Frith Farm is home to four luxury holiday cottages, located within beautiful extensive grounds, in a peaceful position on the North Downs of Kent. Providing a high standard of holiday accommodation, within a peaceful, tranquil setting, Frith Farm provides the perfect place to escape the pressures of everyday life and truly unwind.
The farm has spectacular gardens, orchards and a wonderful heated indoor swimming pool which guests can enjoy.
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this peaceful retreat is well located for visiting Kent's historic houses, cathedrals and castles. Ashford International town (where you can catch the Eurostar to Paris) and the beautiful City of Canterbury with a great selection of shops, restaurants and magnificent cathedral are under half an hour away by car. The area also offers plenty of festivals and events throughout the year such as the Whitstable Oyster Festival and Kent's International Arts Festival in Canterbury.
For those wanting to take a day trip to France, Dover and Folkestone are easily accessible and there are some fantastic restaurants (some with a Michelin Star!) within just a short drive.
Being so close to Kent's many attractions and coastline and surrounded by beautiful countryside, this is an ideal place for a relaxing holiday or to use as a base for exploring the area.
Andrew & Jane Austin joined Independent Cottages in August 2006
Damson Cottage is the largest and can accommodate up to seven guests. It is a luxurious Kentish barn conversion that takes self-catering accommodation to an impressive height of perfection.
Additional information: All bedlinen (including tea towels) and towels are supplied. The Cottage benefits from wi-fi internet access. Guest's are asked to bring their own swimming towels for pool use. A travel cot and high chair are available (upon request) and baby sitting can be arranged at reasonable rates. Damson Cottage has parking for two cars.
Awarded Five Star Gold by Quality in Tourism.
Star Rating: 5 Star Gold
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