Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
- Nearest beach 20 km
- Child friendly
- Car essential
- No pets allowed
- Private garden
Slippery Sam's dates from around 1450 and is a Grade II listed building. It is named after Samuel Jackson, a notorious smuggler who once lived here. The property is located on the old Roman road Stone Street around 4 miles out of Canterbury in a fairly rural setting.
A comfortable self-catering property, all on the ground floor, the cottage consists of an entrance porch, open-plan kitchen/diner/lounge and two double bedrooms both having en-suite bathrooms. The property has been adapted so that it is also suitable for disabled guests.. All bedding and towels supplied. There is a colour TV, video, dvd, books & games. The property is equipped with electric cooker, microwave, iron, washing machine, fridge, dining table/chairs, barbecue etc and all rooms are of a good size with ample storage facilities. Central heating activates automatically if cold, otherwise heaters are available. All included in price. Cot and highchair can be supplied if arranged in advance. A welcome pack is provided. Wi-Fi signal from our own house is available via a booster (although signal can and does vary) and guests are welcome to use it free of charge.
||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 en suites
||Numerous 20 km
|Nearest travel links
||Nearest airport: Manston/Gatwick, Nearest railway: Canterbury
||Great for children of all ages
||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed
Features and Facilities
||Central heating, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
||Double Beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available
||Private garden, BBQ
||Parking, Wheelchair users
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty some 4 miles outside of the cathedral city of Canterbury on the old Roman road to Hythe. Coast is reachable in three directions, from Whitstable with its oysters around through the resorts of Thanet like Ramsgate, Margate and Dickensian Broadstairs, the nature reserve of Sandwich, historic Walmer, Deal and Dover, the more sedate Hythe and on to the wilds of the Romney Marshes. A wealth of gardens, houses and castles are within easy reach as well as hidden gems of country villages. Sports facilities are plentiful, from scuba diving to horse riding, go karting to golf and badminton to clay pigeon shooting. There are plenty of walks including the likes of the Saxon Shore Way. Shopping is well catered for from the outlet centre at Ashford to Bluewater further up the county and of course nearby Canterbury. The Channel port of Dover is a 15 min drive whilst the Tunnel is just one junction on the nearby motorway meaning a day on the Continent is a simple run. For foreign visitors wishing to visit London, it's an hours drive or less than 40 minutes on the high speed train link from Ashford.