Tenterden in Kent Town Guide

Raspberry Oast B and B

Raspberry Oast B and B in Tenterden

£80.00 - £120.00 (per person per night)
Raspberry Oast B and B
Smallhythe Road
TN30 7LY
01580 762 698
07702 853 670
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Raspberry Oast is a mile (down Smallhythe Road) from the beautiful Georgian Town of Tenterden. The Oast overlooks a lovely garden and cherry orchard. There is beautiful cherry blossom in the Spring and delicious cherries available in the Summer months. A full English breakfast is provided and Tenterden Town has many pubs and restaurants to dine out in the evening and shops to explore in the daytime. It also has the Kent and East Sussex Steam railway. This is a lovely way to see’ The Garden of England’.

There are a variety of places to explore from Raspberry Oast – Chapel Down Vineyard and the Ellen Terry Museum are only half a mile away, Sissinghurst Castle (a must for garden lovers) is 4 miles away and the ancient Cinque port of Rye is 9 miles away.

We have 1 double room and shower room available. The room has a lovely view across the garden and the cherry orchard. There is a TV in the room and tea and coffee making facilities.

The B and B is open from May until September. It is £85 a night and a 2 night minimum stay in the weekend. Payment by cash or cheque.
Contact: Fran Sharp

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