Holiday Cottage in Eastling, Kent
from £247 pwSleeps 4
This 17th century chocolate box pretty Kent holiday cottage with charming cottage gardens nestles in a pretty English village in the heart of rural Kentish Countryside surrounded by open fields. This romantic Kent cottage has roses around the windows, a cosy wood burning stove and a lovely garden all within a short walk of the village pub. If you are looking for something special and very English with lots to see and do look no further than this delightful, romantic cottage!
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Traditional brick path leads up to the front door, through a pretty front garden and then into the entry hall.
Sitting room, with two sofas seating 4, original old fireplace, flatscreen TV and DVD
Dining room, exposed brick inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. Dining table and chairs, comfortably seating four.
Kitchen, with exposed brick walls: fridge/freezer, electric oven, gas hob, washing machine and microwave.
Bathroom, bath with shower attachment
A very small winding staircase with rope bannisters leads up to the first floor: (staircase not suitable for young children or toddlers and tall ones may bump their heads!)
Double room (sleeps 2) 4'6" double bed
Twin room (sleeps 2) two single beds
In the cottage gardens there is a teak table and chairs for four guests with a breakfast table also for two. BBQ.
There is also a very small pond in the garden so children should be supervised.
Parking for one car off road and easy on street parking.
This self catering Kent holiday cottage is nestled in the picturesque village of Eastling which is a secluded village a few miles outside of Faversham in Kent, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Eastling is a typical English Kent village complete with church and village pub which is the heart of the village community.
This holiday cottage is situated in an area of Kent that offers so much for the holidaymaker to do outside of their holiday cottage. The location of the English holiday cottage in Kent will appeal to those wanting a quiet retreat and to just walk and explore the local area of Faversham in Kent, taking in rural life and experiencing what all Kentish countryside must have once been like. It is also perfect for those who want to use this Kent holiday cottage for a base to visit all the many tourist attractions that are easily accessible in and around different areas of Kent.
For garden enthusiasts and a day out from this luxury holiday cottage in Faversham, Kent, there are the wonderful gardens of Belmont House, Mount Ephraim, Doddington Place and Goodnestone Park Gardens all within a short drive from this holiday cottage. The famous Leeds Castle in Kent is also well worth a visit as it is one of the most beautiful castles in England. For the more adventurous types staying at this holiday cottage in Kent there is the new 'Go Ape' high wire adventure which has recently opened at Leeds Castle, a real favourite for older children and sporty adults; and an ideal location for a day out in Kent! There is a small golf course at Belmont which is a short drive away from this luxury holiday cottage in Faversham, Kent.
This English holiday cottage is situated in Faversham which is a traditional Kentish market town. It is the home of the National Fruit collection at Brogdale and guided tours can show you the 150 acres of beautiful orchards in the Kent countryside. Faversham is also the home to Britain's oldest brewery, Shepherd Neame, where you can see the traditional beer-making process and sample the beers during your stay at this holiday cottage in Kent!
Historically Faversham, in Kent, has much to offer and you can learn more about Kent's history during your stay in this self catering holiday cottage. Masion Dieu is a picturesque 13th century mini-monastery which provided overnight accommodation for Canterbury pilgrims and royalty on their way to and from the continent. It is now a museum with fine Roman finds on display which you can go visit whilst you're staying in this luxury holiday cottage in Kent.
Canterbury, one of Kent's most famous towns, with the famous Canterbury Cathedral is about a half hour drive away from this luxury Kent holiday cottage, and many hours can be spent discovering this medieval Kent city with its winding cobbled streets and historic buildings. It also offers a wonderful shopping experience with the new Whitefriars shopping centre recently opened for you to enjoy during your stay at this Kent holiday cottage.
We must not forget to mention the Kent coastline which has some fantastic beaches at Whitstable and Herne Bay and is well worth a visit during your stay in this holiday cottage in Faversham, Kent. As well as this, the Historic Dockyard at Chatham is worth a visit, it is a unique award-winning maritime heritage attraction.
For the first weekend in September there is the famous Faversham Hop Festival that may interest you while you stay in this luxury holiday cottage in Faversham, Kent. The first Bank Holiday Monday in May is also the date of the Eastling Bluebell walk, whereby you can walk around different areas of Kent.
For more ideas please visit our 'things to do' section on the website.
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