Priest’s House is a stunning detached brick property, believed to be part of the Elizabethan mansion that made up Sissinghurst Castle. Completely renovated, but with reams of original features, the property boasts mullion and leaded windows, inglenook fireplace, wooden beams and brick flooring. Sitting on the edge of the White Garden, it’s a must-stay for garden lovers or those just after a bit of peace and tranquillity.
Rise early and explore Sissinghurst Castle. Discover its diverse history; from the astonishing time as a prison in the 1700s, to being a home to the women’s land army. You’ll also have 450 acres of the wider estate to explore too.
Further afield, visit Chiddingstone a surviving Tudor village and discover the legend of the chiding stone. Enjoy a bite to eat before taking a stroll through the surrounding countryside. Head down to the Kent coast, from which you’ll be less than an hours’ drive from. Loop onto the Kent Coast Path for stunning walks along the White Cliffs of Dover.
Access: The accessibility guide is for guidance only. For up-to-date information, please call the team on 0344 800 2070.
Parking: Guests can unload/load outside the cottage, thereafter they will need to park at the rear of the restaurant in two designated spaces. For further parking, guests can use the visitor's car park.
Garden: There is no private garden but out-of-hours access to the main gardens including the White Garden.
Events: Private out of hours events take place in the main gardens, during peak seasons, including the White Garden.