Little Nut Cottage - by Amber Mutter
Published: Wednesday 1st Mar 2017
Written by: Carol Attwell
Little Nut Cottage is a dainty property situated in the attractive town of Cranbrook which is home to many shops and cafés alike. The cottage is also near to farm shop called Hartley Dyke which sources its products from local businesses such as wine from Biddenden vineyards. It also has a bakery, fish counter and its own café which overlooks the farms apple orchards. The property is only 3.8 miles from the nearest train station in Staplehurst and is only 22 miles away from the nearest beach; Camber Sands. Little Nut Cottage is luxuriously furnished from the smart TV to the wood burning stove in the living area. Each window in the cottage frames stunning scenery of the Wealden countryside which makes your stay that much cosier when the wood burning stove is lit. The bedroom is spacious and airy with large amounts of light entering the detailed windows. There are countless local restaurants and pubs to visit whilst you are there including the infamous Milk House which is known for its fantastic, freshly made pizza. Other local pubs include The Bull in Benenden, which has some of the best burgers in the area, and also The White Horse Inn and The George hotel which are located in Cranbrook. If you are looking for local entertainment the Cranbrook Town Band, founded in the 1920’s, regularly performs in the towns Queen’s hall. As well as the local brass band there are often many theatrical productions showcased there as well as many tribute bands (any Madness fans out there?) If none of that takes your fancy why not take a look at Cranbrook museum and discover how Cranbrook has changed over the centuries. Last but not least one of the biggest attractions to Cranbrook is the windmill itself. It dates back to the 1800’s and is the last, out of 4, remaining windmills in the town. It is now in the hands of Kent County Council who refurbished and restored it to its original working state.