Manor Court Farm has been offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the spacious Georgian farmhouse for over thirty years. The house dates back to about 1750 and stands within 350 acres.
The accommodation has been graded as three stars with a Silver Award for high quality accommodation as well as a Breakfast Award. There is one double and two twin rooms which are available throughout the year.
All rooms are tastefully and comfortably furnished to a high standard, with hot and cold water, tea making facilities, a television set and wonderful views of the gardens and surrounding countryside.
Our spacious bedrooms are complemented by two large bathroom/shower rooms, exclusively for guests’ use. A lounge/sitting room with an open fire, television, and DVD player is available for the comfort of our guests, whilst in good weather there are lovely places to sit outside and enjoy a cup of tea and the gardens.
Breakfasts are cooked to order on the Aga, using fresh farm eggs and local produce whenever possible. Guests are offered a traditional English cooked breakfast or, if preferred, a continental breakfast. Children, vegetarians and special diets can be catered for.
Our guests are welcome to explore the farm which has extensive public footpaths including the Weald Way and the Sussex Border Path crossing it. Manor Court Farm has joined the South East England Tourist Board Walkers and Cyclists charter which means that we provide additional facilities and assistance for those guests who arrive on foot or by bicycle. There are also drying facilities.
The property is situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We offer you a warm and friendly atmosphere so that you can relax and enjoy the farm and the surrounding Kent and Sussex countryside.
£85 per room per night, double occupancy
£55 single occupancy.
(Special offers may be available)
Reduced rates for children.
Babies are free
Within easy reach of our farm are Penshurst Place and Gardens, Hever Castle, Bedgebury National Pinetum, Chartwell (the home of Winston Churchill), Great Dixter House and Gardens, Leeds Castle, Chiddingstone Castle, Ightham Mote (rare 14th Century moated manor house), Bodiam Castle, Lullingstone Roman Villa, Lullingstone Castle World Garden, Knole (where Vita Sackville-West was born), Sissinghurst Castle (renowned for its beautiful gardens created by the same Vita, where she lived later in her life), Groombridge Place with Enchanted Garden (just one mile away), the Spa Valley Railway (with steam trains), Pooh Corner and Hundred Acre Wood (five miles away), Scotney Castle, Ashdown Forest, the Turner Contemporary Art Gallery at Margate and Standen (an Arts and Crafts house with original designs by William Morris). Many other private local homes and gardens are open on certain days each year - we can give you advice and help you plan your outings. There are numerous opportunities for sporting activities such as horse riding (Ashdown Forest), rock climbing (Groombridge, indoors at Evolution, and outdoors at Harrisons Rocks), sailing (Bewl Water), climbing an assault course (Go Ape, Bedgebury), swimming (Tunbridge Wells and Crowborough), fishing as well as cycling and walking.