"Mount Pleasant an 1850’s flint cottage offers country living at its finest. Surrounded by valleys and woodland your cottage is comfortable and peaceful. It’s like having your own little country paradise your retreat from the modern world. Dream away in the garden watching stunning sunsets. Appreciate a cup of tea in the conservatory or at the decked terrace outside watching the sun rise.\nLeave the car behind put on your walking boots relish in wonderful country walks starting literally at the end of your garden what a luxury. Denton Valley and Mount Pleasant Woods are your immediate neighbours. Within the estate there is a wild flower meadow of approximately 50 acres and has an abundance of flowers where butterflies and bees are at home\nSnuggle up around the wood burning stove during winter while enjoying playing a board game or watching your favourite film. Fancy a bite to eat out? The local pub featured in the 1969’s ’The Battle of Britain’ film is only a short walk or drive away. Or venture out in Canterbury with an array of international restaurants of your choice.\nComfortable bedrooms beckon you to sleep. Have a good night’s rest ready for another day exploring the North Downs with it’s quintessentially English villages stop at a tea room or eat at a country pub. Discover the great Cathedral City of Canterbury with its medieval history and excellent shopping opportunities.\nWhatever the weather Mount Pleasant is a lovely place to stay and those amazing views won’t go away. The perfect cottage for family holidays in Kent or a charming cottage for two."
Mount Pleasant: Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom, garden, parking for 3 cars
Entrance to conservatory, sofa seating for 4, downstairs cloakroom.
Galley kitchen, electric cooker and oven, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer, dining table & chairs seating 6.
Sitting room, seating for 4, log burner, flat screen TV & DVD, steps to both level 2 and level 1.5
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 1+1) single bed with trundle, double built-in wardrobe.
Master bedroom (sleeps 2) double bed, built-in wardrobe
Family bathroom, bath with handheld shower, shower cubicle with walled shower, WC, basin.
Large mainly lawned garden with hard standing surface for extra parking, paved terrace. Raised decked terrace in the middle of the garden. Table and chairs seating 4.
What you need to know
Highchair available on request.
Please be advised the cottage is built on a slope and therefore has 3 tiers inside.
The family bathroom can only be accessed via double bedroom 2.
The garden is very large and slopes in certain areas, please ensure children are supervised at all times.
In light of Covid-19, accommodation providers may have temporarily removed some non-essential, high touch items (some examples may include decorative cushions, games and hair dryers) from their accommodation.
Properties in England - Current government guidance states that in England, outdoor restaurants and takeaway options, as well as swimming pools are permitted to open in Step 2 (expected to be 12 April – 16 May 2021), subject to social distancing rules. Indoor entertainment and areas of hospitality will not be permitted to open until Step 3 (expected to be 17 May – 20 June 2021).
Wales: The latest Welsh government guidance states that outdoor attractions and outdoor hospitality, including at cafes, pubs and restaurants can reopen on Monday 26 April 2021. Gyms, leisure facilities and fitness facilities can reopen on 3 May 2021.
Scotland: The latest Scottish government guidance states that gyms and swimming pools can reopen for individual exercise on 26 April 2021. On the same day, outdoor hospitality (which can serve alcohol and stay open until 10pm) and indoor hospitality (without alcohol and closing at 8pm) can reopen.
Government guidance and legislation on COVID 19 changes frequently. Before you travel, you need to ensure you have checked and understood the relevant legislation and guidance that is applicable to you and the make up of your party.