Situated at the centre of an old Kentish village just 2 miles from the historic city of Canterbury, Kath's Cottage is the perfect base from which to explore this fascinating corner of the country. Wander through 2000 years of history in Canterbury or visit wonderful old seaside towns like Whitstable, Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Sandwich; pop across to Paris for lunch by Eurostar from Ashford or up to London for dinner and a show. Or just take a walk from the cottage, through apple orchards and into one of the largest area of ancient broadleaved woodland in Southern England and home to a wide variety of wildlife, including Nightjars, Nightingales, Woodpeckers and Woodcocks. And on the way home, call in at the Golden Lion Pub just 100 yards from Kath's Cottage for a delicious meal washed down with a pint of Shepherd Neame Kentish ale.
Kath's Cottage is a modern cottage style property which has been furnished and equipped to provide the very highest standards of comfort and convenience at all seasons of the year for up to 4 guests. The cottage has full gas central heating and. accommodation as follows:
Bedroom 1 - with double bed
Bedroom 2 - with twin beds
Outside – private garden to the front and rear plus garage and parking space.
Beds in both bedrooms are superbly comfortable and built-in wardrobes in each room provide ample space for hanging clothes.The lounge is also furnished for maximum comfort.
The modern fitted kitchen has everything you could need for a stress-free holiday, including integrated refridgerator, freezer, eye level double oven and gas hob plus microwave oven and dishwasher. And if you get an irresistible urge to wash and iron while you are on holiday you will be delighted to find the washer/dryer plus the iron and ironing board.
The light and airy bathroom is equipped with a modern bath with shower over. All towels are provided as also is a hair dryer.
For news and entertainment there is a large flat-screen TV, a DVD player, Ipod dock and free wireless broadband. And for those who prefer cycling to walking there are two mountain bikes which visitors are free to use.
Visitor book comments are enthusiastically positive - both for the quality and comfort of the cottage itself and the convenience of its location for visiting Canterbury, the Kentish seaside resorts and the many other attractions in the region.