Located in a peaceful, rural location yet less than five miles from Ashford, Lanary Oast has been sympathetically restored showing many oak beams and original stonework. There is private access to the oast where a gentle ramp leads to the stable door, all downstairs rooms have wide doorways with oak flooring throughout. The property has been tastefully decorated, furnished and equipped. The garden, with a large pond - can also be admired from the upper floor decked verandah area. Situated one and a half miles from Bilsington, this is wonderful walking country, yet close to the Eurostar terminal and the high speed trains to London and Paris. Shop: 1.5 miles Pub: 2 miles Coast: 8.2 miles
Sitting Room has three sofas, an armchair, coffee table, TV/DVD, music system and wood burning stove
Dining Room, in the roundel, has a round pine table and chairs
Kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, larder fridge and freezer
Cloakroom with washbasin and w.c
Master Bedroom with super king-size bed which can be separated into twins, a 4ft sofabed, pine wardrobe, chest of drawers, portable TV and En-Suite Bathroom with shower over the bath, separate shower, washbasin and w.c.
Bedroom 2 with two 3' beds which can be zipped together to make a super king-size, pine wardrobe, two chests of drawers, chair and TV
Bathroom with hand-held shower over the bath, washbasin and w.c
Up a few stairs to...
Bedroom 3 is in the roundel with a four poster king-size bed, painted pine wardrobe, dressing table and chair
Garden: Lawned gardens with hedges and trees at the perimeters. There is a large pond with a 4' fence (children must be supervised). Also from the upper floor a door leads out to a decked verandah area with a small bench. Garden furniture and barbecue plus children's climbing frame.
Parking: Ample parking beside the accommodation.
Heating: Oil central heating and wood burning stove.
Also provided: Telephone (incoming).
Notes: First basket of logs provided. Please contact owner before arrival if you require beds in a different arrangement than as specified above.
- Friday changeover
- Sleeps 8
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Sorry, no pets
- WiFi available
- Private parking
- Welcome Pack upon arrival
- Bed linen included
- Bath towels included
- Travel cot available
- Equipped with a highchair
- Open fire/woodburner
- Equipped with a dishwasher
- Equipped with a tumble dryer
- Equipped with a washing machine
- Nearest shop: 12 miles away
- Nearest pub: 2 miles away
- 8 miles from the coast
|Band||Date Range||7 night price *|
|E||22nd July 2016 - 25th August 2016||£1,035.00|
|D||26th August 2016 - 1st September 2016||£967.00|
|C||2nd September 2016 - 8th September 2016||£860.00|
|B||9th September 2016 - 22nd September 2016||£759.00|
|A||23rd September 2016 - 20th October 2016||£680.00|
|B||21st October 2016 - 27th October 2016||£759.00|
|A||28th October 2016 - 15th December 2016||£680.00|
|E||16th December 2016 - 24th December 2016||£1,035.00|
* Please note: guide prices are based on the current year's prices and do not include optional items such as pet fees.
An excellent venue in an idyllic spot. Worked perfectly as a base for a wedding at Odo's Barn.Mrs L Hicken - 18th September 2015
We stayed at Lanary Oast. It was a lovely property in a delightful setting. It was also centrally placed for a variety of activities and visits. We have already recommended it to friends and family.Mrs Miller from Isle of Wight - 5th September 2014
Lovely country house, quiet and relaxing atmosphere and surrounding. Good spot to make trips to different places in Kent, like Canterbury, Sissinghurst, Dover castle, Rye, etc., very nice and helpful ownerMrs Machate-Weiss from Germany - 30th May 2014
For the second time around we enjoyed the house, the surroundings, shopping and visiting museums in London and Ashford, walking in the neighbourhood and we loved the warm welcome.van der Schaaf family, Netherlands - 11th December 2008
We enjoyed exploring Kent and it is always a pleasure to come back to this lovely house. Canterbury and Dover were good days out, also Battle, Rye and Rochester.Lim family, Singapore - 11th December 2008
We had a wonderful time in the converted oast house. Visited Dover, Canterbury, Hastings, London and Leeds Castle. The kids loved the dogs - we missed them when we came home.Duyzer family - 11th December 2008
Fabulous house in a tranquil setting. Excellent base for exploring the local area. Friendly and helpful hostsAdrian, Clare, Thomas and William, Suffolk - 11th December 2008
As two seasoned travellers, who rent property in the U.K. every year, we have, in the past, always been disappointed with the standard of accommodation. This time has been different. We have found the house excellent, well appointed and in a wonderful location. The owners have been perfect, unobtrusive and very helpful. A truly 5 star establishment. Well done!John & Lynette Styles - 18th August 2007
The best holiday rent we have ever had, every one friendly and helpful. Beautiful, comfortable and well maintained house in an interesting part of England. When we win the lottery we will make an offer for this property- lock stock and dogs.Diaper family - 26th May 2007
Delightful oast house; clean , comfortable and warm. Thank you for the delightful welcome pack. Often seen oast houses but never expected to stay in one. Learnt a lot about the history of them from your book.Simpson family - 10th March 2007
A very special family occasion made even more so by our stay in such a beautiful, well equipped home. Kind, thoughtful and hospitable owners. Thank youReeve family - 19th February 2007