Pantry & Boot Room
The pantry can be accessed through the breakfast room. A light, white-coloured room, supplementary kitchen equipment is kept here. Traditional still life oil-paintings in lavish shades of red and green bring a touch of vibrancy to the otherwise neutrally-furnished pantry. A large white glass cabinet and further storage areas line the walls: in fact, the pantry is equipped for catering for 24 people for an evening dinner party or casual supper; there is enough crockery and glassware to cater for a four-course meal.
There is a tall wine fridge for the storage of beverages; wines from the house’s wine list that are stored in the wine cellar can then be enjoyed at their optimum temperature of an afternoon or evening, whether inside the grand mansion, or on a summer’s afternoon, on the east-facing terrace or even in the walled garden, to which the guests have exclusive access on a Saturday. A glass-washer can be found in the pantry, in keeping with the large array of glassware that is available. There is also an extensive wine bottle rack storage area. Perfect for a morning coffee to begin your day in the Kentish countryside, a state-of-the-art Jura coffee machine is kept in the Pantry for use of the house’s inhabitants, alongside numerous carafes and a glass drink dispenser. Two wooden high chairs are also kept here should they be needed for use by the guests. There is also an additional sink in this room.
The boot room can also be reached from the breakfast room or from outside the house. This room is one that provides wheelchair access to the house. The door to the WC also has wheelchair access. In the Boot Room can be found a fridge, a freezer, an additional sink, as well as necessary commodities such as a washing machine and tumble drier.
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