Nestled in forest, this fairy-tale wooden cottage offers privacy, fun, romance, open fires and garden, 5 min walk to village family pub and spectacular woodland walks all round..
Close to World Heritage Site of Canterbury with its wealth of history, cathedral, excitement, restaurants and fun for all ages.
At 18 min from the Channel Tunnel by car it is ideal for day trips to France. Close to A2 on which you can reach Dover for the castle, beaches are numerous within 20 min. St Pancras 56 min.
A unique combination of history and the modern, this wooden cottage used to be where the gardener for the Old Rectory resided, part of it dating back to 1836. Whilst it is part of a community of 3 buildings over 13 acres, it has it's own driveway through an avenue of trees and surrounded completely by its own garden laid to lawn, beach hedging and apple trees. With 4 doors to the outside, one of which leads from the glass/wooden conservatory, there are constant opportunities to enjoy the country life.
Guests will have complete freedom to enjoy the entire building yet the convenience of the owners living in The Old Rectory Well House nearby.
Driveway leads directly into the property where you will feel you have entered a magical fairytale.
We will be available to help at any time. if we are not around, you will also be given contact details of a friend/manager who resides in the lane.
Logs will be available for those wishing to use the fireplace.
A welcome pack of immediate essentials, wine and beer will be offered.
An information pack is provided.
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I am a child and family therapist with a husband, a gorgeous hard working 15 yr old daughter and a handsome 10 year old son. We love outdoor activities such as archery and sleeping out and are a musical family singing, playing piano and violin. My husband and I also enjoy good wine!
We work to be able to travel which we do on a highly regular basis; Japan, Morocco and Sardinia are at the top so far!
We are a respectful family, enjoying each others company and valuing the homes of others; having journeyed through Japan in our hire car, staying in a range of accommodation we have cultivated the art of good respect of the environment of customs of others.