The snug sitting room with its enormous Tudor inglenook
Slaybrook Hall. A Kentish gem.
Slaybrook Hall. A Kentish gem.
13 guests
6 bedrooms
8 beds
2 baths
13 guests
6 bedrooms
8 beds
2 baths
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Ages 2 - 12
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13 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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Built in the 15th century and extended in the Arts and Crafts style of the early 20th century, this six bedroom house is just a few minutes walk from the station and main line to London (1 hour). The seaside is one mile away.
Described by Country Life magazine as one of the small country houses of England, Slaybrook Hall has played host to writers, poets, actors and musicians since its enlargement in the 1920s. A peaceful haven, walking distance from the sea, newly restored.

The space

The whole house

Guest access

The whole house except one room where we will store those belongings we need to clear for your visit

Interaction with guests

We will be away

Other things to note

Cleaner provided and gardener.

Free parking on premises
Buzzer/wireless intercom

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events


3 Reviews

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Riya User Profile
August 2017
We had a very relaxing stay at Slaybrook Hall. The photos available on the website did not do the home justice as it exceeded our expectations. Check in and out was straight forward and flexible and handled by a friend of Ben, David who showed us around the home and gave us useful advice about local amenities. A lovely stay around nd would come again.

Suhel User Profile
August 2017
Lovely place...wonderful surroundings

Riya User Profile
June 2017
The host canceled this reservation 75 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

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Ben User Profile
I am a freelance opera singer with a passion for cricket, wine and cooking. My wife and I have been restoring this wonderful house once frequented by Noel Coward and the du Mauriers. Built in 1460, the house is a riot of wooden beams, carvings and inglenook fireplaces. The Arts a…
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