Rose Cottage

Reference Number:HK124

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sun icon 4 Bedrooms
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sun icon Quaint character in a village location

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Rose Cottage, Great Chart

This cottage if full of character and quirks; from exposed beams and brickwork to feature fireplaces. Originally 2 cottages and dating back hundreds of years, features like the now obsolete second ‘staircase to nowhere’ give this property its unique feel from the past. Not all is from its historic background, with an excellent blend of merging old and modern tastes, giving a nice contemporary feel in each room. The finish has been given a great deal of care and attention, from the luxurious carpets to preserving the Grade II listed highlights throughout the property. The cottage garden is great for those who enjoy gardening with access to the greenhouse to nurture/ harvest the produce yourself depending on the season.

The Cottage

The entrance hall is finished with a brick floor (some of which is original!), a wood-burning stove and desk area makes a great office space to read or type. Stepping up from this, the spacious kitchen area which includes electric oven and hob as well as built-in appliances. Off from the kitchen is the dining room which creates a fantastic light and airy feel with the opportunity to open all the patio doors/ windows and go semi Al-fresco! Also on the ground floor is a spacious lounge area with inglenook fireplace, including a second wood burner, large flat-screen TV and comfortable seating. A single bedroom which includes a feature bath, WC and basin is also just off the lounge. Upstairs are the 3 remaining bedrooms along with a contemporary shower-room including large shower, WC and Basin. The spacious master bedroom features a king-size bed, plenty of storage space and en-suite shower with basin. There is a second double bedroom and another twin room with two single beds.

The Location

Rose Cottage is located in the quaint village of Great Chart, just on the outskirts of Ashford, also within walking distance to two good pubs as well as the open country. The centre of Ashford is around 20 minutes walk with high speed rail links up to London or Paris and the continent. Ashford hosts a selection of restaurants pubs in and around the local area as well as shopping in the town centre and Designer Outlet. The ancient city of Canterbury is a short and worthwhile trip with its Cathedral, restaurants, bars and shopping. Located in the Garden of England there are plenty of discoveries dotted around the countryside; Godinton House and gardens is a nice walk away and further afield is Leeds Castle, Sissinghurst and Scotney, all of which make great days out.

General Facilities

  • Wireless Broadband
  • Linens, towels and utilities included
  • Character property
  • Exposed beams and brick
  • Well equipped modern kitchen
  • Dishwasher
  • Full size Fridge/Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Flat-screen digital TV
  • Washing Machine
  • Utility room
  • 2 Wood-burning stoves
  • Gas fired central heating
  • 2 bath/shower-rooms…
  • …Extra en-suite shower
  • Garden with furniture + Greenhouse
  • Private Parking
  • Cot and highchair


  • Prices Per Week
  • Jan 7 – Apr 7 £550
  • Apr 8 – Apr 21 £750
  • Apr 22 – Apr 28 £650
  • Apr 29 – May 5 £700
  • May 6 – May 26 £650
  • May 27 – Jun 2 £800
  • Jun 3 – Jun 30 £675
  • Jul 1 – Sept 1 £925
  • Sept 2 – Nov 3 £650
  • Nov 4 – Dec 15 £550
  • Christmas/New Year £995

Saturday Changeover, No Pets, No Smoking

Nearby Attractions

  • Ashford: Walking distance
  • Seaside at Camber Sands: 25 mins by car
  • Tenterden: 15 mins by car
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