This immaculately-presented, semi-detached cottage boasts stunning views and is located on the border of the Downland villages of Godmersham and Crundale, 8 miles from Ashford and Canterbury.
Beautifully converted from a farm building, this cottage offers stylishly decorated accommodation, mainly over the ground floor, with an additional mezzanine level with study, and is an ideal base for a romantic break amidst rural surroundings.
This holiday cottage boasts a dual-aspect king-size bedroom with beautiful solid wood wardrobes, along with a bathroom and a modern, well-equipped galley kitchen.
The stylish, contemporary sitting room in your cottage offers a dining area, comfortable sofas and a warming woodburning stove in a large inglenook fireplace, giving the room a cosy and welcoming feel, while French doors take you onto a south-facing patio enclosed by bamboo and shrubs, an ideal place to relax on a warm evening.
The pub in Crundale is just under two miles along a quiet country lane and there are shops, pubs and restaurants in the village of Wye just two miles from the cottage.
Crundale is quiet, making it very appealing if you are looking for a tranquil stay in a Kent cottage where you can enjoy the beauty of Crundale and the adjoining Wye Downs.
You are, however, only a short drive from the historic, cathedral city of Canterbury where you can take in impressive architecture, welcoming pubs and restaurants and good shopping, or enjoy a boat trip along the River Stour.
After a day exploring this wonderful part of the country, return to your welcoming cottage and relax in style.
About the location
Ashford 8 miles; Canterbury 8 miles.
Crundale is located in the heart of the Kent countryside, in the North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It consists mainly of farmland, woods and rural dwellings offering wonderful walking and cycling routes and stunning views. For visitors looking for a place to relax and unwind, this part of Kent is one area you can explore in peace and tranquillity and experience being at one with nature. Canterbury is only 8 miles away with all that this historic city has to offer; from its cathedral to its riverside walks, Canterbury is a place of learning and history but still boasts restaurants, pubs and shops that will please the most discerning of visitors. Ashford, with its busy city centre and international railway station, is less than 8 miles away, where you can shop 'til you drop, take a train to the Continent or be in London in well under an hour - the choice is yours!