Great Farthingloe Farm, Folkestone Road, , Dover, CT15 7AA
The 10 guest bedrooms are all individually decorated with an emphasis on comfort and country style. Each room has lovely views of the surrounding country with deep set window sills and some still have working Georgian shutters. The sitting room and the attractively decorated dining room are available for guests to use at any time of day.
There are chairs in the garden and guests are welcome to relax under the trees and enjoy the scenery.?? There have been farms and dwellings on this site since before the Doomsday Book. The present house is believed to be 1790’s in origin with some intriguing tales. We have a helipad and ample room for large vehicles including horseboxes and for exercising horses.
Secure parking for cars and larger vehicles. Leave your car whilst on a cruise at £3.50 per day
Known as the gateway to England, Dover welcomes millions of visitors from all over the globe every year. Explore Dover's rich heritage. The first “Cross Channel Ferry” was discovered here in 1992. The Bronze Age Boat is now on permanent display at the Dover Museum. Discover where the Dunkirk evacuation was masterminded from within the secret tunnels of the majestic Dover Castle. Come and see where the Romans lived in the well preserved remains of the Roman Painted House.
For a breath of fresh air explore and wander along the famous White Cliffs and follow the path to the Lighthouse where Marconi made his first radio transmission. You can enjoy fantastic, breathtaking views from the top of the cliffs. This ‘iconic’ stretch of coastline has been voted Britain’s favourite and are a welcome sight to millions of travellers.
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