A maisonette property in the Kent village of St. Margaret's at Cliffe that can sleep five people in three bedrooms.
Saxon Way Cottage is a high quality maisonette property in St. Margaret's at Cliffe in Kent. It has three bedrooms comprising of two king-size beds and a single as well as a family bathroom and shower room, it can sleep five people. Also inside there is a kitchen and a living dining room with a woodburning stove. To the outside there is off road parking to the back of the house and a rear courtyard with a table, chairs and bike storage. Saxon Way Cottage is an exquisite property in a fantastic seaside location.
Amenities: Gas central heating with woodburning stove. Electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Bike storage. Courtyard garden with furniture. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Note: 1 well behaved dog allowed. Note: No children under the age of 13 except babes in arms.
Please note: We advise you not use the back road to the garage as it is an un-adopted road. Please park the car in the Driveway and walk down to the property which is around 150 to 200 yards.
Region: 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.
Town: St. Margaret's at Cliffe has long been a holiday hideaway and during the years has been home to many famous people including Noel Coward, Peter Ustinov and Ian Fleming. Some of the Bond books were indeed written while Fleming was staying at his home in St Margaret's at Cliffe. It is believed he gave his character James Bond agent number 007 after the number of the bus that still runs between London and Deal. At one end of St Margaret's Bay there are a few cottages, two were owned by Fleming, one of which was rented to Noel Coward and are still there looking out over the English Channel. The coastline above the beaches are The White Cliffs famous throughout history as the a defence against invaders and often seen in films as the first glimpse of English shoreline. These high chalk cliffs look out across the English Channel towards the French coast less than twenty miles away. Now run by the National Trust, there is a visitor centre and tea rooms as well as regular events and interesting talks, and just the place for a bracing walk after a delicious lunch at one of the many pubs around the village. Walking and cycling are great attractions around this part of the Kent coastline, but as it's name suggests St. Margaret's at Cliffe has some steep lanes and roadways up from the beach so allow a little extra time and reserve some energy for coming back up! A popular cycling route is along the coastline to Deal. Appealing to all ages, Deal has an excellent range of independent shops, three weekly markets, two castles, beautiful architecture, a pier and two museums. Dover, in the opposite direction, offers visitors the chance to take a ferry across the Channel and sample the delights of the Continent first hand. Experience a French market choosing cheese, fruit and bread for a picnic lunch, explore the shops for something extra special to take home as a souvenir, promenade along the boulevards or just people watch as you dine alfresco while enjoying a glass or two of French wine. And you never know, as you gaze across the sea, on the other side of the Channel there may be someone doing the very same at a table somewhere in St. Margaret's at Cliffe.