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Andy - verified booking
"This is really tricky - and the scores don't tell the whole picture. The accommodation is fine - but sleeping six? We were four and it is tight. The bedrooms are the best part of the property - with great beds and lovely linen - we all slept well. We had two small pets - and the conditions here are similar to other mainstream places where pets are allowed - not on furniture and not in bedrooms - not to be left unattended in the property. We are prepared for this and have two good cages - our dogs are well behaved. In this property they are not allowed to be left in these cages unattended (although they are regularly left in these at home. They are also not allowed to be exercised in the garden of the property and it is not secure so they cannot be allowed out at all in effect. This is compensated for by there being 500 acres of woodland trust within about 100 metres - but it is very restricting if they just want to stretch their legs after a day in the car - some people had clearly left - if you read the visitors book - we were less concerned but it did not feel too dog friendly. Other things in the property that let it down in particular were the leaking toilet - that has clearly been an issue for about a year (again according to the visitors book) we had to wash the mat from the bathroom - and it was not very hygienic or comfortable. Being low season they had also arranged for a wall to be rebuilt during our stay and there were builders there for the whole of one day - that meant we had to have the one window (patio doors) in an already dark room closed - and we had to further restrict our dogs - both from going out and from barking.We would have had to stay in a hotel and have two rooms, 2 adults 2 girls in late teens, and we would have had to put our dogs with sitters had we not used this place - the cost was expensive for three nights - in what I would call low season - but it was technically half term. This would put this small place at about a very high price for a week - low term - that I would expect pretty close to perfect for that in February in England - and it was not. The roads are a nightmare - and it is miles from anywhere. In summer I can imagine it would be beautiful - but if it is any more expensive then it would be unreasonable - not for everyone - but due to its proximity to relatives and convenience with the dogs - we would probably go again - but you need to know what you are getting."
Mrs Perkins - verified booking
"This is an ideal cottage if you enjoy walking and peace & quiet. Located within the Hucking Estate which is managed by the Woodland Trust, you can roam for hours and ideal if you have a dog. You would definanetley need a transport.However, the cottage was pretty basic. The washer/dryer, oven and dishwasher didn't work properly. The shower leaked under the bath so the bathroom floor needed mopping every time you had a shower. Damp was on the wall in the large bedroom. The wall in question was next to the bathroom. Cobwebs on the ceiling light fittings and around the ceiling walls. Not enough storage for groceries so had to rearrange the work tops to find a space for everything that we had and we didn't have a lot. The kitchen tap constantly dripped and looking back in the visitors book this and the shower had been a long standing problem which hadn't been fixed. The hand and bathroom towels that were left for our use were very 'rough'. It was like drying with sandpaper.Garden was large and semi secure."
norwichguy - verified booking
"Just got back from a week at the Stables (12th to 19th August). Two adults and our 7yr old Grandson. This is a lovely cottage with everything that you need for a relaxing week or as a base for exploring Kent and London. Spotlessly clean with good quality beds and bedding. (If you like a firm pillow, bring this with you as the pillows are feather filled and luxuriously soft). Mark was on hand for information and advice, but was also respectful of privacy etc. He had the balance perfect. If you like dogs, Bramble and Fudge are a delight, visiting regularly to say hello. Our Grandson loved the swimming pool and playing with Mark's Great Niece and Nephew. In fact we loved the whole grounds, William loved collecting fruit straight from the trees and making a fruit crumble!! I would recommend The Tudor Rose - just outside the gates - wonderful food and service. After a busy day in London, it was lovey coming back to such a peaceful setting."
Frances - verified booking
"Belmont Cottage is a hidden gem. This was a last minute booking in August to visit family, and there were not many properties available. This property was fully booked except for the week we wanted so we opted to choose it, albeit it is in an area we were not too sure about. We are very glad we did. The cottage is very comfortable, containing everything required (including 2 excellent T.V.'s!) The garden here is such a bonus, a really lovely area to sit out and for the dog to explore. On street parking was not really a problem, we usually managed to park next to property, or nearby. I walked the dog in the local cemetery not far away. It is vast, dog friendly (on a lead) lots of paths, and and trees, and many interesting gravestones. Dog bin at entrance. The Minster promenade is also very attractive. Dogs welcome by the beach huts to swim and walk off lead - shale beach and footpath. We would definitely return."
Dtboxer - verified booking
"Just returned from a week’s break at The Stables over half term and can’t recommend it highly enough. The accommodation has been really well converted, with comfortable rooms that are all tastefully decorated. The cottage sits in the expansive and beautifully maintained grounds of Upnor Castle House, overlooking the castle and the River Medway. It’s a truly stunning location. My sons (7 and 10) had great fun exploring and playing football and croquet. They also made some use of the swimming pool. Mark, the owner, was always on hand to advise about the local area and my kids loved playing with his dogs, Bramble and Truffle. We had some good day trips to the Clip n Climb centre in Tonbridge, Chislehurst Caves and Capstone Country Park in Gillingham. All in all, The Stables is a great place to stay and we’d love to return in the future."