Holiday Cottages In Maidstone To Rent
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Maidstone lives up to Kent’s ‘Garden of England’ nickname, with a scattering of beautifully manicured gardens, wild river valleys and age-old woodland. In love with England of the past, whilst still embracing the modern life of bustling high streets and high-adrenaline adventure parks, Maidstone is a diverse destination full of rustic and contemporary holiday cottages. If you want that bit-of-everything break, then Maidstone might just be the perfect spot!
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Ruth - verified booking
"Just returned from a weeks' stay at Church Barn Le Grande and overall very impressed with both the barn itself and the facilities. Great to be able to park both vehicles under cover right next to the barn entrance, which made for easy unloading and loading of the car. The barn itself certainly offers the 'wow' factor - on entering through the front door, you are straight into the dining/kitchen area (seating for 6 at the glass-topped dining table) with high ceiling and patio door leading to large wrap-around enclosed garden which the dogs thoroughly enjoyed. The kitchen was fairly well-equipped with an electric 4-hob on the island and two ovens situated at chest height facing this. Plenty of drawers and cupboards for utensils, pots and pans - if you're big into cooking and aim to make use of the facilities a few times, items such as a measuring jug, slotted spoon and a potato masher were lacking, but due to past self-catering experience these had been packed just in case! Dining, side plates, bowls and wine and champagne glasses were pentiful, as were mugs - athough water glasses/tumblers were in short supply. A wide wooden staircase leads up to the very comfy 'lounge area' complete with roomy leather sofas, large wooden coffe table and wall-mounted, decent sized flat screen tv, complete with Bose sound bar. Dvd player and Sky box completed the entertainment system - couldn't seem to access the movie channel though, or download programmes to the Sky box due to inactive/incorrect codes. The bedrooms were roomy, and well equipped with excellent storage options and plenty of coat hangers. The smaller double ensuite to the right of the barn entrance would have benefited from a king size bed in our opinion to make things fairer for two couples, but not a major issue. Beds were on the firm side and additional pillows were available. Both bathrooms were nicely proportioned with the larger of the two offering a huge rectangular bath tub and his and her basins. The barn also offers a double and single bed in the family room up a small, narrow flight of stairs to the rear with skylight windows - this room shares the bathroom which is just next door to the superking bedroom.Our stay at Church Barn was relaxing and it was a great place to come back to after a long day out, thoroughly recommend and would certainly consider another stay there if there weren't so many other places we want to explore in this amazing country of ours!"
Margaret - verified booking
"Previous reviews have commented on the general upkeep of the décor etc. Of particular concern to us was the fact that the toilet cistern was faulty and entailed having to lift the lid at frequent intervals to adjust the mechanism. a known fault as there had been an Heath Robinson attempt to make a repair previously. The steepness of the stairs had also been mentioned however they were also slippery, and this could easily be remedied by the addition of rubber treads on the steps. The whole construction would not meet present building regulations. ther position at close proximity to the bathroom maybe called for a stair gate to be affixed for use at night when guestscould be stumbling around sleepily. There was a self completed risk assessment form butthis addressed little more than fire risks. When booking the cottage I didn't pick up on the fact that pets were allowed until after booking. My fault for not being more observant but this fact should be more prominently displayed as it would probably have altered my decision. The smell of dog pervaded the premises for the entire week and could not be shifted. The property must be at the lowest end of your ratings unfortunately and deserves this status."
Melanie - verified booking
"We booked the S24492 for location as it was close to family. My parents and I were very very disappointed and felt it was not good value for money. The photos are old and dated, just like the cottage. As soon as I pulled up my first impression was it looked dingy and unkempt. The cottage interior was filthy. I have rented many properties through this and other sites, unfortunately it did not meet basic standards. The cooker was filthy, every time I used the oven the smoke alarm went off due to thick grease on the interior. The shower did not work, there was thick dust/cobwebs throughout, the kitchen utensils were so limited and basic. The windows were filthy and covered in dead flies, just generally old, shabby, not updated, loved or cared for. The owner was pleasant, but despite many other comments made in the visitors book, none had been taken on-board to make improvements for others comfort/benefit. I would not recommend this property until it has had a make over and given some TLC."
Mike - verified booking
"Property was larger and nicer than the pictures show. a good location. Plenty to do in the Kent area. Really good to get an Easter treat for the kids and to have biscuits and milk ready for our arrival.My one suggestion would be to lay off the 'property inspection'. Advised on arrival that there would be an 'inspection' on the last day. Night before we left, we were asked what time we were leaving so that the 'inspection' could be carried out. Then on deparature day the property was checked before we left.I would recommend the owner to take out property insurance or to leave an honesty envelope for broken items. (Inspection also mentioned in the property guide book)."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"We had a lovely week at the Guards House. Great to be able to visit Leeds castle several times and make use of the playgrounds, restaurant and coffee shops. It would be nice if a footpath could link the property to the public footpath to the castle. The single track road to reach it is very busy and I felt quite uncomfortable walking down there with my children. Saying that use can always drive. The upstairs shower was very temperamental but otherwise the cottage was clean and pleasant. Nice to be able to bring the dog."