- A great seaside escape for Londoners, equally good for exploring Kent or a business trip.
- 5 minutes walk from the rail station, 2 minutes from the bus station, and only 5 minutes walk to the Victorian seaside promenade, "The Leas".
- Don't miss the harbour & artistic quarter, great fish and chips, and stunning views across to the White Cliffs of Dover.
This is a very comfortable, spacious apartment — great for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, or families with kids.
We've used high quality beds, great furniture, and given attention to design in order to make this a fun getaway, that starts to feel like home while you're away.
The master bedroom is decorated in Shabby Chic style, with a king-size "Eve" memory foam mattress (firmness = soft).
Our "Woodland Room" has all natural flooring, and a king-size (zip&link) hotel quality bed (firmness = medium).
The children's room is furnished with a full-size high-sleeper. The lower futon converts into a double bed.
In the lounge, a large leather (John Lewis) sofa converts to a double bed (firm) taking the total number of people that can be accommodated up to 9.
There is a well equipped, brand new kitchen with a serving hatch through to the lounge allowing those with the kitchen duties to not to miss the conversation (or the movie).
The modern bathroom has a luxury walk-in shower, towel rail, and toilet.
There's also a second, separate toilet making life easier for larger groups and families.
Important points to note:
Steps: This is a very light and spacious lower-ground-floor apartment, and there are some outside steps to go down to get to the front door.
Noise levels: This is not a countryside location. It's perfectly located in the heart of Folkestone. There are offices above this apartment, so some low level noise from footfall is to be expected. The front of the building faces the road. The double glazing is good, and the noise levels from the road are low, but some low-level road noise also can be expected. That said, with the windows at the back of the building, the loudest noises are the birds singing in the garden :-)