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Upper Ansdore, Duck Pit Road, Petham, Canterbury, CT4 5QB
Upper Ansdore Farmhouse dates from the XIVth century with later additions. The house once belonged to Sir William Cockaine, a former Lord Mayor of London in 1619, and is mentioned in Hasted's history of Kent. Situated in a Sylvan setting with far reaching views across the valley, in a quiet area away from all the traffic. It overlooks a Kent trust nature reserve. You are assured of a warm welcome, and a full English breakfast with our own free range eggs etc. Excellent location for walking, cycling and exploring the surrounding areas. Lyminge Forest and Kent Nature Reserve both one mile. Access to the North Downs Way four miles. 18 hole golf course at Canterbury 6 miles, Howletts Zoo Park 6 miles, horse riding available at the local stables in the village.
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Lovely and clean 16th Century guest with quality beds and bed linen and a fine breakfast served

What one hopes to find at the end of a ones journey in search for a country guest house is what you find when you arrive at Upper Ansdore. A classic and traditionally well kept property that reminds the guest in no uncertain terms of the countryside and its history. A delightfully cosy dining room with short beams, small doors, open fireplaces and rich warm feel. The beautifully cooked breakfast paid attention to good ingredients and could not be faulted. Plenty to look at on the walls from the pack hounds to the falcons and other objects of interest. As to the beds. I had read an earlier review of the quality of the beds at Upper Ansdore. The were superb and surpassed may expectations, quality linen and pillows which provided a most welcome deep sleep. Its a cracking bed and breakfast

Reviewed by
Richard Carter

From London, England
Who stayed in October 2012

Family with young children

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