|Tipo de imóvel||casebre|
|Estadia Mínima||3 - 7 noites|
A deposit of 20% of the total price will be required to secure the property, the remaining balance is due 8 weeks before the arrival date. A £100 refundable security deposit will also be required, this will be returned within 7 days of your departure.
Electricity/heating is to be paid for using a £1 coin meter, the first £10 per week is included in the rental price.
2 days charged @ 65% of weekly rate
3 days charged @ 70% of weekly rate
4 days charged @ 75% of weekly rate
This is a lovely spot to stay with views across the downs. Dog friendly with mown paths in the field. The owners Ian and Amanda are super helpful and friendly. Our golden retriever enjoyed hanging out with their dog, Bella. Handy for the Channel Tunnel, Dover Castle, Canterbury, beaches etc. A very good choice for us.
A warm welcome awaits you at Grabtree Farm . On arrival, it very soon becomes clear that these cottages and grounds are immaculately maintained by two very hard working owners who work tirelessly each hour of the day to present the very best in holiday accommodation. The cottages are extremely well decorated and furnished with quality furniture. Patio doors from the living room take you out onto a small private paved area where you look out onto immaculately maintained gardens. From your doorstep there is around 12 acres of countryside to explore and a paddock for children to play safely. Alternatively, you can wander down quite country lanes and join the Kent Downs. Off road parking is available within yards of the property. Approx 4 miles from these cottages lies the charming village of Wye where there is a bakery, takeaway and a well stocked Coop Food store. The towns of Ashford and Canterbury are also within easy traveling distance. It is extremely hard to criticise these cottages as I feel they offer exceptional value for money, however my only dislike is the fact that you need to remember to have a supply of £1 coins for the meter, however I am sure there is always a supply available from the owners if needed. All in all, I would have no hesitation in recommending these pet friendly cottages for a family holiday in the garden of England.
My husband and I wanted to visit Kent and take our dog with us because he's part of our family and we don't like leaving him behind. We were all welcome at Crabtree Farm and North Stable Cottage was a lovely home from home where we felt relaxed. Ian and Amanda were attentive hosts and made sure our every need was catered for. We would definitely recommend a stay here
Cosy cottages set in beautiful kent countryside. Very tastefully decorated with all modern amenities. Perfect place for families with young children. Friendly hosts. This is very rural so a car is a must, mobile phone coverage is sporadic. Internet access was also up and down but the friendly owners were very helpful in sorting any problems out. I would highly recommend this property.
In October 2012 we spent 10 days on the Crabtree Farm in Kent. The whole property was very quite and beautiful. A perfect place to relax. All rooms were well equipped and offer a nice atmosphere. Ian and Amanda were very helpful, hospitable and friendly.
The cottage is well located in the southeast of England. From there we could explore the whole coast, many sights like castles, cathedrals etc. and of course London. The best supermarket is the newly opened Sainsbury`s in Ashford.
We can recommend this accommodation without any restrictions.
In June 2011 we spent a couple of days in Kent and stayed in Crabtreefarm, where we had rented The Granery (part of Crabtree Farm), a beautiful, new cottage, with all amenities that one could wish for (oven, microwave, washer, wireless internet, and so on). This cottage holds 4 adults very comfortable, with one bathroom downstairs, and one bathroom connected to the master bedroom. Kitchen was very well equipped. Owners were very helpful and friendly, when required, but also made sure that we did have a lot of privacy. Please note that cell phone reception at the cottage is really difficult (mostly no connection). Also note that if you drive up here using satnav then the best way to get here is from the main road Ashford/Canterbury to follow the signposts Wye and then on to Haistinleigh. We came via Ashford and Brook and the satnav took us for several miles through extremely small roads.
From the cottage we explored the city of Canterbury with its beautiful Cathedral (do add the additional audio guide – it is very much worth it). As it was raining quite a bit, we also decided to travel to London.
If we would come back to this area we would certainly consider staying here again.