Property Reference: M492928
Cosy lodge for couples | On the North Downs Way footpath | Short drive to the City of Canterbury
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.
"The pretty stable door welcomes you into a light and bright open plan living space with everything you need for a peaceful rural holiday or short break. The open plan design offers a sociable and comfortable living space and an electric fire for chilly evenings.\nA small courtyard provides privacy and overlooks the woodland. It is fully enclosed so perfect for guests with a dog.\nTo the front of the lodge there are stunning open views of the Kent countryside and a short walk leads to the North Downs Way and other footpaths for exploring this pretty part of the Garden of England. A number of quaint and pet friendly English pubs are within walking distance.\nVenture further afield and a short drive brings you to the medieval City of Canterbury. Whilst a short drive in the opposite direction leads to the coast and the iconic castle at Dover along with the pretty St Margaret’s Bay."
Pheasant Lodge: Sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom and 1 shower room. Double bed x 1. Driveway parking for one car. Enclosed courtyard garden
Ground FloorThe stable door leads into the open plan sitting/dining room and kitchenThe sitting room has a sofa and electric fire, and TV with Freeview and integral DVD playerThe kitchen has an electric oven/hob, a fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and a washer/dryerMaster Bedroom (sleeps 2) with double bed, wardrobe and dressing tableNewly improved shower room with cubicle and basinSeparate cloakroom
OutsideAn enclosed courtyard garden with bistro table and chairs
Infants welcome. A cot and highchair are availableDog WelcomeOne private car parking spaceMicrowave
Please note the Wi-Fi at Pheasant Lodge can be a little unstable
New to 2019 - a brand new shower and hot water system are now in situ at Pheasant Lodge
The villages of Kingston, Barham and Bishopsbourne are all within walking distance, or a short drive, and all have friendly pubs serving food.