Step back in time with a stay in this charming historic holiday home, located within the historic walls of the lovely, medieval City of Canterbury. Every luxury has been considered for a truly wonderful holiday or City break.
Sitting/dining room: sofas and armchair, TV and DVD player, DVDs and games, gas fire, dining table and 8 chairs. Door to the courtyard garden.
Kitchen: electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, wine cooler, microwave
Bedroom Two: (sleeps 2), KingSize bed, built in wardrobe, chest of drawers, dressing table, tea tray, luggage rack
Bedroom Three: (sleeps 2), Twin beds (can be made up as a Super King bed on request at time of booking), wardrobe, chest of drawers, TV, tea tray, luggage rack
Bathroom: with bath and overhead shower, WC and basin
Landing: bookcase with a selection of books
Master Bedroom: (sleeps 2 + 1) King Size bed, built in wardrobe, chest of drawers, 2 accent chairs, tea tray, luggage rack plus an optional Z-bed for one extra guest (on request)
Bedroom Four: (sleeps 2), Single bed, window seat, built in wardrobe and drawers
Shower room: with shower cubicle, WC and basin
Fully enclosed courtyard garden with bench seating, dining table and chairs
Utility cupboard with washing machine and tumble dryer and extra garden furniture
Built in the 1640’s, under the reign of Charles I, this delightful property was a former merchants house and later a public house.
Now it has been transformed into a traditional and comfortable holiday home. Set over three floors, the house has a sociable open plan sitting/dining room, modern kitchen and four bedrooms and two bathrooms over the first and second floor. The three double bedrooms are of luxury hotel standard with quality beds, mattresses, bed linen and they even have tea and coffee making facilities and luggage racks. The fourth bedroom is a cosy single room with pretty window seat looking over the historic cottages in this conservation area of the City. A folding single bed offers accommodation for an eighth guest.
Outside is a fully enclosed courtyard garden with bench seating and garden dining set, so perfect for alfresco meals or drinks, or just enjoying some quiet time in between sightseeing.
Canterbury is a magical place to visit, not least because of the medieval Cathedral and many other historic buildings and museums. A few other highlights are the Marlowe Theatre, the Curzon Cinema, the Beaney Art Gallery and of course the wealth of choices of restaurants and shops.