How To Find Us

How To Find Us2017-07-15T11:35:38+00:00

Dadmans is located just south of the village of Lynsted, just under two miles from the A2 in Teynham via Lynsted Lane. Our map of Kent shows how central we are.

From the A2 in the centre of Teynham at The George Inn, turn into Lynsted Lane and proceed for exactly 2 miles through Lynsted passing the pub and church, leaving the village and Dadmans is found on the right hand side.

From the A20, at Lenham, take the road signposted for Doddington Place Gardens and in the village of Doddington turn left in front of the Chequers pub and follow the road over the motorway and continue on that road past a telephone box. Continue on round the corner, down the hill and past a sign for Colyers Farm. Keep going and enter our property through a white gate opposite a house called “Judges”. Dadmans is on the left hand side about 1.7 miles after the Chequers pub.

To plan your journey on-line, we recommend entering our postcode, ME9 0JJ, into The AA Route Planner.

Warning: Several houses share our postcode so please be aware of the location of Dadmans which is on the WEST side of the lane and opposite a house called “Judges”, not up the lane to Colyers Farm.

Alternative online maps give an accurate location as follows:

Paste these decimal co-ordinates – 51.30337,0.784729 – into Google Map;
or click on this link – – and use zoom controls to suit your needs.

For those with satellite or GPS systems:

Ordnance Survey: TQ940596
Northings & Eastings: 51o 18’ 12” – 0o 47’ 05”
Detailed maps are available from us by e-mail.

If we are unable to accommodate you, we can recommend a visit to Alistair Sawdays “Special Places to Stay” web site for alternatives.

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Reviewed 24 October 2016

We loved it all: such lovely warm and helpful hosts, the beautiful house, the decor, the amazing home cooked food, the perfect comfy beds and fabulous bed linen, White Company toiletries in the gorgeous bathroom, and of course Sammy the wonder dog (very pleased host Philip asked if we minded Sammy coming out to say hello as I am not usually a dog lover, but Sammy was a lovely soft gentleman who smelt of roses and he didn’t once impose) Such a treat to stay at Dadmans and we were sad to leave. Thank you Philip and Amanda. We will be back!