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On a recent solo trip to visit England's famous gardens, a two-night respite at the Sissinghurst Castle Farmhouse was a welcome hit of luxury. Sue and her team are warm, professional, and filled with terrific local knowledge. The breakfast was the best I had on...More
We took two rooms here, one with our two small children and another for my father in law. It was all perfect, gorgeous room and view, tea and cake at check-in in the lounge, brilliant breakfast, and such a great location. So grateful to Sue...More
Great place for first night in the UK for two weary travelers from the States. Greeted warmly by Sue (and Ruby, the sweet dog) upon arrival. Our room was comfortable and the breakfast was fantastic! Thank you for making our visit memorable.
We made a very late booking as the place we were originally booked in to for our anniversary weekend was awful. Sue welcomed us and showed us to the Sissinghurst Room which is double aspect with a huge bed and plenty of places to sit....More
Myself and friends stayed there on Friday night after visiting the famous Sissinghurst Castle Gardens. Charming bed and breakfasts always have the tiniest of charming details and this place had lots of those. I especially loved the amount of books and magazines there were to...More
Response from Claudia B | Reviewed this property |
The farmhouse is within the grounds of Sissinghurst Castle so it is easy to just wander up the drive and look around both the castle and the grounds. For local tours I am sure that if you contact Sue at the farmhouse she... More
The farmhouse is within the grounds of Sissinghurst Castle so it is easy to just wander up the drive and look around both the castle and the grounds. For local tours I am sure that if you contact Sue at the farmhouse she will know all the good places to visit.
Response from ChristinaSA | Reviewed this property |
We walked to The Milk House - but It was the summer! We had a taxi to and from the rail station though, and Sue gave us their number, so contacting her would be a good idea. I'm sure you will have a lovely time.