Cloth Hall Oast B&B
Cloth Hall Oast is a small Hotel B&B is an exceptionally fine conversion of a typical Kentish oast house with a galleried dining room open to the roof with a spectacular wrought iron chandelier offering you luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.
It was featured on BBC 2 Michael Portillo's Great British Railway Journeys – London Bridge to Hastings episode.
The superior accommodation includes three double bedrooms – two with King size beds, one a Four Poster, the other can be a twin. All accommodation includes bath or shower en-suite with television, hairdryer, magazines and radio.
Local garden attractions include Sissinghurst Gardens, Pashley Manor Gardens, Great Dixter, Scotney Castle and Hole Park all within 20 minutes.
Local attractions also include Batemans – Rudyard Kipling's home, Leeds Castle and Rye are close with Chartwell, Penshurst Place, Ightham Mote, Hever Castle, Bodium Castel and Knole half an hour away.
Indoor/Outdoor Swimming Pool
Locally produced food
Cocolicious Café Pâtisserie
Benson's Rest sleeps 4
Benenden Bonfire and Fireworks
Christmas at Bedgebury