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Crow Cottage

Eastling , Kent

Property Reference: M13777

A charming bolthole on the Belmont Estate, with its landscaped gardens open to the public.

Romantic retreat | Free entry to Belmont House and Gardens | Wonderful walks

  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • 0 Pets
  • Wifi
  • Car parking on site
  • Rural Location
Prices are per property not per person includes a £30.00 booking fee.
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2 nights - mostly start on Fri or Sat
3 nights - must start on Fri

4 nights - must start on Mon
5 nights - 22nd or 29th Dec 2012 only.

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About Crow Cottage

Introduction

"Unique cottage ideal for a romantic break or peaceful holiday for two. The cottage is tucked away in a very rural setting in Kent surrounded by fields perfect for walking holidays and a couple of village pubs including the Carpenter’s Arms Eastling. Inside the cottage is a good size with a pretty conservatory and a charming and good sized garden that surrounds the cottage giving it privacy and peace. Free access to visit Belmont House near Faversham and its gardens is included in the rental as the cottage is part of the estate. Both the trendy seaside town of Whitstable and the pretty market town of Faversham are within easy reach with fresh fish direct from the fisherman on sale the oldest brewery in the country to visit and a range of water sports to try - all in all this Kentish cottage would make an ideal holiday for couples."

Summary

Crow Cottage: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom, 1 shower room, 1 conservatory, 1 reception room.

Ground Floor
The cottage is entered through the traditional style conservatory, Shaker style kitchen with tiled flooring.
Kitchen with a washing machine, fridge with freezer, electric cooker, microwave and extractor fan.
The sitting room furnished, with flat screen TV, DVD, and free view satellite. An attractive wood burner completes the scene.

First Floor
Bedroom with king size bed
Shower room

Services
Oil central heating, all electricity and oil is included together with logs for the wood burner.

Outside
Parking for two cars
A sheltered terrace area by the conservatory, and the surrounding meadow is available for guests to enjoy.

What you need to know

Please note the stairs are typical of an old cottage and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility.

As per our terms and conditions smoking is not permitted in the property

What makes this area so special

Situated about a mile from the pretty rural village of Throwley in Kent. This holiday cottage is located next to Faversham Golf Club, just outside the grounds of Belmont Park (with free entry to the house at weekends) and the attractive market town of Faversham is within five miles for you to make the most of during your stay.

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  • Posted by

    Guest

    The perfect quiet getaway. Lovely cottage, great setting with a fantastic pub 15 minutes walk away. All the facilities in the cottage were excellent, the welcome pack is a nice touch. Perfect place to explore Kent then sit in the garden relaxing. Absolutely perfect for a quiet getaway with facilities close enough but not too close
    2018-09-07
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    Guest

    Lovely out of the way cottage. Interesting and historic town of faversham a short drive away. Cottage was very clean, log burner even in a very warm May was a welcome addition to lift the chill when the sun went down. Huge garden (an old orchard) but except for the mown part it’s mainly overgrown with long grass. Patio furniture isn’t exactly comfortable / suggest bringing your own if you can. There is a neighbouring house quite close by but only saw them a few times. Lots of wildlife although strangely shy in the evenings - owl and badgers etc seemed more active at 4am that 10pm. Would recommend and go sgain
    2018-05-22
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    Guest

    Very efficient & helpful. Cottage as expected and very nice Lovely cottage rural and very quiet and restful beautiful.
    2017-04-07
  • Posted by

    Guest

    Good service and nice people (we had some laughs because we are from The Netherlands) and English we do not speak every day :) We had a very good time in the cottage (it is lovely and quiet and a lot of animals around the cottage)
    2016-07-17
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    Guest

    Easy to book and efficent to confirm The whole experience was lovely. The only improvement that could have been made was to provide hypoallergenic bedding as requested when we booked. We had to make do without a duvet or pillows (thankfully we brought our own just in case!) during our stay.
    2015-11-19
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    2015-10-06
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    Guest

    Excellent,professional and friendly service.Any concerns promptly. alleviated Clean,comfortable and well furnished in beautiful location
    2015-09-17
  • Posted by

    Guest

    Easy to book, no complaints Lovely cottage in secluded location although there is another cottage quite close by which we didn’t expect, luckily it was not occupied while we were there as occupants may well have made Crow Cottage’s location not quite so peaceful. Very well equipped but cottage description says there is a dishwasher which there most certainly is not. The stairs are rather difficult with no stair rail, I have arthritis and found them a bit challenging, there is nothing in the description to advise of this. 1 sunchair broken and the other not brilliant so we were unable to use them. Many good points though, very well equipped and cosy, bathroom is very nice, quite large for a holiday cottage. Would certainly return if we are holidaying in Kent again.
    2015-07-25
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