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A Luxurious Modern Scandinavian Design cedar clad house located within the grounds of an old Victorian fire station in the UNESCO world heritage site of Canterbury.
This property is unique in Canterbury as there is nothing else like it. The property is tucked away off the main road behind a former Victorian fire station and comprises of two large bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms and King size beds. The master bedroom is 25ft/ 8m long and has a separate sleeping area with a double sofa bed and balcony overlooking the courtyard. The second bedroom is a garden room overlooking the courtyard and comes with a flat screen T.V. There is also a large reception room 25ft/8m long with 2 Italian leather sofas, flat screen T.V, with satellite digital channels, dvd player and music center with I-pod docking station and a dining area that can seat up to 10 people along with a well equipped Kitchen/ Diner that seats 4.
The Old Fire Station is a unique property like no other to be found in the Canterbury area and is located less than 5 minutes walk from the City Centre It comprises of 2 separate properties. 'Arthouse' is a Grade II listed former Victorian Fire Station and 'Cedar House', a Modern Malibu inspired Scandinavian designed Cedar clad house with a courtyard garden wraps around the house to give it a very private feel. Free secure parking and WI-FI are provided. Local shops are less than 5 minutes walk away.
And lastly Firemans Cottage, our new addition. A cosy victorian 2 Bedroom Cottage full of character and own private garden.
The trendy fishing village of Whitstable is only 15 minutes drive away, famed for its oysters and sea food or the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Broadstairs and stunning Botany Bay (England's best kept secret) only 30 minutes drive. Closer to Canterbury are ancient woodlands, 2 fantastic wildlife parks and plenty of idyllic country villages and pubs serving local fayre. Further afield, the medieval hilltop village of Rye, Camber sands and Dover castle and rail links to London.
We are a family run business who have been renting out holiday homes for the past 8 years in Canterbury, where we live. My wife and I have travelled all over the world and have stated in many holiday rentals, giving us a great insight into the needs of any holiday makers.We take great pride in our properties and hope that you will enjoy staying with us.
sebastian stephens purchased this villa in 2013
This is a truly unique property as there is no other like it in Canterbury.
I caught glimpses of Cedar House through the opened gates of the old fire station which we also bought at the same time. It was always a wish of mine to own an unusual property should ever the opportunity arose, which happened when the property came onto the market for sale. I came just to look but ended up buying it as it was such an amazing unique chance to own such an individual property.
Well Located for the city centre, tucked away in a peaceful and quiet location.
Free secure parking and part of an old Victorian Fire Station. All three properties can be rented individually, as a pair or altogether as 'The Old Fire station', sleeping up to ,4,6, 10, 12 or 16 people.
'We had a wonderful time at Cedar House@ The Old Fire Station. Plenty of room and comfortable. Sebastian was a wonderful host with anything that we needed. I can't wait to go back and visit Canterbury, England again,.
Please note: This property can be rented as a one bedroom or two bedroom unit.
If rented as a 4 person unit, the second bed is a sofa bed within the master bedroom, so ideal for friends or family.
If your requirement is for 2 separate bedrooms, it must be taken as a 6 person unit
An additional fee of £20 per night applies on the daily rate and £60 on the weekly rate for the 6 person unit. Rates apply 2/10/15 to 24/10/16
Very nice flat, with everything you need. Close to city Centre and all attractions of Canterbury. I am grateful to the kind owner for the whole support.
We were staying here to be near family for a celebration. The property is very well located within easy walking distance of central Canterbury. We were met by Adelle who was extremely welcoming and told us all we needed to know about the house. There were three of us staying and the accommodation was more than roomy for our needs - there being two good double bedrooms. The kitchen is spacious and very well equipped though there are restaurants and pubs nearby. The lounge is comfortable and large and the bedrooms roomy and also comfy. The wifi works well and is a real bonus. The property was extremely clean and warm. We were staying in late Autumn so did not use the outside space but the outdoor table and chairs would be great in the summer. I would certainly recommend this property.
Our daughter is spending this Fall semester abroad in Canterbury, England at Christ's Church University. During October, my wife and I visited her to spend a week with her getting to know this lovely inspirational village. We needed a "home" for the week and we decided to rent the Cedar House at the Old Fire Station based on past commentaries. The house was all that the website advertised. It is a cozy, modern two bedroom home large enough for my wife, our daughter, and me to stay. The home was gorgeous with plenty of glass for sunlight. The rooms were all much larger than we had expected for an English (in town) home as well. The home itself is within a 10 minute walk of the center of Canterbury, which allowed us to visit my daughter's campus, do some sight seeing, and enjoy the fine cuisine of the area. It was also very easy to find with our rental car right off of the A2. The home itself boasts a very modern kitchen (hot chocolate every night!), roomy dining/family area, comfortable beds in spacious bedrooms. The upstairs master suite was ideal. With a private courtyard setting, this was the perfect home away from home for us.
Our stay at Cedar House, London Rd, Canterbury, was one of the best and most special vacation experiences we've ever had. The property's description, amenities and central location are all understated. It is well worth the value and we can't wait to return.
Great Location, less than 10 minute walk to center of Canterbury and 5 minutes from the station. The property was clean and furnished to high spec. Comfortably fits 7 people, the owners put up a single bed for us in case our 7th guest stayed. There is a Londis and Sainsbury local les than 5 minutes walk to.
The property was easy to access, we arranged to meet the cleaner on arrival. The kitchen is large and modern, the living space is open plan and both bedrooms were clean with en suite. Towels provided. Nice an quiet at night so we all slept very well, the bed were very comfortable.
Free parking on site, fit two small cars. Safe and private driveway.
Great price and would highly recommend this to anyone looking to staying in the area. We booked to stay in Canterbury as part of our visit to Port Lympne Reserve in Hythe, which was less than 30 minutes drive.
If visiting Canterbury again we would all book this property again and recommend it to family/friends.
Thank for having us
De woning was van alles voorzien, erg handig. Er stond een bbq, was/droogmachine, strijkbout, dvd speler, films, boeken. Op loopafstand naar het centrum van Canterbury. Ook zit er een kleine supermarkt in de buurt die ruime openingstijden heeft. Met de auto zit op 5 min. afstand een grote supermarkt.Ook op loopafstand het station, waardoor je makkelijk de trein naar Londen kunt nemen.
De woning is heerlijk ruim.
There are loads of great activities and sights to see around Canterbury. There are a number of great castle to visit, namely Dover, Bodiam, Leeds and Hever castle. There are some fantastic wildlife parks including, Howletts, Port Lymphne and Wildwood. There are some great bicycle rides and walks to be had in our surrounding ancient woods and some excellent villages to visit including the port cinque town of Rye. A day at the Victorian seaside town of Broadstairs is not too be missed as well as gorging yourself on excellent seafood and sunsets in the charming fishing village of Whitstable. Canterbury Cathedral is the main tourist attraction of the area and is a UNESCO world heritage site.