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A lovely stay at Solley Farm House with excellent hosts Sandra & Peter. I stayed in the Gold Room which was finished too a very high standard. You are made to feel very welcome and nothing was too much trouble. The breakfast choice was excellent.Thank...More
Just returned home having spent seven nights in this quintessentially English farmhouse B&B where we were warmly welcomed by Sandy & Peter with tea & cake.
Each of the three bedrooms has their own unique character (we tried out two Blue room & Rose room)...More
My partner and I stayed for 4 nights in this absolutely beautiful B&B and cannot recommend it enough. If you are looking for the nicest hosts in England, a beautiful and cosy house to stay in, a spotless and nicely decorated room, the best breakfast...More
Solley Farm House is a delightful B&B. We were thoroughly spoilt by our hosts Sandy and Peter. Nothing was too much trouble. Our room was very comfortable with lovely views over the duck pond. The added touches of tea and coffee making facilities, biscuits, chocolates...More
From our window in the Blue room, the one with the big bathroom we could see the floating duck house on the picturesque village pond. Our room and the hospitality provided were of the highest order but our only disappointment was that the village ducks...More
Exceptional hospitality is guaranteed at this Five Star, Gold Award, Michelin Guide listed establishment, with thoughtful luxury touches at every turn - fresh flowers, toiletries, chocolates, soft towels and robes in the sumptuous en-suite bedrooms. Nestled in the heart of a peaceful conservation area, this 18th-century farmhouse is full of character, and overlooks the tranquil village duck pond and an ancient Norman church. This picturesque setting is the perfect base for anyone visiting the East Kent coast.
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Number of rooms
US$ 158 - US$ 171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)