Holiday Cottage in Molash, Kent
from £1,000 pw
Sleeps 8 + 2
or speak to our friendly booking team +44 (0)1227 464958
Holiday Cottage in Molash, Kent
from £1,000 pwSleeps 8 + 2
This traditional Kentish barn is available for the first time as a holiday home near Canterbury in Kent. Just recently renovated, it has a host of traditional features including oak beams, oak flooring and a double sided wood burning stove. Tastefully furnished in a modern contemporary style, this Kent holiday cottage has been finished to an extremely high standard. Conveniently located just a short drive from both the vibrant city of Canterbury where you can soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere or Ashford where you can catch the fast train from Ashford International Station and be in London within 40 minutes. The coast is also very close by, a 30 minute car journey will take you to the pretty pebble beach of Sangate and Hythe or if a sandy beach is what you are after Folkestone is a little further along the coast. The Barn is a very special self catering holiday cottage set in peaceful Kentish countryside and would make an ideal destination for long vacations and short breaks throughout the year.
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The Barn, Molash: Sleeps (10) within 3 bedrooms plus landing sleeping area, 1 large open plan reception area, 4 bath/showers-rooms (3 en-suite) open gardens and landscaped patios. Bbq provided for summer months. On driveway parking for 5 cars.
The Barn's grand entrance is up a few stairs from a graveled drive way,
The dining area, oak refectory table that seats 10 people, French doors directly beside that lead to the terrace.
The living area, sofas, leather tub chairs, an chaise sofa to seat 10, occasional tables, table lamps, centrally placed wood burning stove, flat screen TV and DVD player, ipod docking station and radio, French doors / windows that lead out to the garden,
Kitchen, open plan, double oven, electric 5 ring hob, extractor fan, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave oven, with central island.
Utility room, to the rear of the kitchen, washing machine and drying area, iron and ironing board.
Guests cloakroom, wash hand basin and WC.
broadband comfortable sofa and shelves
Ground Floor - to the rear of the kitchen area.
Independent double room, (sleeps 2), kingsize bed, bedside tables and lamps, en-suite shower-room, with shower cubicle, hand basin and wc.
1 x Double bedroom, (sleeps 2) kingsize bed, bedside tables and lamps, chest, fitted wardrobe, en-suite bathroom, with bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin, wc, heated towel rails.
1 x Double bedroom, (sleeps 2) 4'6" bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers, fitted wardrobes.
1 x Master bedroom, (sleeps 2) kingsize bed, antique miror, rugs, chandelier, fitted wardrobe, chest of drawers, en-suite shower room, shower cubicle, hand basin and wc.
1 X Family bathroom,with bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin, wc and heated towel rails.
Landing area space, (sleeps 2) futon bed
Central heating throughout and broadband connectivity.
This stunning self catering holiday home in the heart of Kent if located close to the vibrant city of Canterbury which boasts a wealth of visitor attractions. The skyline is dominated by the stunning Cathedral dating back to 597AD the oldest in Britain. In 1170 Archbishop Thomas Beckett was famously murdered in the Cathedral and thousands of Pilgrims play homage each year. The holiday apartment is 100 yards from the Cathedral Gates! The ancient ruins of St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church all form part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby are the remains of a Norman Castle built on 1080 by the Normans and the large stone keep was largely constructed in the reign of Henry1 (1100-1135) all are reminders of the City's history, heritage & culture. Other attractions include, The King's mile, St Dunstan's, West Gate Towers, Northgate and The Canterbury Tales. You can take one of the River Tours and absorb the City with a boat trip along the River Stour taking in the architecture and scenic views. There are museums, walking trails or guided walks to help you enjoy the narrow winding lanes. Canterbury is best explored by foot. Canterbury is a place steeped in tradition and is also a modern and vibrant city with welcoming bars, pubs, nightclubs, fine restaurants, and a High Street with independent and high street names. Kent County Cricket ground is 1 mile distance from the holiday apartment and holds it's annual Cricket Festival every August. Canterbury Golf Course is 1 mile distance from the City Centre and was designed by Henry Colt ain 1927 at the same time as designing Wentworth. There are two famous "links" courses at nearby Sandwich, Royal St Georges (home to The Open Championship in 2011) and Princes (Open Golf qualifying course).
If you travel a little further out, you can visit nearby Herne Bay & Whitstable both magical seaside towns where brightly coloured beach huts line the water's edge. Whitstable has a range of attractions from the Oyster festival held every July, charming cafes, pubs, famous seafood restaurants on the sea front, quaint shops, art galleries, jet skiing and other water sports all serving to provide an unspoilt charm.
Howletts, The Wild Animal Park, at Bekesbourne, on the outskirts of Canterbury, offers a great family day out, The 90 acre site of Howletts Wild Animal Park offers the chance for visitors to enjoy beautiful ancient parkland that is a year-round family attraction.
The long sandy beaches of this part of Kent are within a thirty minute drive where the sand stretches as far as the eye can see. There are many water sports available and it's a great place to visit all year round. Details of water sports lessons are available on the 'things to do' section of our website. For children the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Light Steam Railway that winds its way along the coast is a truly special day out - or a way to get to the beach as it stops in several spots very close by!
Ashford International Station is a short drive away, with the fast train taking just 40 minutes into central London, what more could you ask for, a day out in the fast paced capital taking in the sights and sounds and then returning to the peace and tranquillity of The Barn where you can enjoy the surrounding countryside from the back garden whilst enjoying a well earned glass of wine or beer.
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It was a lovely place and i have already suggested this to my friends and i will definitely book again.
Stunning, spacious well thought out barn.
We stayed at this barn in December 2012. There was10 of us in the group and the barn was perfect.
Sleeping arrangements couldn't have been better - 4 double bedrooms, 1 double bed on the landing which was ideal and if needed plenty of room on the sofas. Each room other than 1 had an ensuite in addition to the main bathroom and a downstairs toilet. very comfortable mattresses and soft linen etc.
The barn was immaculate with all the essentials we needed. It was so spacious and decorated to the highest spec. Lovely fire in the front room which heated the whole house.
The owners are contactable at any point and even left us a bottle of wine and chocolates - perfect!
Would highly recommend for a friends gathering or family event. Excellent location, 5 miles to huge supermarket.
Couldn't say anything bad at all. Just perfect. Thank you!
Just had a fantastic weekend stay at The Barn. Wonderful accommodation. Also booked the Indian meal on the Friday - delicious and lovely being cooked for whilst we enjoyed cocktails! Highly recommend staying here.
Miss Patterson, October 2012
Had a lovely stay. The swing in the garden, the TV and great kitchen were excellent!
Had a lovely bank holiday weekend break with my sisters. Spacious living room, well equipped kitchen, lovely bedrooms, great surroungs also, plenty of places to walk and visit. Will definitely consider coming here again.
We returned from a very enjoyable weekend at the Barn, Molash on Monday. We were so pleased with the accommodation, we couldn't fault it. The Indian chef we had on Friday just topped it off - it was brilliant. Thank you.
Miss Brewer, October 2011
Refundable security deposit of £450.00 is payable. Sorry no pets accepted. Short breaks available. Children welcome. Highchair provided. Parking for up to 5 cars.
Mulberry Cottages for themselves and for holidaymakers in this property whose agents they are give notice that:
(i) the particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended holidaymakers.
(ii) all descriptions (including photographs), dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and believed to be correct, but any intending holidaymakers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact.
(iii) no person in the employment of Mulberry Cottages has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.