- £1,405 per week
- £201 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 king/super-king beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Smart TV
- Countryside views
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
- Rural location
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor WC
Important - Please Note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 9am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
Old All Saints Church has undergone a stunning conversion from Anglican chapel-of-ease, built in 1869, to a luxury holiday home, sleeping up to 6 guests. It is located in the pretty village of Horsmonden in the Weald of Kent, a countryside idyll surrounded by hop gardens, orchards and woodlands. The property has been sympathetically converted into a stunning dwelling, retaining its painted decoration to the chancel roof and offers a great example of polychrome brickwork and original arched stained glass windows. The open plan living area is spacious and has a magnificent double height, vaulted ceiling with glass doors to a comfy TV room and another subterranean snug. The bespoke staircase with glass panelling transports you to the three double bedrooms with the master, on the top floor, boasting a ensuite bathroom with far reaching views from the bathtub. Old All Saints Church has been beautifully styled and designed with different areas for relaxation or simply coming together as a family or group of friends for a great getaway in the beautiful Kent countryside. The property is more suited to adults and teenage children due to its design features. Pub: 0.8 miles Shop: 0.8 miles Beach: 29 miles
We love this property because it is has been beautifully converted, retaining original features, into a luxury countryside escape.
Entrance into hall with space for hanging coats and storing boots.
Open plan living area: wood flooring with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, 2 large chesterfield leather sofas, wingback armchair, upholstered footstool coffee table, Sonos music system. Through high archway to... Dining area with stone flooring, dining table and seating for 8... Kitchen area with fitted low level units, 2 electric ovens, induction hob with extractor fan, integrated microwave and 2 fridges, dishwasher
TV Room: 2 sofas, armchair, footstool, smart TV
Cloakroom: washbasin and w.c.
Subterranean snug: sofas and armchair, smart TV
Utility Room: washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer
Bedroom 2: carpeted with king size bed, chest of drawers, hanging space
Bedroom 3: carpeted with 2 single beds, chest of drawers, wardrobe
Bathroom: walk-in shower, washbasin cabinet, w.c.
Master Bedroom: floor to ceiling glass wall with curtains, carpeted with king size bed, dressing table, wardrobe. Up stairs to En-suite bathroom with spectacular views from the freestanding double ended bathtub, separate shower, washbasin, w.c.
Garden: Enclosed garden with patio area, garden furniture
Heating: Oil central heating, radiators, plus underfloor heating on the ground floor
Parking: Private parking for 3 cars
Notes: Due to the design, sorry no children, teenagers and adults only
Out and About:
Horsmonden is a small and pretty countryside village located between Tunbridge Wells and Cranbrook. In the village there is a well stocked village shop with a deli and bakery counter and a pub, The Gun and Spitroast. Other pubs/restaurants locally: the Goudhurst Inn in Goudhurst, The Small Holding in Kilndown and The Vineyard in Lamberhurst, all with great menus and beer gardens. Great outdoor venues are Bedgebury Pinetum and Forest - perfect for walks and cycle rides and for the more adventurous Go Ape. Bewl Water is a beautiful reservoir offering a fantastic range of outdoor activities – from cycling to water sports, open air cinema and a restaurant. There’s also a few National Trust properties in the area, like Scotney Castle with it’s pretty castle ruins or Sissinghurst Castle with its famous gardens – both around 15 mins drive away. If you fancy venturing further afield and crossing the border, head off to the Sussex coast and visit Rye on the way or in the opposite direction, Canterbury and visit the cathedral. There are many local farm shops in the area selling local produce and vineyards. Not too far away is Hush Heath, a family-run local vineyard that has produced award-winning wines. Book an expert-led tour through their beautiful vineyards, apple orchards and ancient oak woodlands.
This is a cool and funky conversion, a unique space to inhabit. It is on a busy road but the little courtyard is a pleasant place to sit in the sun and the village is lovely with a recreation ground and excellent shop. There are many places to eat out and we enjoyed Go Ape and a trip to the Aqua Park.