Photo gallery

Front view of Thomas Paine's cottage

Looking across the living room

Browse the extensive Revolutionary War literature in the reading area of the living room

A log burner in the living room supplements the central heating in the winter time.

A spacious and well equipped kitchen with space for a large table to seat four.

Another view of the reading area.

A portrait of Thomas Paine who lived in in 1759 and married in the church opposite.

The front bedroom has a wonderful Victorian marble topped duchess dresser.

The second bedroom has a carved mahogany bed from c.1870

The taller house to the right of the cottage dates from around the year 1500

The principle river bridge in Sandwich

Fishergate was part of the original walled defense of Sandwich

Strand street with its timbered Tudor houses

There is a south facing sunny area for sitting out in.

Feedback from our guests just as they write it.

Further feedback from our 2014 guests.

Further feedback from our 2014 guests.

Comments from our guest book, see for yourself

Comments from our guest book, see for yourself