Bore Place

Bore Place House is available for residential group meetings, weddings and social functions and holidays.
It is ideal for large groups of up to 23 people. There are 12 bedrooms which can be shared or single occupancy, one has a private W.C and shower room, other bedrooms share bathrooms, approximately 3 rooms to one bathroom.
There is a large and comfortable sitting room with an open fire, 3 further meeting/reception rooms and a large kitchen and dining room for guest’s use. The house is surrounded by beautiful gardens incorporating terraced areas, ponds, borders and beds, lawns and informally planted areas.
The Old Stable is a spacious, comfortable nineteenth century farmhouse-style building with access to a courtyard garden with seating areas. It is accessible to wheelchair users and has 11 bedrooms which can be used for single occupancy, or if sharing, up to 17 people. There are approximately 2 bathrooms between 5 bedrooms. There is a sitting room, dining room and fully equipped kitchen.
The Small Barn is a converted eighteenth century barn, ideal for individuals, couples, small groups/families. It provides spacious, comfortable accommodation for up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms with 2 shower rooms/WCs. It has a kitchenette and sitting area and there is a log burner with logs supplied. It is located approximately 75 yards away from Bore Place House with its own access via a peaceful courtyard.
Included in all accommodation: All linen including towels supplied. Seasonal produce such as organic fruit and veg from our market garden can be ordered and purchased from us – a list is provided. Outdoor seating areas and access to beautiful gardens and the larger estate for walks and picnics. Enjoy the woods, nature ponds and meadows on the farm trail.
Lots to do nearby! Explore the lovely Kent countryside on your doorstep, visit places of interest such as Tudor castles at Hever & Penshurst, day trip to London or the seaside to the south. Check our website!

We work towards sustainable solutions in farming, education and the environment. We welcome 1000s of visitors, of all ages and abilities throughout the year, some come to develop their own work and projects, others to take part in what we offer.

At Bore Place you can:

Stay at a beautiful historic venue with organic gardens and outdoor spaces for your meetings, teambuilding, weddings, social functions and holidays
Bring your school for curriculum linked day and overnight trips
Participate in health and education programmes for young people
Enjoy our events, courses and activities for all ages and abilities
See a working organic dairy farm and learn about organic farming
Learn about organic gardening and enjoy the fruit and vegetables grown by young people in our organic garden
See renewable energy installations in action and learn about low carbon living.  

Our workforce is diverse, local and includes opportunities for work life balance / flexibility in our employment policies. We provide opportunities for skills development and work experience through volunteering, apprenticeships and work placements. Our organic dairy farm has student placements each year. We welcome visitors from other, like minded organisations from this country and overseas to share and learn from each others’ experience.  

Low carbon at Bore Place: Since 2003 Bore Place has been committed to exploring and undertaking different measures to achieve a low carbon emissions site. We audit and monitor our progress and continue to seek ways to further reduce our carbon emissions. Our highlights: Data suggests we have achieved an approximate reduction of carbon emissions by 50%. This has largely been achieved through the installation of renewable energy installations:-
2010 Solar Thermal panels installed for heating and water
2011 Solar Photovoltaic panels installed for electricity generation
2012 Wind turbine installed for electricity
2015 Biomass energy used for onsite heating and water
The woodlands, ponds, hedges and small grassland areas at Bore Place are managed to improve their value to wildlife. This is part of a whole farm plan which allows farming and wildlife to co-exist within day to day farm management. The farm is organic, dairy and we have organic veg gardens on site as well. 

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Helen Jennings

Helen has studied at the Universities of Goldsmiths, Kent, Jyvaskyla (Finland) and The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø) where she obtained a MA in Indigenous Studies. She has travelled extensively and has lived and worked in Canada, Scandinavia, and South America. Helen is particularly interested in cultural, indigenous, and spiritual tourism, ideas behind sensible ‘regulation’ and is convinced of the value of ethical and sustainable tourism.

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