Glen Hill, Walmer

Kent. Sleeps up to 16

Ground floor: lobby area with a spacious interior hallway beyond. Kitchen/diner with an AGA, seperate Rangemaster cooker with a 5 ring gas hob, microwave, small fridge, dishwasher and a breakfast table which seats 10. Please note that the Aga is turned off in the Summer. There is a seperate utility room housing a large fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and original walk-in pantry and a WC off the utility room. Up 4 steps: Drawing room, a large and elegant room with a working fireplace (some logs provided), TV/DVD player and a BT Box. French doors open onto the Conservatory. Dining room, a large table seating up to 20 people, original fireplace with electric fire and French doors out onto the Conservatory. There is access to a music room/playroom through the dining room. The Conservatory is furnished with wicker chairs and tables providing seating for up to 10 guests with views out over the grounds to the rear of Walmer Castle and towards the distant sea. Please note this room is not heated. From the hallway, a grand oak staircase leads up to the first floor: Twin bedroom, original fireplace and an en-suite bathroom with a hand held shower and an additional door so it can double up as a guest cloakroom. Junior Master double with a King-size bed, TV, en-suite bathroom with a freestanding ball and claw roll-top bath and seperate shower. Second floor: Master Suite housing a super king-size double, French doors lead out onto the balcony at the rear of the house overlooking the grounds and Walmer Castle. En-suite shower room. Twin bedroom, original fireplace, dolls house. A further two beds are available to accommodate extra guests and can be put up in any of the bedrooms to suit your needs. A cot and high chair are available upon request and Wif

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