I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how much I’d love to go back to England.
Last time we spent most of our vacation in London, but we’d like to get out of the city a little more and see other parts of the country someday.
This lovely old Tudor with its adjoining cottage on Sandwich Bay, for instance, would be an amazing place to stay. Take a look!
According to the rental site, “Sandwich Bay is a long sweeping inlet of the sea on the east coast of Kent. Sandwich is known for being one of the best preserved medieval towns in the UK; within the old town walls the many beautiful period houses have changed little since the creation of the Domesday Book, making it a great destination for history lovers.”
Property Consultant Julie says, “To find such a striking Tudor manor right on the seafront is quirky enough, but the sweet-as-pie cottage adjoined to the main house is truly a unique home which guests won’t want to leave…”
The listing says, “Perfectly placed for couples looking for a stylish break away not far from London, the resplendent Arts and Crafts-inspired decor will delight discerning guests and is just a pebble’s throw from the beach at Sandwich Bay.”
Oh, to have a Smeg…
This bedroom is in the cottage and looks so cozy:
This bedroom was decorated with classic William Morris wallpaper:
I was charmed by this green bedroom with the shuttered windows and small fireplace:
The listing says, “The Restoratory has a sweet al fresco dining courtyard area where the call of the gulls will provide the soundtrack to your day. The traditional clapperboard beach huts provide a quirky addition to the gardens in which children will be delighted to find shrimping nets (the beach is one of the best for shrimping in the UK!).”
I’d love to walk through the town and see all the medieval-era houses, wouldn’t you?
Thanks to the site Unique Home Stays for sharing the photos and information with me.
You can rent both the main house (The Restoratory) and the adjoining cottage (The Butlery).