About Kuhestan Farm Cottages
All four units contain a fully furnished, double, queen size or two three-quarter beds, with its own en-suite bathroom including a heated towel rail. Serviced daily, each unit is tastefully furnished with easy chairs in front of a wood-burning fireplace and a fully equipped, quality kitchen.
The units are designed for couples who can be accommodated in an adjoining unit, which is connected through an inter-leading door. Complimentary provisions include home baked bread, homemade jams, muesli, eggs, milk, butter, tea, and coffee. All yours to enjoy for a self-catering breakfast.
Deposit and cancellation policy
· A 50% deposit is required to confirm booking.
· 50% refund for written cancellation thirty days before the commencement of the stay.
Please Note no children are accepted and that should guests arrive with children, we have the right to send them away and charge the full amount.
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