Come and visit a house full of history.
A stunning and quirky - meaning a little wonky at places - medieval timber framed home, originally build in 1468 for Sir Wyllyam Taylor, then Sheriff of London (later Lord Mayor of London). It is said the house had the proportion
Taylour house is wonderfully comfortable, well equipped and very interesting in historic terms. It is the perfect place to relax with family and friends, in a great location and excellent value for m… More
It was great having you and your family stay with us. You are welcome to come back at any time. Thank you!
Barn conversion with breath taking views in rural location. Within 10-20 mins of Towns and 5 mins to Village pubs with restaurants. Perfectly located for exploring South-East England. *5 mins to local railway station for direct trains to London *40 mins to Gat
My partner and I stayed here for 3 nights in August 2014 and would thoroughly recommend the property. It is set amongst some lovely scenery and we were greeted by Louise, the owner, on arrival who pro… More
Reviewed 7 May 2014
Stayed here for 3 nights great place to stay comfortable with a lovely country feel. Great local pub just down the road shops not very far away and close to London if you fancy some day trips in. This… More
Reviewed 26 Feb 2014
I found Little Saxbys to be a very comfortable apartment that was well equipped. Louise the owner was very welcoming and could not do enough to help when I asked for anything. I would recomend the apa… More
The Duck House is a stunning two bedroom cottage in the charming and un-spoilt village of Cowden in Kent and is well placed for exploring the beautiful Kent and Sussex countryside or delving into local history. If you are looking for an idyllic retreat in Rural E