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Our B&B rooms at The Holt

The Holt has two rooms - Campion and Bluebell - with comfortable beds made with fresh laundered cotton bedding and each has a private ensuite shower, WC and basin. The rooms have a televison offering dozens of radio and television channels, a CD/DVD player and a USB card reader (for looking at photos or watching digitally saved films). There are plenty of power sockets for recharging your electronic devices and free wi-fi internet acess is available throughout the house.

A selection of tea, coffee, hot chocolate, fruit teas, biscuits are available in the rooms and are reqularly replenished during your stay. There is a hair dryer and shoe cleaning pads. The cold water in the taps is drinkable but each room also has bottled water and a selection of fresh fruit.

Each bedroom has its own private shower room with toilet, WC and washbasin and a supply of individual toiletries, dressing gowns and fluffy white towels.

Breakfast is served in the lovely shared dining room and is cooked to order by Kate. If you have any special dietary requests please let us know before arrival so that we can make sure that we can cater properly for you, as far as we are able.

Campion

This room is a double aspect room with a king size double bed with fresh laundered cotton bedding. The views are across the adjacent fields towards the village church (that is distant enough not to be woken by the bells!) and towards the meadow in the west where the sun can be seen setting on our sunnier days. It is furnished with a double wardrobe, chest of drawers and occasional furniture together with two upholstered antique chairs.

Bluebell

This room is a double aspect room with twin beds (2 single beds) both with fresh laundered cotton bedding. An additional (full-size) 'roll-out' bed can be placed in this room - ideal for 3 close friends exploring the delights of Kent. The room looks out over the garden towards the woods and across the adjacent fields towards the village. This room is furnished with an oak wardrobe and drawers and occasional furniture together with two antique captain's chairs.