Merzie Meadows was once an old derelict cottage, sitting in three acres of land. It has, over the years, been brought back to life to be in touch with its environment, and a garden designed for wildlife. The property is uniquely designed and offers guests a peaceful stay. Ideal for longer stays.
What makes a stay at Merzie Meadows unique?
Uniquely-designed Merzie Meadows can offer true peace, with lovely views over the garden and grounds. Situated in the heart of Kent, it is within striking distance of wonderful gardens, castles and historic houses.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Merzie Meadows?
There are two rooms on either side of the house, and both are en-suite. One room has a shower room, and double aspect views over the garden. The other room is a suite, with its own terrace, en-suite bath and power shower. The suite can be used as a triple room, and it has its own separate sitting area, with a separate writing room. Floor to ceiling windows allow guests to soak in the views. There are king-sized beds in both rooms. Both rooms offer space, peace and comfort at five star Gold award level.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Maidstone area?
There is so much to see and do in the surrounding area, including the world-famous Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, and Leeds Castle with its 500 acres of beautiful grounds to meander through, complete with peacocks, black swans on the lakes, and wildlife. Great Dixter is a must, as is Pashley Manor with its beautiful quintessentially English gardens, not to mention Bedgebury Pinetum, and many fine historic houses.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are plenty of good places to eat In this area of Kent, and close to Merzie Meadows is The Mulberry Tree, which serves very good food, as well as The Horseshoes. The Goudhurst Inn has beautiful views, and provides good food and service, whilst The Poet at Matfield provides great food and a convivial ambiance. The West House in Biddenden offers Michelin-starred dining.