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Eggpie B&B at Pond Cottage
Ranked #2 of 12 Sevenoaks B&B and Inns
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Norwich, England, United Kingdom
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5 reviews
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Reviewed July 14, 2013

just returned from much needed break at Pond Cottage, the hosts Graham and Mandy Webb were excellent in every way. Nothing was to much trouble, on arrival tea and homemade cake was most welcome in the tranquil and quiet garden over looking a large pond with ducks and beautiful views. The room we stayed in was the Orr Ewing room which was large clean with a fab old brass bed, and separate bathroom with power shower!!!! Mornings were started of with a Kent breakfast what ever you wanted cereals home made scones fruit tea coffee fruit juice and do try the honey with ginger yumm!! Graham and Mandy provided directions to locations which were most helpful, as it is an excellent location for exploring Kent and Sussex. Thank you and not forgetting Molly the dog x

Room Tip: we would say all rooms would be lovely
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  • Stayed July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Selsey, United Kingdom
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Reviewed July 2, 2013

We needed to stay near Sevenoaks for the night, as a close friend was performing in a show at the theatre there. Eggpie sounded nice and was in the Sevenoaks Weald just out of town. The owner, Graham Webb, had alerted me that my satnav wouldn't quite get us there. So when it told me that we had arrived, and we were actually outside a semi-derelict house in Eggpie Lane I kept calm. I phoned him, and he directed us a further couple of hundred yards, met us in the lane and directed us in to the drive of the property of ones dreams. The house is set in beautiful gardens with a lake, and is itself a large,"chocolate box" cottage built I would guess in the 16th/17th century, In the ancient-timbered living room on entry a table was laid with a welcoming pot of tea and home-made cake, and there we met Mandy Webb, our charming hostess. We were shown upstairs to the."We needed to stay near Sevenoaks for the night, as a close friend was performing in a show at the theatre there. Eggpie sounded nice and was in the Sevenoaks Weald just out of town. The owner, Graham Webb, had alerted me that my satnav wouldn't quite get us there. So when it told me that we had arrived, and we were outside a semi-derelict house in Eggpie Lane, I phoned him, and he directed us a further couple of hundred yards, met us in the lane and directed us in to the drive of the property of ones dreams. The house is set in beautiful gardens with a lake, and is itself a chocolate-box, large cottage built I would guess in the 16th/17th century, In the ancient-timbered living room on entry a table was laid with a welcoming pot of tea and home-made cakes, and there we met our charming hostess, Mandy Webb. We were shown upstairs to the lovely, large "Orr-Ewing room". -(That aristocratic family had lived there and indeed two of the present members were born in that room). The room has lovely views, is beautifully furnished and has the luxury of its own washbasin, to complement what was in the very modern bathroom. (The shower there is particularly good, as the screen on the bath can fold inwards, giving access to the controls from outside.)
On the bookcase was a hardback book which on browsing turned out to be the fascinating biography of our host, Graham Webb. On the wall are the lyrics of a song by their daughters, the Webb Sisters, the songwriters and backing group to Leonard Cohen. I won't say more about the family. Come to Eggpie and chat with them yourselves!
We had a meal in Sevenoaks- Mandy insisting on leading us on the tricky early part of the journey.- enjoyed our friend's anarchic comedy at the theatre, and went back to Eggpie for a comfortable night's sleep. Next morning we were offered a "Kent breakfast", Mandy being prepared to serve almost anything. We settled just for porridge ( with raspberries), toast with interesting preserves and excellent tea and coffee before we went on our way leaving the Webbs to prepare the room for the next guest - a bishop.
All in all an idyllic stay in what a B+B should be

  • Stayed June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Zurich, Switzerland
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Reviewed June 14, 2013

Wonderfull Location, a garden that's just faboulous, the Webb family: Lovely!
It's pretty hard to find since the road signs leading you are all overgrown or weather-worn... but once you're there you realize it worth the searching. We staid at the B&B as a band and you woulden't believe it: The cottage has also a rehearshal room... PERFECT! I usually don't eat much for breakfast but I just coulden't resist eating tonns because the VERY ENGLISH BREAKFAST was stunning GOOD! Made with much love and kindness. Over all it is THE B&B!
Thnk you so much for the great time we shared.

  • Stayed June 2013, traveled on business
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Gillingham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed May 20, 2013

Kent at its finest. In training for the Tour de Kent,Eggpie was the perfect location for us over our anniversary weekend.Beautiful house,stunning scenery,good company(great stories) and delicious food coupled with some of the best cycling hills in Kent, sent us home tired but very happy.Thanks again Graham and Mandy.

  • Stayed May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Ringwood, United Kingdom
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Reviewed May 15, 2013

Checking in at the Eggpie was warm and welcoming; a slice (or two) of homemade cake and a cup of tea before being shown to the superb Orr-Ewing room. Views of the lush English garden out of the windows, a poster of Leonard Cohen on the wall and big white fluffy towels.
I slept like a log (silence reigned).
Breakfast was world-class accompanied by the angelic voices of the Webb Sisters on a CD in the background. I had work (near Maidstone) to do but did not want to leave this oasis of calm.
To steal the words of a 1960s pop song.... "If paradise is half as nice......."
The Eggpie is sheer magic!

Room Tip: Arrive, park, enter and relax.... that's all!
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  • Stayed May 2013, traveled on business
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed March 31, 2013

Egg pie B&B is quite simply the best we have ever stayed in. The accommodation in a listed Tudor house, is delightful and our room comfortable, well appointed and just like being at home. In addition to the room, the welcome from Graham and Amanda would be hard to beat. You felt more like old friends than paying guests as we spent so much time laughing together. They are a very interesting couple who do this just for fun.
The breakfast was like being given an enormous menu so you could choose whatever you liked and nothing was too much trouble for our hosts. The ingredients were all sourced from Kent or home made - bread; marmalade; fruit compote; music (their children are successful musicians), etc. We were sad to leave after our three night stay, but could not recommend Eggpie more highly.

Room Tip: We had the Orr-Ewing room but all would be quiet and comfortable.
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  • Stayed March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Antwerp, Belgium
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Reviewed February 9, 2013

Eggpie B&B is right in the middle of the countryside in Kent on a small road, with a private pond. We, 2 parents with a girl of 7, were cordially received in this ancient house. We were treated right away with tea and homemade biscuits. The landlord, Graham, told us a lot of stories about the cottage and the local neighbourhood.
He also reserved a table for us in a local pub, the Windmill, where the food and ambiance was great.
When we woke up the next morning, after a very good night sleep, we could already smell the fresh tea, bread and eggs & bacon. When we came downstairs, we saw that all food was delivered by local suppliers. Graham and Amanda played marvelleous music in the background. We found out that Eggpie Cottage is the ancestral home of the famous Webb sisters. Graham invited us to take a look in the music studio. Our little girl could even try the harp of the Webb daughters.
After this surprise, we drove a few minutes to the train station and after half an hour we stood on Trafalgar Square. We had a super day in London !
Eggpie B&B was for us the perfect location to visit Kent and London.

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled with family
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Property: Eggpie B&B at Pond Cottage
Address: Eggpie Cottage Egg Pie Lane | Sevenoaks Weald, Sevenoaks TN14 6NP, England
Location: United Kingdom > England > Kent > Sevenoaks District > Sevenoaks
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beverage Selection Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Ranked #2 of 12 B&Bs / Inns in Sevenoaks
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Historic country cottage B&B near Sevenoaks and Tonbridge, in the delightful Garden of England with Inglenook Fireplace and Oak Beams, offering you the best hospitality with a relaxed atmosphere and a location from which to enjoy the tranquility and castles of the Garden of England. Fantastic Kentish breakfasts served - locally produced food from a Taste of Kent and home made bread, marmalade and jam. 37 minutes from London by train and 1 hour to Channel Tunnel. ... more   less 

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