Address: The Firs, Nickley Wood Road, Shadoxhurst, Ashford, Kent, TN26 1LZ.

Please note, some navigation systems will take you only to Nickley Wood Road and you’ll need the below directions.

On entering the village of Shadoxhurst, with The Kings Head pub on your left, turn left into Church Lane and continue for around a mile. You will pass the postbox next to the Church and you’ll continue until you see a second postbox on the left where you should turn left into Nickley Wood Road. Follow ahead, with a slight right hand bend, until you see the sign “The Firs” on the left and you will enter the farm gate.

Peace and Tranquillity – A great place that is good for the soul, far away from traffic noise and urban hub hub, this is where you can genuinely unwind and refresh in countryside living, amongst the wildlife, enjoy our ducks who feed and breed, Woodpeckers, Kingfishers, Jays, Buzzards, Sparrow Hawks, Owls, Butterflies, Hedgehogs, Foxes, and we have had Deer drinking at the waterside. Nightingales can be seen and heard in the spring months.

The Firs is located close to the ancient village of Shadoxhurst, this village is known as “The woodland gateway to the countryside.”

The Rare Breeds Centre, just up the road at Woodchurch is a great place to visit some great attractions for the children of ages

We are close to Ashford International train station, only one hour to “Lillie” in France and thirty minutes to London. We can provide transport to and from the station, if requested.

The quaint town of Tenterden is close by with a good selection of restaurants, pubs shops and the “Fishing tackle shop” The steam train runs from here to Bodium Castle.

Close by also are the towns Hastings, Rye, Dymchurch, Hythe the light railways runs from here and travels along the coast to  Dungeness adults and children will love it!

At Northam you can travel by river on the ferry to Bodium, this is a must to take in the beauty of the Kent and Sussex countryside.

The whole area is filled with quaint unspoilt villages, many are close to the “Royal Military Canal” and provide nice vistas whilst enjoying the village pub.