This charming 300 year-old cottage stands on a secluded site overlooking the beautiful North Downs. It has traditional, bright rooms with free Wi-Fi, and freshly-cooked breakfasts using local produce.
Stourview Cottage B&B still retains many original features in the main house including wood panelling, original beams and large inglenook’s dotted about the property.
Both suites have panoramic countryside views and a private area of the cottage garden with seating and dining areas. They also have patio doors leading directly to the garden.
A continental breakfast is included in the room rate. For an additional charge guests may enjoy a cooked breakfast, made using local ingredients supplied from a local farm and bakery. In-house beauty treatments and pamper days can also be arranged.
Several walks run close to Stourview, including the Pilgrim's Way, offering elevated views amongst the local countryside and wildlife. The quaint village of Wye with various pubs and restaurants, an ATM machine and a post office is a 20-minute walk or a 5-minute drive away.