Holiday let in Canterbury, Kent
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Situated on the south side of the city, it makes a great base for exploring the sights such as Canterbury Cathedral or St Augustine's Abbey. For a different view there are punts on the River Stour and lots to learn with Historic River Tours. Canterbury is also home to Kent County Cricket Club, just up the road.
GeneralOff road parkingPatio
Living roomDVD player
BedroomsKing size bedSofa bed
- A stone's throw away from the centre of the Unesco City of Canterbury
- Close to the Kent & Canterbury Hospital, ideal for visiting loved ones
- Great locals, The Gate Inn and The Bat and Ball for a rest from cooking
The Canterbury Lodge: sleeps 2+2, 1 bedroom plus 1 sofa bed, 1 reception room, 1 shower room, patio area, allocated off road parking and additional free parking available in the immediate area.
Accommodation distributed over two floors in a detached lodge.
Ground Floor – entry directly into the living space.
Open plan Kitchen, dining and sitting room.
Kitchen area, fully equipped, fridge with freezer box, electric oven and hob, extractor. Washing machine stored under the stairs. Small table with 4 chairs.
Shower room, shower cubicle
Living area, sofa seating for 4, sofa bed (sleeps 2). Flat screen TV, DVD player and music system. Please note a £50 supplement fee is charged for the use of the sofa bed (3 or 4 guests).
Master double bedroom (sleeps 2), king size bed, TV with built in DVD player.
Electric heating throughout.
Beautifully presented self-catering holiday home, the perfect alternative to hotel accommodation and also wonderfully equipped for extended stays in the city.
Situated in a peaceful location, benefiting from being far enough away from the centre for a perfect nights sleep and yet within a short bus or gentle walk into the city. Canterbury Lodge offers a spacious suite-style one bedroom, with double aspect windows and compact equipped living accommodation, all contained within a detached lodge.
Discretely set back from the road within the grounds of the main house, completely private, including a quaint courtyard that can be enjoyed in the summer months. The immaculate space will be a haven to retreat to after a busy days sight seeing, or for those residing on a temporary basis; working or studying in the city.
A visit to Canterbury is not complete without a tour of the magnificent cathedral, perhaps a trip to The Canterbury Tales to immerse oneself in the medieval past of the city, or take time to enjoy a trip to the theatre or a summer boating punt along the Stour River - just some of the many things to see and do in this wonderful part of Kent.
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