We stayed there for two nights (check-in on 3 June). The place was a bit difficult to find, but prior emails with Penny (the lady owner) sorted out the problem. The studio was tidy and neat. Everything was well-thought of and well organised. A book full of information, iPad, hair dryer, iron, TV ...
It was a very nice hotel, clean & staff were very friendly
Welcoming arrival, clean room and good food. Everything you could want from a hotel
We had a really enjoyable stay at Knole B&B. The rooms and breakfast were excellent and Sarah and Ian were very friendly and helpful.
This is an old hotel and could do with a lick of paint in places. We chose it for its excellent location and proximity to the Stag theatre. Our room was small and cosy and fine for one night. Worst aspects were thin walls and no hot water in the morning. We were kept awake by someone snoring and ...
Are you heading to Countrywide Falconry?
It is found in Sevenoaks.
For those looking to save a few pennies, there are a few budget accommodations in the surrounding area. Don't look further than the Bull Hotel or the Royal Oak Hotel for comfort and a good price.
If you want to feel spoiled, experience first-rate service and just relax, take a look at the selection of upmarket hotels a short cab ride away. Put down your suitcase and make good use of the exceptional amenities at the Best Western Plus Donnington Manor Hotel. Another superb option is the 7 Hotel Diner.
When you've finished exploring Countrywide Falconry, Kemsing Italian deli (1st Edith 's road, Kemsing) is a popular place to refuel with a light bite to make it through the rest of the day. The Bell Inn (Yew Tree Cottage High Street, Sevenoaks Kent, Kemsing) is also within close reach and is an outstanding place if you're after something a little more substantial.
Taking the train is among the most convenient, reliable and inexpensive ways to arrive at Countrywide Falconry. You'll want to disembark at Kemsing, which is just 1 mile away.