A lovely self-catering, pet friendly, English holiday cottage, in the heart of historic Chilham village, near the Cathedral City of Canterbury, Kent.
- View : Panoramic, country side, garden/park, village, square
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Historical, Picturesque
- Lake at 1km
- Horse riding, Fishing
- Pets friendly
- Exposure : South-west
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Charming Grade II Listed cottage in immaculate condition. Situated in the Square of the picturesque village of Chilham; a Tudor square surrounded by 15C timber framed houses, with views of Chilham Castle. Exceptionally well-maintained cottage to very high standards. Fully furnished with comfortable traditional furniture, oak wood flooring, carpeting, soft furnishings and floor tiles as appropriate. Ground floor: entrance to living room, oak beams and open log fireplace, solid oak floor with rugs, open staircase to upper floor, views of The Square; separate kitchen/dining room with stable door to small, enclosed private patio/garden. First floor: stairs to landing then to double bedroom, views of Chilham Street & patio/garden, and to Bathroom.
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Chilham is on the North Downs National Trail and ancient Pilgrim's Way to Canterbury in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Walking distance to the beautiful, peaceful countryside: the Kent Downs, woodland, lakes and orchards. Excellent walks from the cottage to Kings Wood (1,500 acres) where King Henry VIII hunted deer and to Godmersham Park (visited by Jane Austin). Numerous other walks nearby in the Stour Valley and Crundale Downs. The Cathedral city of Canterbury is 6 mls. Easy access to many of Kent's attractions, its gardens, castles, coast, nature reserves and historic old towns e.g. Sissinghurst Gardens, Leeds and Dover Castles, Chatham historical dockyard, Whitstable, Faversham, Sandwich, Romney Marsh, Walmer, and Rye.
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The parish of Chilham has a long history, traces of which date back to the Neolithic period. The focal points of the village are undoubtedly the castle (its wonderful gardens attributed to Capability Brown are open on special occasions) and the Church (with views over the surrounding valleys).