Description:This attractive Victorian house stands in a quiet residential street in the heart of Canterbury and has now been turned into a family run bed and breakfast. It is within easy walking distance of St. Augustine s Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral and all that the City has to offer. Augustine s has an attractive walled garden together with a patio perfect for evening drinks and summer breakfasts. Home-made meals provided by prior arrangement and in the morning breakfast offers plenty of choice.
Bedrooms:2 Bathrooms:1 Property Type:Vacation Home Sleeps:3
Amenities:Central heating, Child Friendly, DVD Player, Laundry, Microwave, No Pets, Non-Smoking, Oven, Patio, Refrigerator, TowelsActivities:Beach, Restaurants, Sightseeing
Description:This end-terraced cottage is located in the heart of Canterbury and can sleep three people in two bedrooms. 9 Linden Grove is an end-terraced cottage in the centre of the historic Kent city of Canterbury. The cottage sleeps three people and has one double bedroom with an en-suite and a single room. Also in the cottage is a fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside is shared off road parking for one car on a first come, first served basis and a patio garden with outdoor furniture. Perfect for a city break, 9 Linden Grove is a wonderful cottage in a fabulous location. n nAmenities: Gas central heating with gas fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, 2 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Shared off road parking for 1 car on a first come, first served basis, additional roadside parking 2 mins walk. Patio with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk. Note: There is a right of way to adjoining properties between the rear of the cottage and the garden. Note: There are 2 steps up to the kitchen from the sitting room. Note: Sloping ceiling in single bedroom. Note: The only bathroom is the en-suite to the double bedroom. n nRegion: Kent is affectionately known as the Garden of England. Its history and heritage provide the region with a rich array of sightseeing possibilities, while the stunning choice of Blue Flag beaches offer the chance to enjoy the beautiful coastline. n nTown: Canterbury is home to its famous cathedral, one of the oldest in Britain, and today, is also home to a host of contemporary shops, bars and restaurants.