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From cobnuts to Canterbury Cathedral, Kent is an area full of history and heritage and a wonderful place to stay. Originally known as the 'Garden of England' because of it's orchards and hop fields, it also has some great beaches, the white cliffs of Dover and oddly Leeds Castle, nowhere near Leeds.

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132 Pebble Beach 6

Kingsdown, Kent, South of England

132 Pebble Beach From £288 Availability

Pebble Beach 132 is a forest lodge situated in the village of Kingsdown in Kent. Hosting three bedrooms; a double, children's bunks, and a twin, along with a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to six people. Inside you will also find a cloakroom, kitchen and an open plan sitting and dining area. To the outside is off road parking and a decked area to the front with furniture. Resting in a charming location with lovely scenery, Pebble Beach 132 is a cosy getaway in a wonderful part of England.

70 Kingsdown Park 6

Deal, Kent, South of England

70 Kingsdown Park From £295 Availability

******************IMPROVEMENTS****************** ******15% discount on all Xmas/New Year bookings****** Installation of new kitchen, bathroom, underfloor heating, new table 6 chairs. This property has a nautical theme when you enter the front door into the living/dining room, large table to seat 6 persons, 3&2 seater sofas, flatscreen TV, chest of drawers, chest full of kids toys. The rest of the ground level consists of Kitchen that has 4 burner cooker/oven, fridge, microwave, pots, pans, utensils, etc. 3rd bedroom with bunk beds, toilet shower/bath sink. Upstairs there is the 2nd bedroom with 2 single beds, the master bedroom has large double bed with storage cupboard.

Anise Lodge 2

Staplehurst, Kent, South of England

Anise Lodge From £257 Availability

These five lodges - Basil, Thyme, Rosemary, Fennel and Anise were originally retreats for an ancient Order of Nuns and are now delightful holiday homes located in superb peace and tranquility in park-like grounds with fruit trees, shrubs and ornamental trees in the grounds of a lovely Oast house (formerly the Library for the Order). During the relevant seasons, apples, rhubarb and gooseberries are all available for guests to enjoy. Guests are also welcome to walk and explore the owner's ten acres of paddocks and fields. This is an ideal area for walkers with a wealth of footpaths and walkways, yet within easy access of Staplehurst and for visiting the many beautiful gardens, castles, historic houses and National Trust properties in the region. There is a railway station at Staplehurst with regular services to London. The lodges can be booked individually to sleep between two - four people in each, or together to sleep a total of eleven. Shop: 1.5 miles Pub: 1.5 miles Coast: 26 miles
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Ground Floor:
Sitting Room/Dining/Kitchen
 is a lovely spacious open plan design with patio doors leading out to your private decking with panoramic country views over the paddock - Edward, the horse is very friendly too! There is a comfortable sofa, a flat screen TV/DVD/Freeview and dining table with two chairs. The Kitchen Area has a two ring electric hob with extractor hood, a combination microwave oven/grill, a fridge with freezer compartment, a washing machine and lots of cupboard space
Bedroom has a double bed, bedside cabinets and a wardrobe. The Ensuite Shower Room has a large double shower, washbasin, shaver socket and w.c
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Garden: Private decked area with garden furniture plus spacious grounds.
Parking: Private gated parking within the grounds.
Heating: Electric panel heaters. Exceptionally well insulated and warm.
Also Provided: A telephone is available on request.


 

Appledore 6

Canterbury, Kent, South of England

Appledore From £209 Availability

Luxurious and contemporary lodge with one double with a stylish ensuite shower and two well-sized twins. Spacious bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Modern well equipped open plan living/kitchen area. Patio doors leading to spacious decking. Ideal for a break with family or friends.. Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside attractions just 15 minutes away, this relaxing getaway is a fantastic base to discover the delights of the South East and within the Channel Tunnel just 20 miles away Europe is within easy reach.

With an array of home from home comforts, the luxury lodges feature contemporary styled interiors, soft bedding and spacious rooms, all set within the peaceful countryside setting of the retreat.

For trips out, why not visit the World Heritage Site of Canterbury Cathedral, discover the ruins of the Norman Canterbury Castle and St Augustine’s Abbey, jump aboard an historic steam train, explore the beautiful coastlines of Whitstable and Herne Bay, or indulge in a spot of shopping followed by a relaxing boat tour along the River Stour that meanders through Canterbury.. Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside attractions just 15 minutes away, this relaxing getaway is a fantastic base to discover the delights of the South East and within the Channel Tunnel just 20 miles away Europe is within easy reach.

With an array of home from home comforts, the luxury lodges feature contemporary styled interiors, soft bedding and spacious rooms, all set within the peaceful countryside setting of the retreat.

For trips out, why not visit the World Heritage Site of Canterbury Cathedral, discover the ruins of the Norman Canterbury Castle and St Augustine’s Abbey, jump aboard an historic steam train, explore the beautiful coastlines of Whitstable and Herne Bay, or indulge in a spot of shopping followed by a relaxing boat tour along the River Stour that meanders through Canterbury.

Basil Lodge 2

Staplehurst, Kent, South of England

Basil Lodge From £254 Availability

These five lodges - Basil, Thyme, Rosemary, Fennel and Anise were originally retreats for an ancient Order of Nuns and are now delightful holiday homes located in superb peace and tranquility in park-like grounds with fruit trees, shrubs and ornamental trees in the grounds of a lovely Oast house. During the relevant seasons, apples, rhubarb and gooseberries are all available for guests to enjoy. Guests are also welcome to walk and explore the owner's ten acres of paddocks and fields. This is an ideal area for walkers with a wealth of footpaths and walkways, yet within easy access of Staplehurst and for visiting the many beautiful gardens, castles, historic houses and National Trust properties in the region. There is a railway station at Staplehurst with regular services to London. The lodges can be booked individually to sleep between two - four people in each, or together to sleep a total of thirteen. Shop: 1.5 miles Pub: 1.5 miles Coast: 26 miles
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Ground Floor:
Sitting Area open plan with comfortable sofa, TV, Freeview, DVD, dining table with chairs
Kitchen Area with two ring electric hob, combination microwave oven/grill, convection oven, fridge with freezer compartment and washing machine
Bedroom with a double bed
Shower Room with a corner shower, washbasin and w.c
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Garden: Spacious grounds with garden tables and chairs, ample space to sit and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
Parking: Private gated parking within the grounds.
Heating: Electric storage heaters.
Also Provided: WiFi.
Notes: If required, the owner offers use of their own washer/dryer, which is in the laundry room of their adjacent farmhouse. A security deposit of £50 is payable on arrival at the property.

Beachmaster 6

Kingsdown, Kent, South of England

Beachmaster From £311 Availability

Beachmaster 33 Kingsdown Park is a delightful, semi-detached Scandinavian-style lodge on Kingsdown Park in Kent. With a family bathroom and a double bedroom on the ground floor, plus two twin bedrooms and a cloakroom on the first floor, this cottage can sleep six people. The rest of the lodge is made up of an open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area. To the outside of the lodge there is a decked area with furniture and sea views, and there is off road parking available in the site car park. Beachmaster 33 Kingsdown Park has access to on-site facilities including a heated indoor pool, tennis courts and children's play area. This is a great seaside base for a family holiday.

Cackle Hill Lodge 5

Biddenden, Kent, South of England

Cackle Hill Lodge From £297 Availability

Cackle Hill Lakes are located just outside the pretty village of Biddenden on the road to Headcorn.  Three well stocked lakes surrounded by willows and bullrushes and adorned with lily pads offer marvellous fishing opportunities for all levels of skill and interest.  Cackle Hill Lodge is set in the grounds but with its own fenced garden and parking space, perfectly placed for both fishing and golf with a Nick Faldo designed golf course just over the road.  Biddenden boasts a Michelin starred restaurant as well as a traditional tea shop and a popular pub, while Headcorn has a good selection of shops and a station with trains to London, Canterbury and the coast.  Shop: 1 mile  Pub:  1 mile Coast:  20 miles
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Ground Floor:
Living/Kitchen Room
  wooden floor is attractive and practical, lovely corner leather sofa, round table and chairs, wall mounted TV with built in DVD.  The Kitchen area is fitted with electric oven, hob and extractor hood, fridge with ice box, microwave, washing machine, slimline dishwasher and has an extensive range of crockery, cutlery and kitchen equipment
Bedroom 1 has double bed, bedside tables, wardrobe and leather sofa bed
Bedroom 2 has twin beds, bedside tables and wardrobe
Bathroom with P shaped bath and over-bath shower, chest of drawers, washbasin and w.c
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Garden:  Large, fenced and shingled with paved area for garden furniture and barbecue.  Useful attached storage room contains tumble dryer and space sufficient for fishing tackle, bicycles, golf clubs etc.
Parking: Plenty of space adjacent to lodge approached through double gates.
Heating: Oil central heating.
Notes: Please arrange fishing direct with the owners.

 

 

Cradducks Oast 7

Staplehurst, Kent, South of England

Cradducks Oast From £569 Availability

This gorgeous oast house, set within ten acres of grounds which includes paddocks, fields and orchards, has been converted with great style by the owners to provide wonderful accommodation for all the family - including the dog!  During the relevant seasons, apples, rhubarb and gooseberries are all available for guests to enjoy and you are also welcome to explore the expansive grounds. This is an ideal area for walkers with a wealth of footpaths and walkways, yet within easy access of Staplehurst for shops/pubs and for visiting the many beautiful gardens, castles, historic houses and National Trust properties in the region. There is also a railway station at Staplehurst with regular services to London. Shop: 1.5 miles  Pub: 1.5 miles  Coast: 26 miles 
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Ground Floor:
Sitting Room
is located in the roundel with triple aspect windows, three seater sofa, two arm chairs, coffee table and TV/DVD/Freeview
Kitchen/Dining Room is extremely well appointed with plentiful cupboards and worktops. Equipment provided includes - electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Very attractive dining table with six chairs (further chair available for seventh guest if required).
Shower Room with large power shower, washbasin and w.c
Snug with two tub chairs, TV/DVD, PlayStation 2 with games and a selection of board games, cards etc.

Easy carpeted stairs lead to...

First Floor:
Bedroom 1
with four poster bed, bedside tables, wardrobe and dual aspect windows
Bedroom 2  with double bed, bedside tables, wardrobe and dual aspect windows
Bedroom 3 with two pine single beds, bedside table and wardrobe
Bedroom 4 with single bed and bedside table
Bathroom with bath, separate power shower, washbasin and w.c
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Garden: Lawned with patio area - garden furniture and barbecue.
Parking: Parking for three cars next to Oast plus oak-framed garage.
Heating: Oil central heating.
Also Provided: Internet access and welcome pack. CD player/radio.
Notes: May be booked in conjunction with the five lodges on the farm - CB543, CB544, CB548, CB586 and CB587. £200 security deposit payable on arrival.

Cranbrook 4

Canterbury, Kent, South of England

Cranbrook From £179 Availability

Stunning and stylish lodge featuring one contemporary double with ensuite shower and one well-sized twin. Spacious bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Luxurious, well equipped open plan living/kitchen area. Patio doors leading to spacious decking. Perfect for a break to celebrate any occasion. . Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside attractions just 15 minutes away, this relaxing getaway is a fantastic base to discover the delights of the South East and within the Channel Tunnel just 20 miles away Europe is within easy reach.

With an array of home from home comforts, the luxury lodges feature contemporary styled interiors, soft bedding and spacious rooms, all set within the peaceful countryside setting of the retreat.

For trips out, why not visit the World Heritage Site of Canterbury Cathedral, discover the ruins of the Norman Canterbury Castle and St Augustine’s Abbey, jump aboard an historic steam train, explore the beautiful coastlines of Whitstable and Herne Bay, or indulge in a spot of shopping followed by a relaxing boat tour along the River Stour that meanders through Canterbury.. Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside attractions just 15 minutes away, this relaxing getaway is a fantastic base to discover the delights of the South East and within the Channel Tunnel just 20 miles away Europe is within easy reach.

With an array of home from home comforts, the luxury lodges feature contemporary styled interiors, soft bedding and spacious rooms, all set within the peaceful countryside setting of the retreat.

For trips out, why not visit the World Heritage Site of Canterbury Cathedral, discover the ruins of the Norman Canterbury Castle and St Augustine’s Abbey, jump aboard an historic steam train, explore the beautiful coastlines of Whitstable and Herne Bay, or indulge in a spot of shopping followed by a relaxing boat tour along the River Stour that meanders through Canterbury.

Edenbridge 2

Canterbury, Kent, South of England

Edenbridge From £175 Availability

Spacious lodge with one double with ensuite stylish bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Contemporary, well equipped open plan living/kitchen area with patio doors leading to spacious outdoor decking. Perfect for a peaceful break away with that special someone.. Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside attractions just 15 minutes away, this relaxing getaway is a fantastic base to discover the delights of the South East and within the Channel Tunnel just 20 miles away Europe is within easy reach.

With an array of home from home comforts, the luxury lodges feature contemporary styled interiors, soft bedding and spacious rooms, all set within the peaceful countryside setting of the retreat.

For trips out, why not visit the World Heritage Site of Canterbury Cathedral, discover the ruins of the Norman Canterbury Castle and St Augustine’s Abbey, jump aboard an historic steam train, explore the beautiful coastlines of Whitstable and Herne Bay, or indulge in a spot of shopping followed by a relaxing boat tour along the River Stour that meanders through Canterbury.. Canterbury Reach Lodge Retreat is tucked away in the rolling hills above historic Canterbury. Surrounded by Heritage sites, bustling towns with shopping and dining, and seaside attractions just 15 minutes away, this relaxing getaway is a fantastic base to discover the delights of the South East and within the Channel Tunnel just 20 miles away Europe is within easy reach.

With an array of home from home comforts, the luxury lodges feature contemporary styled interiors, soft bedding and spacious rooms, all set within the peaceful countryside setting of the retreat.

For trips out, why not visit the World Heritage Site of Canterbury Cathedral, discover the ruins of the Norman Canterbury Castle and St Augustine’s Abbey, jump aboard an historic steam train, explore the beautiful coastlines of Whitstable and Herne Bay, or indulge in a spot of shopping followed by a relaxing boat tour along the River Stour that meanders through Canterbury.