Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you based?

The Old Sheep Fold is nestled between the beautiful Staffhurst Woods and the rolling fields of the Kent/Surrey countryside.  You can find maps and information on how to find us on the Location page here

What Covid 19 Protocols do you have in place?
We have made the necessary changes to follow the Government and Industry Covid19 guidelines. We want you to know that we are doing our part during these unprecedented times to help keep you safe during your stay. We are taking our new cleaning protocol very seriously by cleaning and disinfecting all frequently used surfaces. All soft furnishings will also be hand-steamed to sanitise between guests, this is all enhanced by our strict 48 hour changeover period now implemented.
Is the accommodation suitable for young children?
Due to the cosiness of the hut which would make putting up a cot/small bed very tight and open steps down to garden and bathroom, it is not suitable for young children/babies.

The bed sleeps 2 adults comfortably or 1 adult and 1 child

Are we allowed to bring our pet?
Unfortunately we do not allow pets due to keeping the Hut clean for allergy sufferers
What cooking facilities are available?
There is no cooking facilities inside the hut but there is a gas Weber BBQ available for your use in the garden/dining area. There is a small fridge and kitchen prep area inside the hut. Crockery and cutlery and all cooking essentials are provided for you.
Do you offer anything for special occasions?
We offer a celebration basket that can be added to your booking. You can choose from a bottle of fizz or elderflower presse and homemade chocolate cake or cheese and biscuits.
What is included in the breakfast basket?
We deliver to you a breakfast basket which includes: home-made bread, hot pastries, butter, jams, yoghurt, homemade granola and compote. We cater for all diets and allergies, please notify us on booking.

The Old Sheep Fold, Dwelly Lane, Edenbridge, Kent TN8 6QG

TEL: (+44) 07803 010676
info@theoldsheepfold.co.uk

Photography Courtesy of Paul Sanders Photography

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