Our offices in Kent give us an unrivalled local knowledge, passion for the county and an unrivalled ability to help our customers get the cottage holiday they really want! We also have a good knowledge of our neighbouring county of Sussex.
Our Cranbrook office enjoys a prime location on the popular and bustling High Street – home to a wide variety of speciality shops, pubs and even a Michelin star restaurant. The pretty bay window of our Grade II Listed building is a great way to showcase the fantastic self-catering cottages we market and has a quarterly theme to ring the changes.
The reservations team occupy the ground floor – led by Kate and they greet new customers and prospective homeowners face to face as they pop in for information. Local homeowners enjoy popping in for a chat – sometimes for a quick cup of tea too! In the summer – when lunchtime comes around – our sun-trap courtyard beckons and is a great place to recharge your batteries for the busy afternoon ahead.
Having our office in the countryside really makes us appreciate the beauty that surrounds us. It really isn't surprising that people want to holiday here and enjoy beautiful self-catering cottages set amongst lush green countryside or along the chic coastal towns. What more could you want from a holiday in the UK?
Our Sandwich office is located down one of the little winding streets in this beautiful medieval market town. Compact and bijoux with lovely big windows on both sides that overlook the church gardens of St. Peter’s, it is manned by Angela the Property Manager and Brenda who deals with reservations. Just next door is a fabulous little coffee shop called ‘Goats That Dance’ – great for a sneaky almond slice and a cappuccino for visiting clients!!
The town attracts a large number of tourists all year round who come to explore the many historic sites and buildings. The river Stour runs through the town and has a fabulous river walk – perfect for a leg stretch at lunchtime! The world famous Royal St George’s golf course is at Sandwich Bay and the seaside town of Deal with its lovely pier is only ten minutes away. No wonder so many people enjoy visiting this far flung corner of Kent.