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Ramsden Farmhouse B&B and Cottage Reviews

We are very proud of our reviews which reflect our committment to ensuring that all of our guests enjoy thier time with us.

 

May 2016

What a place - and so well thought through. Superior. Lots of little touches that make you feel at home. Definitely to be recommended

M, Tunbridge wells

May 2015

I organised a garden tour for a small group of Italian ladies in May. We spent 3 wonderful nights at Ramsden Farmhouse. The house is absolutely delightful and Sally is a wonderful host. It was a real home from home. The location is ideal for visiting such places as Sissinghurst, Great Dixter, Hole Park and many other gardens and houses in Kent and Sussex. 

Jane, Italy

April 2011

I think everyone else has said it all so I can only reiterate how fantastic this place is. Here are a few more reasons why this place has that special something... Spotlessly clean. Comfortable beds with beautiful linen. Superb bathrooms with chocolate and chilli bath soak or acacia and honey. Superb breakfasts Freshly picked flowers from the garden. A cup of tea on the terrace. Charming company from Sally and Simon. Amazing attention to detail which makes that special place extra special. Thankse

September 2010

I've read all the other comments and am afraid I can't come up with anything new and original except - ditto, ditto, ditto! Our stay at Ramsden Farm was a highlight of our 10 days in England.

August 2010

Staying at Ramsden Farm was unique,we're afraid we'll never find anything like it again! Sally and Simon made us feel totally at home. The house is beautifull,the views are stunning and so peacefull. It was hard to leave...

August 2010

We had an amazing weekend here. The house is beautiful and Sally is a wonderful hostess. Her delicious breakfasts set us up for a day of National Trust visits and walks along the beach. We came (unwillingly) home feeling relaxed and like we had all had a proper holiday rather than a weekend in the country. Can't wait for the second visit. Thank you Sally, Simon, Fro and Jasper.