- Disabled Access
- Wireless Broadband
Tonge near Sittingbourne is the setting for this Grade II listed 17th Century Tonge Barn which has recently been converted to form well appointed en-suite accommodation and function facilities.
The Barn was formerly part of Tonge Mill Country Park Craft Centre, and Mill Pond which dates back to 450AD.
The Barn is centrally located for accessibility to Sittingbourne, Faversham and Canterbury, and has its own beautifully landscaped private gardens and car park.Accommodation
Our guest rooms have been individually designed and most elegantly finished, all rooms are spacious, tastefully furnished and thoughtfully equipped with LCD TVs, direct dial telephones, tea and coffee making, hair dryers and radio alarms.
Facilities are fully en-suite with separate bath and recently upgraded power shower. We have three new guest rooms with disabled facilities including en-suite which are finished to the same high standard as the existing.
Free WIFI in every room.
Freesat Digital TV In every room. Tariff Functions
Tonge Barn is available for exclusive hire. Whether business or private, your event can be tailored exactly to your requirements.
Please telephone us to discuss your requirements. Example Lunch Buffet
A selection of freshly filled sandwiches, A selection of savoury items, Fresh salad, Mixed bread basket, A choice of cold meat platter or quiches, A selection of delicious cakes & fresh fruit, Tea & Coffee - £9.50 per Person Locality
Only a stones throw away, set in this picturesque, tranquil location is Tonge Mill. The Mill dates back to 450AD when the Saxons Hengist and Horsa joined forces. Hengist settled at Tonge and became the first king of Kent.
The Mill has seen 300 years of flour milling. More recently a country park has been created and the mill pond is now a focal point for tourism. Disclaimer: The information on this property was presented with the best of intentions. Any reported errors will be corrected immediately. People interested in contacting the above property should confirm for themselves the accuracy of any data presented.