Holiday Cottages In Kent To Rent
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Amanda - verified booking
"The cottage is very secluded which we liked, the owners live behind and there is another secluded small cottage just to the left but all have their own private gardens which is lovely. The cottage is fairly well stocked with kitchen equipment and it is a nice little cottage in general with an old fire place. The local village does not offer anything other than a pub (I gave it 8 as we did not have an issue with this) but there are plenty of little villages nearby to visit for essentials and if you have been out and about all day there is plenty of chance to pick up resources.The instructions to find the place are detailed but sadly wrong, the tenant of the other cottage said the same to me one morning. You do not go down'The High Street' (which according to the sign post is actually 'The Street') and turn left at 'School Lane' then right into Grove Road'. If you do this you will come out the other side of the village! As you approach the village of Staple there is a farm tack on your left literally just past the welcome sign and 30mph sign, turn left here, this is Grove Road and follow it down. There is only a road name post if you approach from the other direction and have traveled through the village. 2 locals had never heard of the cottages or Grove Road and there was no mobile phone signal to call so it wasn't an easy start.Our only issue is that repeated of others - please get a professional cleaner and make the place spotless, it does depend on your standards I guess but the windows are dirty in the doors and I don't mean with your general outside window dust, the back of the main door has mud swiped across it and whatever you do don't lose your car keys and look under the sofa! I used the bath mat with my foot to wipe up a few water drops on the floor and when I picked the mat up it was brown underneath. The vacuum cleaners are not very good which may contribute to the floors but we did have to clean the mugs and plates to use them as they were dirty, I guess from previous tenants but this should be checked. Please also paint the kitchen cupboards and side of the bath with proper paint and not emulsion - it does not look good. It is the dirtiest holiday cottage we have stayed in, over 8 years with 2 cottages a year. But...If you can get past that the bungalow is a quiet, relaxing place with easy access to other areas."
Katrina - verified booking
"Perfect if you enjoy peace & quiet, fantastic Seaview/waves lulling you, or indeed for active dog-walkers. It is a very elegant attractive cottage, with the entire wall facing the sea having originally been a massive Victorian shop front - it is all glass. Thankfully, you can open all the windows. We took our small cockapoo in early April. He was a bit miffed when we sometimes preferred to sit upstairs for the fantastic view (dogs not allowed upstairs in the bedroom) so sometimes we took it in turn. Downstairs is lovely anyway. All very clean. The owner and the lady who lives next door and looks after the place are both really nice. As we used the dishwasher it would have perhaps been handy to have a few more plates and mugs to fill the dishwasher before turning it on. TVs both downstairs and upstairs. Good broadband wifi. We only had two full days . We loved walking along the beach promenade away from Ramsgate (the cottage is right on the edge of Ramsgate) and then up the massive stone steps to the country park, tea & cakes at the King George VI Memorial Conservatory (seats mainly outside in the little garden, so only open in good weather). There is also a cafe kiosk with outside seats near the park entrance. Walking beyond the park is very pleasant at the top of the cliffs. Then there is another small beach with toilets. Another day we drove to Joss Bay (large carpark - in early April we were able to avoid paying by parking in a small road with free parking bays) and then walked at top of cliffs towards Botany Bay, stopping midway for a good lunch at a clifftop pub. Dogs only allowed outside at this pub. But if we'd pressed on to the attractive hotel at Botany Bay itself we could have eaten in a special room for dog-walkers. Botany Bay is very picturesque and many photos taken. We had a good supper on the way back - though this time it was a little chilly sitting outside in the early evening. Back at the cottage we found the outside hose-pipe useful for the dog.Would recommend."
Barbara - verified booking
"We stayed 4 nights at Monks Barn and found it an absolute delight, fitted out tastefully to be in keeping with the barn and it's farm origins, but with all the modern conveniences, lovely and light more than spacious enough for 4, well equipped and comfortable inside, outside seating very handy for breakfast outside each day, loungers and bbq available. lovely location, very peaceful but not far in the car to lots of interesting places. Sue was lovely very helpful as was her black folder with all sorts of useful information including some history on the farm, family and abbey. Lovely setting with nice country walks too, I could really go on and on. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there were so many places to see but we could easily have just had a very relaxing holiday staying at the barn and lazing in the sun. We didn't need the wood burning stove as it was very warm, but would definitely have made use of it if it had been colder."
DAPHNE - verified booking
"Electrical equipment good, bedding very good, problem areas, inside lighting extremely bad, out side light on the property Brocken, the light over the garage doors not working, the sencer light on the side wall of garage working but covered by a high bush and keep coming on in the wind. After 7pm when it was dark the whole out side areas are dangerous . Also the outside steps I feel cannot be legal as there is no hand rail. We were lucky we had good weather to enjoy Kent very much, but had to struggle when getting back to the cottage. One last thing, the TV is so small and up in the corner, it needs to be at least 32” and on the wall above the table and radiator. The red couch would be thrown out If these improvements are made the property would above average."
Ray - verified booking
"Parking exit was blind onto a main road, and is awkward for larger vehicles.Garden consists of a weed patch and uneven bricks,concrete,and gravel.All surrounded by overgrown trees and bushes,meaning at no time of day there is any sunshine.Bathroom equipment needs proper maintenance, specially the shower.The stairs are narrow, steep and winding,and are awkward for anyone who are not fully fit.This is made important as bathroom is downstairs. The beds are good, and very comfortable.The property is good example of an old workers cottage, with low ceilings."