Holiday Cottages In Adisham To Rent
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Debbie - verified booking
"Raspberry Cottage is a very pretty cottage from the outside. The garden and outlook are lovely with views across open countryside to the side/rear as it is at the end of a terrace (the only thatched cottage). The local pub is approximately 200 metres from the cottage and serves food. We found it a friendly place and the food was typical pub fare, although they had run out of some options while we were there as it was busy. The location is good as it is close to Deal (10 mins drive) which was a lovely place to visit as were Sandwich and Canterbury (30 mins). Inside, the lounge area was comfortable with a working fireplace that we made use of (although you need your own supplies). The dining room is a good size with all the utensils/crockery provided and a good sized table to sit around. There are historical touches around the cottage that add interest and make it homely. The kitchen and bathroom areas are small and somewhat dated. We had gone with the intention of cooking some of our meals but really the kitchen is not suitable (cooker could do with updating and oven trays were very dirty) so we stuck to making pasta on the first night and then just having breakfast there. The damp smell from the bathroom can be a little invasive but this is probably due to the fact it's not mains drainage. The bedrooms are a good size, although the mattresses have definitely seen better days. Washing up liquid/cloths etc were supplied and we were also left some long life milk/tea/coffee/sugar. Other than that, you need to ensure that you bring supplies (we didn't bring toilet roll as we thought it would be supplied - it wasn't - yet there was a box of tissues in the bedroom and a kitchen roll in the kitchen, so possibly an oversight). However, that said, for the price we paid, we still thought it was a good deal and it is a very sweet little cottage with so much potential."
Shelley - verified booking
"This is a rural hideaway cottage, which reflects the eco-friendly aspirations of the owner, and has French windows opening onto a large area of private woodland, awash with bluebells (May) and birdlife. We were given a warm and friendly welcome and told that, if we needed anything, we just needed to knock at the door. There are no shops or pubs in the immediate vicinity, but there is a farm shop 10 minutes' drive away and an excellent pub in the picturesque (and much filmed) village of Chilham also about 10 minutes' drive away - we did walk to Chilham through lovely country lanes, but you need to set aside a couple of hours for that. It was a great base from which to explore Kent (there were plenty of relevant maps, books and brochures in the cottage) - our favourite places being Canterbury and its lovely cathedral, Whitstable and Faversham, plus the National Trust properties at Chartwell, Sissinghurst Castle and the White Cliffs of Dover. If you enjoy country lanes, landscape and nature, then this makes for a very convenient and homely base with adequate kitchen and bathroom facilities - and a very comfortable bed!"
Mrs Katherine Shewell - verified booking
"I've been staying in cottages for many years and Claire's Cottage is my favourite so far. Despite being tiny it is light, comfortable, cosy and very well equipped with a pretty garden. It has been restored beautifully retaining nearly all the original and historic features and it's interesting to look at the album showing photos of the restoration. The location is excellent. You can walk into Hythe (if you have the energy to walk back up the hill) which is a historic little town of great character and there are plenty of interesting places to see in the Romney Marshes without having to go far. If you have a wet day use it to go to Dungeness on the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway! I have already recommended this cottage to a friend and I am sure I shall visit it again in the future."
Susan T - verified booking
"This cottage is spectacular in decor and location, and for the friendliness of its owner Steve - who forgave us breaking his lovely flower holder (we managed to stick it back together again so hopefully no one notices). The location is amazing with great countryside all around a lovely small village close by, a great pub up the road and plenty to do for day trips. We were there in bitter winter conditions at the beginning of February but we still had an amazing time with the wood-burning stove and a good video or two. The cottage is so well furnished and designed that I wanted to copy all the ideas in it. Stay here if you want to be in the countryside surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful things. You will love it."
John and Pat Morgan - verified booking
"Thank you for the lovely welcome, really enjoyed the cream tea and for a wonderful holiday. The cottage is a real home from home, all the little details were covered. Restful décor and furnishings, very comfy bed. Communication very good and all queries answered quickly and small issue with the shower sorted immediately. So many lovely places to visit, spoilt for choice. Recommend Walmer Castle, Great Dixter gardens, Dymchurch beach, Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway and Deal. A lovely atmosphere at the opening of the Hythe Festival. Will definitely come back and recommend to friends and family. A huge bonus is the beautiful garden, eating breakfast and evening meals outside and just pottering!' Thank you"