In a pretty hamlet, ten minutes' drive from the port, Christopher and Leonora Oakley offer a wide choice of accommodation at their quirky, family-friendly hotel. There are spacious traditional rooms in the white-painted Jacobean manor house; snug stable-block rooms overlooking the gardens and meadows of White Cliffs Country; high-ceilinged Kentish barn suites; and a hut, a woodcutter's cabin, a bathing wagon and luxury tipis, all with outdoor fire pits, spread out in the seven-acre landscaped gardens. Much local, home-grown and foraged produce is used in chef David Hoseason's cooking. Lounge, bar, library, conservatory, restaurant (classical background music; open to non-residents). Free Wi-Fi in main house. 12-metre indoor swimming pool with Endless Pools swim trainer and hydrotherapy massage; sauna, steam room, fitness studio, indoor hot tub, treatment cabins, relaxation room; tennis courts, croquet lawn, boules court; sun terraces. Civil wedding licence; functions. Children welcomed (baby-listening devices; high teas). 17 bedrooms (plus 2 tipis in grounds). Per room B&B £135--£265, D,B&B £215--£345. 2-night min. stay July, Aug
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