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'Little Impetts' 17th century

Canterbury, Kent, England

'Little Impetts' 17th century in Canterbury, Kent, England
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About 'Little Impetts' 17th century

'Little Impetts' is a 17th century thatched cottage, popular with visitors on staycation, it is a later addition to 'Impetts' It is a beautiful thatched cottage set in the East Kent countryside, they were originally two cottages converted to one in the late 20th century then made into a self contained beautiful cottage. We are situated in a quiet lane which is a dead end leading to All saints Church and open fields, also intercepts the well known saxon shore way walk, with walks along the River Stour too. The Parish starts at Plucks Gutter where the river Stour is crossed and continues through the settlements of East Stourmouth & West Stourmouth. To see a video of little impetts go to YOU TUBE, the video shows the local area and some of the local attractions.You then enter 'little Impetts' via the rear door which opens up
into the lounge, which also has a kitchenette within, to your left is the staircase, which leads to the
main bedroom and Bathroom, which also has a shower, w/c and Bath. The Bedroom has one double bed. on your right is bedroom 2 The room sizes are as follows, lounge kitchenette is 15'2' x11'2'. Bedroom 1.15'2' x11'2' Bedroom 2 G/F 15'2' x 6'6' Bathroom 15'2' x 6'2', the 5th person (small adult or child) would be on a zed bed in a room of your choice, we are sure that you will enjoy your stay in this beautiful and quiet countryside.
West Stourmouth is a very quiet place to visit, if you are looking to just get away from it all and relax, its perfect. You can simply email us, for payment details at no extra cost to you, PayPal invoice, cheque or bank transfer.
More Guest Book Comments, and details on Holiday Lettings website, please google Little Impetts.
It's been lovely to be the first visitors to your charming little cottage, very cosy and quiet-we've all enjoyed the walks straight from the door in all directions, and to the many local pubs, especially those at wickhambreaux & stodmarsh. The sunny courtyard has also been a bonus. Many Thanks. Andrew, Judy and Monty our Collie.
Your cottage is very cosy and attention to detail is amazing. Courtyard is lovely, but sadly we haven't had the weather for it. We loved Whitstable, Canterbury, and cliff walks around Broadstairs. Stephen and Liz , and Misty our Cocker Spaniel..
Thankyou for the superb week in 'Little Impetts' and thanks to your sons schedule we made it to Canterbury without a car! The cottage has been very comfortable... we slept like lillies. full of beauty, we therefore say goodbye and to be back soon. Thanks Nils, Debby, Rykman and Alexa Gorree. visiting from Holland
Ray and Carol
Quiet, relaxing, soothing and very enjoyable. We appreciated the attention to detail making the stay in a small cottage easy to manage,. Dietary requirements meant that we were totally self-catering, and, found we coped more than adequately.
Wifi. Heating. Electric. Gas, and Pets! Are all included in the rental rates too!
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