At Canterbury Country Houses visitors to the South East of England get to choose from three stylish self-catering cottages; Ellens Cottage, the Old Tanneru and the Oast, all with their own traditional character and fully-equipped interiors. These country houses are a short distance away from historic Canterbury and are suitable for a number of requirements. The English Tourist Board has rated all of Canterbury Country Houses as five-star accommodation, with visitors able to enjoy a number of country pursuits, historic towns and villages that characterise this unique part of England.
What is the capacity for Canterbury Country Houses?
The Oast sleeps up to 8 people or 14 if booked in combination with the Old Tannery. It has two large ensuite kingsize bedrooms and two twins with a large family bathroom and a separate shower room. The Tannery sleeps up to 6 people or 14 if booked in combination with the Oast. The rooms consist of a master kingsize en-suite bedroom with a dressing room, a second kingsize en-suite bedroom and a twin with a separate bathroom. Ellens Cottage can accommodate up to 6 guests, it has one kingsize bedroom, one double and a twin with a family bathroom and separate shower room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Canterbury area?
Canterbury tourism has the perfect blend of town, coast and countryside, ensuring that no matter how varied your interests are, you'll be spoilt for choice. Enjoy a day out in Canterbury and visit the stunning Canterbury Cathedral, have a relaxing short break or an enjoyable family trip to the seaside of Herne Bay or Whitstable.
Cider and wine are made on Woolton Farm. In 2014, Kentish Pip Cider was founded and is now a major cider business with various awards. Woolton wine is solely made from Woolton's own little vineyard and both white and sparkling wines are sold in their shop.