- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Sky TV
An immaculately-presented terraced cottage, superbly located within a short walk of Faversham's popular Royal Cinema, one of only a hundred in the country still in its original design. This Faversham cottage is also close to the indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the centre of this historic market town and would make a wonderful base for a family holiday. This cottage in Faversham offers visitors two attractive bedrooms on the first floor, both furnished with comfort and relaxation in mind. Set over two floors, this lovely cottage in Faversham offers plenty of space for everyone, with a light and airy sitting room for the family to relax in. The fitted kitchen has almost everything that a lover of cooking will desire, and with the dining room adjoining it, guests need never feel too far away from the action. Outside is a well-maintained garden where, due to the sunny position, alfresco dining is a must! The market town of Faversham is home to the oldest brewery in Britain, Shepherd Neame, which offers regular tours and would make for a wonderful day out. Guests to this lovely Faversham cottage can also enjoy taking a stroll along Abbey Street and gaze in wonder at the collection of medieval houses that line this road. To continue with the traditional feel of your day, why not take your seat in Faversham's Royal Cinema with its original appeal, before returning back to the welcome of this lovely Victorian cottage? A truly wonderful Faversham cottage, perfect for your family holiday.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Lower ground floor WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove.
Gas central heating with multi-fuel stove. Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Sky Sports, DVD, CD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Free roadside parking (permit provided by owner). Lawned enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Note: No children under 8.
Note: No children under 8.
About the location
Chilham 7 miles; Whitstable 9 miles; Canterbury 9 miles.
Faversham is a thriving market town in the heart of Kent. With many interesting places to see and things to do, this lovely town offers visitors the chance to explore, shop, cycle, walk, swim, fish, or dine out and also boasts the oldest brewery in Britain dating back to 1698. It was due to the brewery that "hop picking" became the family holiday for many families living in London, right up until the 1950s. During the summer, thousands of people would descend on the fields around Faversham, put up their tents and spend the days "hop picking", thus making this one of the best places to enjoy a pint or two! Faversham is proud of its history and the town is even named in the Domesday Book and with its cobbled streets and medieval houses, tiny quaint pubs and many listed buildings, this town enjoys remembering its fascinating history. For those looking to experience the outdoor life, Faversham has more than enough to keep you entertained, why not take a swim in one of the all-year-round swimming pools? In the summer, Faversham offers three outdoor pools with diving boards, a paddling pool and white water rapids, you can even pack a picnic and make a day of it, there is plenty of grass around the pools for picnics and for children to play on. Around Faversham there are numerous walks, just pick up a leaflet from the tourist office and make your choice. If you fancy an evening at the cinema then the Royal is just the place to visit. Dating back to 1936 it still offers visitors a traditional experience with usherettes to guide you to your seat and popcorn and ice cream served during the interval. If visitors are looking to discover further afield then Canterbury, Rochester and Whitstable are all just a short drive away. For those who want to explore even further afield then why not sail away on a ferry or travel on the Channel Tunnel, either way you can be in France or Belgium in time for lunch and back in time for tea! This is a wonderful area and well worth exploring.