East Peckham has three pubs surviving from the days when hop pickers thronged to the area. One such pub is The Man of Kent, a delightful Grade II listed traditional Coaching Inn dating back to 1588, with many attractive features, including low-beamed ceilings, oak doors and a large wood burning inglenook fireplace. Located next to the River Bourne you can sit and relax, enjoying a fresh bite to eat by the river. The cottage is furnished with guests' comfort and relaxation in mind. Entrance lobby, adjacent shower room, and airy living/dining/ kitchen. Stairs to first floor with en-suite double bedroom and twin bedroom. Side patio with pots of plants and flowers making a special spot for relaxing.
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