Historic estate houses sleeping 60 with a celebration barn, for family and friends get togethers in the High Weald of Kent
Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends. Bore Place, Chiddingstone, Edenbridge, Kent, sleeps 2 - 60 in 30 bedrooms.
Sleeps up to 60 in 5 separate but adjacent properties:
Bore Place House sleeps 30 (13 bedrooms)
Old Stable sleeps 25 (11 bedrooms)
Small Barn sleeps 4 (2 mezzanine bedrooms)
Mulberry Cottage sleeps 5 (2 en suite bedrooms)
Cedar Cottage sleeps 4 (2 en suite bedrooms)
Bore Place House
A historic and charming Jacobean Manor house with gorgeous gardens, big enough to sleep 30 whilst still feeling homely and welcoming. A real home from home, Bore Place House features a crackling log fire and a large kitchen with an Aga. There are 13 bedrooms, wood-panelled reception rooms and vast gardens. Dating back to the 1500s the house is full of character. With a long history of hosting groups of friends, the house is even rumoured to have been visited by Henry VIII whilst courting Anne Boleyn of nearby Hever Castle.
The Old Stables
Spread over two floors, with ground floor facilities ideal for those with limited mobility. This property is well-equipped and practical with 11 bedrooms and includes a disabled access bathroom. A large kitchen and dining space and a cosy sitting room with functional wood burner which looks out onto the Courtyard Garden.
A modern renovated barn which retains much of its original character. Open plan living space and kitchenette on the ground floor complete with wood burner, with spiral staircases leading to two mezzanine bedrooms. Both shower rooms are located on the ground floor.
Cedar and Mulberry Cottages
Two newly converted adjacent cottages sleeping 4/5 with en suite bathrooms. The cottages can be taken together for larger groups.
Bore Place is situated on an organic dairy farm and is home to The Commonwork Trust, a charity that aims to explore how to live and work sustainably, through education and programmes to support young people. We utilise green energy for heating and water, including woodchip harvested from the estate woodlands. We are committed to minimising waste and using ethical, green products throughout the site.