Self-catering with 1 unit £379-£497 pupw sleeps 1-3
40A Ivy Lane is a Grade II listed cottage with its own courtyard garden located in the heart of Canterbury. The cottage has been lovingly refurbished by master craftsman and talented architect to create a truly exception holiday accommodation.
The open plan ground floor with oak parquet flooring throughout incorporates custom built kitchen, living and dining space. The cottage also featured in The Times ‘Thirty Best Homes in Britain’, it is also located close to the famous city walls.
This open-plan living space is accessed directly off the street and includes an intimate sitting area, furnished with modern sofa, chair and coffee table. The living space also boasts an efficient wood-burning stove which is in the original fireplace.
The custom made kitchen is well equipped with ceramic hob, slim line dishwasher, under counter fridge with ice compartment and a washing machine.
Winding stairs with a door from the living space lead to the first floor landing where both bedrooms and the bathroom are located.
This romantic sunny bedroom overlooks the courtyard garden and has a double bed, bedside tables and a stylish custom made vanity unit.
Beautifully refurbished with Villeroy and Boch suite comprising bath with rain shower over, basin and WC plus solid marble tiles and storage concealed by large mirrors.
Overlooking Ivy Lane, the day bed makes this a comfortable single room or great dressing/reading room with storage in the built in wardrobe with shelves. The room's still being furnished to a high standard and photos will be added in December.
The sunny courtyard garden is accessed through double doors from the kitchen area and has a functional shed for bins and bikes with easy access through a passage to the side of the house.
TR 153576 51.27690 1.08624
From the St Georges Roundabout where the A2 meets the A28, exit onto St George’s A257
After 1.5 turn left onto Lower Chantry Lane signposted to Sandwich, A257
After 1.6 turn left onto Ivy Lane
There’s a public car park on ivy Lane, just past the cottage on the left or on adjacent Longport, just across the road from 40A