This lovely end-terrace cottage is ideally situated for anyone wishing to stay in the heart of the historic city of Canterbury.
Set along a narrow road which opens onto a river and public gardens, this lovely Canterbury cottage is Grade II listed with some parts of the cottage dating back to the 16th century.
Set over three floors and with two attractive bedrooms, both decorated and furnished to the highest standard, this Canterbury cottage allows visitors the perfect place to recharge their batteries after a day spent exploring this amazing city.
The double bedroom benefits from an en-suite bathroom while the sitting room has plenty of space for families and friends to come together.
The fitted kitchen has a stable door overlooking the rear patio where visitors can enjoy alfresco dining as the sun goes down.
Guests could not be closer to all the activities and history of Canterbury.
The Westgate Towers are less than 300 yards away, as are shops, restaurants and wine bars.
The world famous cathedral is less than ten minutes' walk while the railway station is also less than a mile away, so guests can enjoy their holiday and Canterbury at its best without the use of a car!
Whitstable, famous for its oysters, is only 6 miles away with cobbled streets and quaint shops, as well as one of the many beaches that Kent has to offer.
After a day out exploring the sights and history of the area, you can enjoy dinner in one of the many restaurants in the city or take in a show at the theatre, before strolling back to the welcome that this Canterbury cottage has been offering visitors for over 400 years!
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV and en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x second floor single with basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and gas woodburner-effect fire.
About the location
Whitstable 6 miles; Herne Bay 9 miles.
Dominating the city skyline, the cathedral at Canterbury is the oldest in England, and along with the castle and quaint cobbled streets, draws visitors back time and again to its history, heritage and culture. Cosmopolitan restaurants, vibrant nightclubs and traditional pubs perch along the main streets or down narrow lanes, along with both high street shops and independent retailers. Travelling by foot is an excellent way of exploring the city, with walking trails and guided walks allowing visitors to discover winding streets and hidden corners, all with their own unique identity. By taking a boat trip along the River Stour, you can appreciate Canterbury's historic architecture and enjoy outstanding scenic views. From the frequent fairs and festivals to tempting food and drink events, Canterbury offers something for everyone throughout the year. For those wishing to enjoy the sea, Herne Bay and Whitstable are less than 8 miles away, while the attractions of inland Kent can also be easily reached.