With views overlooking The Romney Marsh, Sue and Martyn Brignall at Mackley Farm supply campers (and the locals!) with fresh eggs and vegetables.
Wattle Corner nestles in its own ancient orchard and plantsman’s garden.
Galloping has become a trendy alternative to camping and no one does it better than at Waypost Farm where Sam and Leon Coates have converted an old shepherd’s hut and horse box fit for royalty.
‘Pet Friendly’ Stone Green Oast Mandy and Andrew Button became inspired for their ‘dog friendly’ accomodation came after difficulty in finding a cottage that would accept their own dogs. The idea has proved very popular.
The 300 year old accomodation in the centre of the village at The Crown Inn has been sympathetically converted to provide two B&B rooms in recent years.
Paul Dobson and Kristin Syltevik at Odiam Estate have converted the Grade II listed barn and farm buildings. All products are naturally sourced, organic and sustainable.
Andrew Jempson at hosts ‘Theme weeks’, offering guests experiences of country life with pursuits including making a bonfire and picking vegetables to make soup.
FarmPat and Roger Cooke have two holiday cottages one of which is a converted pigsty! Many guests end up feeding the lambs and enjoying one of the many nature trails Great Prawls has to offer.
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