This Windmill Airbnb In Kent Countryside Is Your Ultimate Romantic Getaway
Looking to go to England in the near future? Then you’ll want to consider staying at this scenic windmill that’s located in Benenden, a village situated in England’s district of Kent. The windmill is fully renovated and has three floors. It has one bedroom with a king-sized bed, a bathroom with a bathtub and a shower (with heated floors, might we add), a fully-equipped kitchen, a dining area with a dining table and a separate living room area with a comfy sofa and a TV.
The Airbnb will cost you and your travel buddy $110 a night per person. It’s a little more expensive than what we’d usually pay for a home away from home, but the unique nature and ideal location of this windmill make it worth the splurge. Outside of the windmill, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the rolling hills of beautiful Kent countryside.
You and your travel buddy will be able to enjoy the view from a private balcony that encircles the mill on the first floor. That balcony has tables and chairs for sunbathing and a BBQ grill that can be used upon request. You’ll also be in walking distance from Camber Sands, a sandy beach clad with beautiful sand dunes. If you’re a golfer, you’ll be happy to know that your windmill Airbnb is located in an area that’s rich with golf courses — there’s a full 18-hole golf course that’s just a five-minute walk from the property.
- One bedroom with one king-sized bed
- One bathroom with a shower and bathtub
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Indoor fireplace
- BBQ grill
- Free parking on premises
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
The closest international airport to your dream destination is Gatwick Airport, a major airport in southeast England. The airport is 36 miles or approximately 45 minutes (depending on how fast you’re driving) to the windmill Airbnb. From the airport, you can rent a car or take a taxi to your destination. The Airbnb’s hosts recommend renting a car since once you’re at the property, public transportation isn’t reliable and taxis need to be booked in advance.
So friends, when are we going?