“Lovely holiday home in the heart of Canterbury” A lovely home from home, set back from the road in a private courtyard with parking and within easy walking distance to the city centre. Cedar House is very spacious, well equipped and tastefully decorated throughout. Excellent value for money and Sebastian was very welcoming and helpful. Would definitely stay here again!
“lovely place lovely people” really lovely people who own this property, very accomodating with regards our long stay. property is also excellent,spotlessly clean and just what we wanted a home from home base. well worth a visit
“Fantastic Property, Great Location” We stayed here for a family gathering and it was the perfect choice. The house was very comfortable and had everything we needed. I really enjoyed the quirky decor and the location was excellent. The owners were so helpful and nothing was too much. I would recommend this property.
On the banks of the River Stour lies Canterbury, a historic city with much to offer visitors. Whether you want a peaceful getaway or a trip back in time, a holiday rental in Canterbury is the ideal choice.
It is said that the best way to see the city is just to walk through it. You'll take in all the sights, smells and tastes of the area, and you may never want to leave!
What to Do
If you choose to venture out of the city, head to Chilham Village. It a traditional Kentish hamlet where you can catch a glimpse of traditional houses and enjoy the English countryside.
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For a city break or a countryside retreat, a holiday rental in Canterbury is the perfect choice. Book yours today and start planning.
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Self catering holiday cottage
Well equiped cottage in very nice surroundings
All ameniteis were available in the cottage. The necessaties for the arrival like bread, butter fruits, jam, coffee ,tea and a nice bottle of wine were all there! Jenny and her husband were very friendly and helpful. …
Quiet and rural, the perfect getaway
A lovely clean, modern detached former granary . Really warm and cosy and close to historical sites such as Sandwich, Deal, Walmer and Dover. Lovely quiet position but very convenient for Canterbury. James is a lovely guy and he also owns the medieval property next to the granary. Check that out too. Would highly recommend staying hear and will definitely be going back in the future …
Very comfortable house with two showers/ bathrooms, WiFi, complementary bread, milk , fruits, tea, coffeee and cereals. Short drive to town centre. …
Arthouse@The Old Fire Station
Unique house, lovely stay
The Arthouse is a unique stay in an old fire station, and a short walk from the city centre. We enjoyed the original artwork and the beds and sofa were v comfortable. Many thanks …
Enjoyed our stay. There were nine of us and so we had both cottages which have a dividing door so can be made into one big home. However this means you get two kitchen areas and two living rooms- so it was great- plenty of space. One big table we could get around and eat together and the children had their tv and living room space!
Comfortable accommodation with friendly owners who live across the way so we're easily accessible if we had a question or need. …
Little Impetts Pretty Rural East Kent Thatched Cottage Canterbury Kent
Village charm and so peaceful!
We loved the cottage because it had real charm and a fascinating history. The village was quiet but very interesting with a Saxon church to explore and good walks along the Saxon Shore walkway. Close to all the attractions of North Kent including roman forts, pretty harbours, Deal, Dover and Walmer Castles as well as easy access to everything in Canterbury by using the cheap (3 pound fifty pence all day parking and return bus rides for up to 6 people) Park and Ride in Sturry Rd. Also close to beaches-recommend the café at Reculver on the beach and a day out at Walmer Castle-terrific cafes at these. Loved our week at the cottage-very friendly hosts. …