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Uplees Farm

Accommodation Details

Self-Catering Holiday Home in Faversham, Kent
Relax and enjoy our family run sheep farm located in the Kent countryside in peaceful surroundings. Our 16th Century farmhouse has been tastefully renovated for the comfort and privacy of guests.

It is the ideal base for touring the area, visiting a nearby Nature Reserve and taking advantage of many walks Faversham now has to offer plus local attractions.

On our farm we also have cattle, ducks, chicken and a goat.

The village of Oare is 1 mile away which offers 2 pubs both of which provide lovely homemade food.

Faversham a Fairtrade Town and a Historic Market Town is 2 miles away. It has plenty of places to eat out, attractions to visit – Brogdale Fruit Collection and Shepherd Neame Brewery both of which provide tours. There are also Country Houses and Gardens to visit.

I provide bed linen and towels and electricity is inclusive. Open all year.

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Accommodation Location

Uplees Farm, Uplees Road, Oare, Faversham, Kent, ME13 OQR

Self Catering

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