Room Facilities ( may vary by room type )
Room Amenities:Carpeted Floor - Heating -
Bathroom:Bath or Shower - Hairdryer - Toilet -
Media/Technology:DVD Player - Flat-screen TV - iPod Docking Station - Radio -
Food and Drink:Electric Kettle -
Services/Extras:Alarm Clock -
Elvey Farm Room Information
The stable block has 5 beautifully appointed suites. Each suite has its own entrance, and stunning views over the paddock and lawns. Most rooms have living rooms with a sofa, TV and DVD player. All rooms have contemporary bathrooms.
There is also the 16th century barn with beautiful, charming rooms with low-hanging beams and period features.
Getting To The Elvey Farm
- Leave the M20 at junction 8 and follow the A20 signposted to Lenham.
- Carry on until you come to the big roundabout in Charing, and take the 3rd exit, signposted ‘A20 Ashford’.
- At the first set of traffic lights, turn right into Station
Road, and follow the road for around ten minutes until you reach Pluckley.
- Go down the hill in Pluckley, and at the bottom, turn right by the Blacksmiths Arms.
- Then take the first right into Mundy Bois Road.
- Then take the first right again into Elvey Lane.
- The farm is at the very bottom of the lane.
Elvey Farm is just outside Pluckley, home to ITV's Darling Buds of May. It's easy to see why the TV series chose this village as its location; wherever you look, there are charming cottages, Oast houses, orchards and fields. Pluckley is surrounded by pretty villages, with old-fashioned pubs and ancient village greens. However, you're not cut off here - you're just half an hour from Dover and the Channel Tunnel, just over an hour from London, and close to Canterbury, Tenterden and the Thanet coast.
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