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4 Country View Park

Graveney near Seasalter, Kent (Ref. 1040406)



Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets No

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  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

Accuracy of the listing

17 Customer Reviews

  • "Very comfortable and relaxing property with beautiful views."

    Good for exploring Kent. Recommend visiting Foodhall near Faversham. Would suggest village pub more for locals

    Reviewed by JoyMay 2022

  • "A very well equipped, clean and comfortable lodge in a quiet rural location but with easy access to a wide range of places of interest such as Canterbury, Whitstable , Faversham, etc."

    Excellent communications from the owners and an extensive and high-quality welcome pack added to the enjoyment of the stay. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by KeithMar 2022

  • "The lodge provided excellent accommodation."

    Very well decorated and cleanliness was of a high standard. A most generous welcome pack was provided making a very personal touch to our stay thanks to the owners. The lodge is situated in very peaceful surroundings making it a perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of life. We would certainly return to the property again.

    Reviewed by MargaretMar 2022

  • "The property was comfortable and extremely well presented and great to use a base for exploring the area."

    Reviewed by PatMar 2022

  • "We found this a very comfortable and clean lodge."

    Perfect location to explore kent, the hosts went the extra mile to make our stay more comfortable including a very nice welcome pack , and good communication . Will visit again and definately recommend.

    Reviewed by JohnDec 2021

  • "A lovely place with very nice owners."

    It is very well appointed and spotlessly clean. The welcome pack was really outstanding The view from the balcony is lovely with tremendous sunsets. It is in a lovely area with lots of places to visit. All in all I would give it 6 stars out of 5.

    Reviewed by KelvinOct 2021

  • "What an absolutely outstanding property well equipped with high quality ..."

    What an absolutely outstanding property well equipped with high quality equipment ,very peaceful great welcome pack great info from Dave & Bridget including good info on Margate parking loved every minute bonus we had scorching weather

    Reviewed by PaulSep 2021

  • "The Lodge was in a lovely location a real home from home and had everything and more, supplied a delicious welcome pack of necessities and treats."

    Even left me a lovely bouquet of flowers for my birthday. Would highly recomend.

    Reviewed by DeborahAug 2021

  • "We had such a lovely time, the place & location was perfect for us :-)"

    Reviewed by KarenAug 2021

  • "Wonderful lodge, very peaceful and the views are great."

    This was definitely home from home, everything you would want and more.

    Reviewed by JeanAug 2021

  • "The communication from the hosts was excellent both before and during our holiday."

    The lodge had everything we needed and lots of great little touches. Great location for visiting Kent.

    Reviewed by JoJul 2021

  • "This is a lovely lodge."

    We loved how welcoming the host was. He contacted us before arriving to let us know the key collection details and to ask if we had any dietary requirements for the welcome pack of scones and, cream and milk. Truly above and beyond. It was lovely and quiet with beautiful views. A short drive to the coast and a great farm shop. Lots of things to visit locally, we enjoyed a trip to Rochester which is less than an hour away. The property is small but very comfortable and more than met our needs.

    Reviewed by JacquelineJul 2021

  • "Perfect place for two oldies"

    Reviewed by RobinJun 2021

  • "What a wonderful lodge, the setting is tranquil and the lodge was extremely well presented."

    The welcome pack was amazing and extremely generous. We all had a wonderful relaxing break.

    Reviewed by DavidMay 2021

  • "This accommodation is really exceptional."

    Not very good, but very very very good. The welcome pack and other things provided are really outstanding. This is well into the top 3 Sykes places I have ever been to. I would recommend it to anyone. The owners are very friendly and very helpful. An extra bonus is the sunsets you get just sitting on the front veranda.

    Reviewed by KelvinApr 2021

  • "This cottage was amazing."

    We loved our stay. The hosts were attentive when (rarely) needed, and left lovely treats for us on arrival. We would recommend this as a lovely getaway to all: peace and quiet, luxury and the opportunity to get away from busy lives (And Tesco deliver!) Thank you for a lovely fortnight Tom and Adam

    Reviewed by ThomasOct 2020

  • "This is a very comfortable Lodge and everything is top quality."

    There were some lovely touches added which made this so comfortable in the week we stayed in October 2020. I would recommend without hesitation to friends and family as it is also an ideal location for travelling around Kent.

    Reviewed by GillianOct 2020

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  • All-ground-floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double
  • Bathroom with bath, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room with electric fire
  • central heating with electric fire
  • Electric oven and gas hob, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine with a selection of coffee pods, TV with Bose sound system and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking available for two cars
  • Sorry, no children, pets or smoking
  • Shop 2.8 miles; pub 0.9 miles
  • Note: There are three external steps leading up to the property, please be cautious
  • Note: No BBQ's allowed at the lodge or on-site
  • Note: Owner will not accept any bookings with children regardless of age
  • Sorry for any inconvenience

The property

Seasalter 3.1 miles.

Set in the rural village of Graveney, 4 Country View Park offers the perfect base for a countryside retreat to the luscious green county of Kent.

Ideally situated within reaching distance of both the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the vibrant seaside town of Whitstable, this pretty ground-floor lodge is perfectly suited to a couple or a group of four.

Keep warm from the heat of the classic electric fire as you settle into the stylish Laura Ashley sofas, turning on the flat-screen TV and impressive Bose sound system that rests within the cheerful yellow sitting room.

Rustle up a hearty lunchtime snack in the charming kitchen, kitted out with all of the essentials for a stress-free self-catering stay, such as a sleek electric oven and a handy dishwasher, so there's no need to argue over who'll be doing the dishes.

Take a seat at the sociable dining table and wash down your delicious meal with a hot cup of coffee from the lovely coffee maker, or spend your afternoons basking in the sunshine out on the decking, before delighting in diner alfresco with a perfectly chilled bottle of champagne, all whilst admiring the incredible views of the rolling English countryside.

Discover two delightfully decorated double bedrooms to the back of the lodge, one benefiting from an airy en-suite shower room, whilst the other boasts an abundance of storage space.

Indulge in a relaxing soak in the family bathroom or enjoy a refreshing rinse under the shower, before getting ready for a fun-filled day of adventure.

Head to the nearby town of Whitstable and wander along the buzzing local crafts market, before heading down to the Tankerton Beach to see the colourful beach huts that line the soft white sands.

Treat yourself to an evening of wining and dining at one of the popular seafood restaurants in the area or stop by the local fish market for some fresh ingredients ahead of a quiet night indoors.

Travel deep into the Kent Downs and uncover breath-taking vistas and miles of unspoiled lands, or head into the historical city of Canterbury for a tour of the grand Canterbury Cathedral and a tour of the imposing ruins of St Augustine's Abbey.

Experience an animal encounter like never before at Joe's Bows Falconry, before heading off to the enchanting Druidstone Park for a walk through the wonderous woodland.

For an unforgettable holiday to Kent, stay at 4 Country View Park.

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About the location


Whitstable 2 miles; Herne Bay 6 miles; Canterbury 5 miles; Faversham 5 miles; Westgate-on-Sea 10 miles.

Seasalter is a pretty village located by the sea on the north coast of Kent, between the towns of Whitstable and Faversham. The beach at Seasalter is mainly shingle and sand and therefore quieter than the more sandy bays at Westgate-on-Sea which is just along the coast. Seasalter Sailing Club, which has a clubhouse on Faversham Road, hosts catamaran boats which race on the River Swale Estuary, and there is also a private Water Ski Club with launch ramp. The Sportsman is a very popular pub and restaurant, earning a Michelin-star in 2008, so if you are celebrating a special event while visiting Seasalter this offers a mouthwatering menu, just make sure to book in advance. Public transport is very well covered in this village with regular buses to Canterbury, Whitstable and Faversham, each place offering visitors a day full of interest. Canterbury is ideal for a day exploring historic houses, taking walks or boat trips along the river, visiting a museum or two, a theatre evening or just enjoying a browse around the shops. A little less well known is that in Canterbury The Spitfire Ground is home to Kent County Cricket Club, and as well as cricket hosts other events during the year, so if a day of "leather on willow" is just for you or maybe a music event is more your scene, look to see what is on during your stay. Whitstable is a quaint coastal town, with cobbled streets, quirky shops and a well -visited fishing harbour where you can buy fish straight off of the boats, and if you want something to wash it down with, then take a trip to Faversham where you can take a guided tour around Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewery dating back to 1698 and select a bottle to take home. After all the tours and sampling you may feel a day of walks and beachcombing could be just what you need, so pack a picnic and with a beach towel and a hat to shield the sun, make for the beach at Seasalter and enjoy the sound of the waves and the scent of the sea!

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