- £612 per week
- £87 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
Beds & bedrooms
- 4 single Zip&Link beds (combine for king/super king)
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
How far to ...?
- Beach 12 miles
- Pub 1 mile
- Shop 3 miles
- Pony trekking/horse riding
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
Originally the village schoolroom, this beautifully converted early Victorian property in the centre of the village offers comfortable, cosy accommodation for 4 people and the family dog. Waltham is located only a few minutes drive from the beautiful and historic city of Canterbury, yet is surrounded by stunning unspoilt peaceful countryside, perfect for those who enjoy the outdoors, from walking on the Kent Downs to mountain biking in nearby Denge Woods and horse riding at the village stables. The excellent country pub, The Compasses Inn is just a few minutes walk across the field behind the house, a gastro pub awarded Food Pub of the Year 2017. With Canterbury so close to hand it is worth spending some time visiting the world famous cathedral and exploring this beautiful vibrant city. With great shopping, superb independent cafes and restaurants and museums such as The Roman Pavement and the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, you may need more than one visit. Venture a little further afield to the coast and the traditional seaside towns of Hythe and Sandgate, offer independent shops, antique shops, a miniature steam railway and a lovely esplanade for breathing in the salty sea air.
Shop: 3 miles Pub: 1 mile Coast: 12 miles
Step directly into the kitchen area, the whole of the ground floor has oak flooring with rugs...
Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room
Kitchen is well equipped with cottage style units. There is a fridge/freezer and microwave, a four ring electric hob with extractor fan above and oven beneath. There is also a dishwasher and a microwave and a Tassimo coffee machine
Dining Area has a round pine dining table and chairs with a high chair and a Bluetooth music system -JVC cd player and radio
Sitting Area with French doors leading to the garden, a wood burning stove, 3 seater sofa, an armchair, a coffee table and lamps, and an occasional table, T.V. with Freeview service and DVD player
A carpeted turning wooden staircase leading to...
Bedroom 1 is carpeted and has dual aspect windows with a beamed and vaulted ceiling. There are 2 skylight windows with built-in black-out blinds, 2'6" zip 'n link beds which are made up as a king size bed, bedside tables and lamps, a chest of drawers and hooks for hanging clothes
Bedroom 2 is carpeted and has dual aspect windows (1 skylight with a built in black-out blind) with a beamed and vaulted ceiling. There are 2' 6" zip 'n link beds which are made up as a king size bed, bedside tables and lamps, a chest of drawers and hooks for hanging clothes. There is also an extra sofa bed for an extra child.
Bathroom is tiled and has an obscured glass skylight. There is a bath with shower over and a fixed shower screen, a hand basin, w.c. and radiator heated towel rail
Garden: A small enclosed gravelled garden with garden furniture and barbecue overlooking an orchard.
Parking: Private drive in front of the house with space for 2 cars
Heating: Central heating and wood burning stove
Pets: Accepts 1 well behaved dog at this property. Please take own bowls & bedding and ensure pets do not go into bedrooms or on furniture. Never leave pets alone in the property. Please clear all evidence of pets from gardens etc. before leaving. Please visit our Holidays With Your Pet page for full information. The owners have 4 dachsunds and live next door, so visiting dogs must be friendly.
Notes: Please advise on required bed make-up for zip 'n link beds and if sofa bed is required. A travel cot and high chair are available for guest use.
We absolutely loved staying at The Old Schoolroom, the cottage was very inviting and after a long day of exploring we couldn't wait to get back, sit in front of the log burner and enjoy a glass of wine!
Fabulous place and a warm welcome, we would recommend it
Thank you for a wonderful stay at your charming cottage. The Old Schoolroom is full of character. We had such a warm welcome and really appreciated the jam and marmalade. There is so much to do around and although we have been in Kent a number of times before and love revisiting places, great views from Dover cliffs and lighthouse, Turner Contemporary in Margate, shopping in Tenterden, Sissinghurst to name a few. There is still so much to discover.
Thank you so much to the owners. We have felt very much at home in The Old Schoolroom. we really don't want to leave and will be back. The welcome pack was much appreciated.
Great base for visiting Canterbury, Whitstable and the local countryside. We had a great time at Howletts Wildlife park and a delicious meal in The compasses Inn. Thank you for the recommendations. Thank you also for the welcome goodies, the marmalade in particular was delicious.
A big thank you to the owners for the wonderful stay we had at your cottage. It really was a home from home stay these past days and we have enjoyed our first time in Kent very much. Thank you in particular for the homemade marmalade and all the tips you gave us on things to do nearby. We only managed a few of them hence there's plenty more to explore to come back again. Our time at The Old Schoolroom will always be remembered as the first time our daughter got to ride a horse with saddle and stirrups and our son cut his first tooth.
Thank you for letting me and my human family come and stay in your lovely home. I'm afraid I couldn't keep the humans off the furniture but I made them clean up after themselves. Thank you.
Thank you so much to the owners for a wonderful stay at The Old Schoolroom. We had a fantastic time and there is so much to do locally. Thanks for everything and making us fee welcome.
Thank you for our stay in the beautiful Waltham countryside. Although we knew Kent well this wasn't an area we were familiar with but it didn't disappoint. Had a lovely day in Canterbury, always worth a visit. Spent some time in Folkestone and enjoyed spotting the art installation dotted about. Chapel Down vineyard was another great day out for us, just outside Tenterden. We continued to Rye which is a favourite of ours. Particularly enjoyed local villages especially our local meal at the Woolpack Inn, Chilham (dog friendly) and Perrys farm shop cafe in Wye, also dog friendly. If you are in to shopping the Ashford outlet is not far away, all dog friendly. The Devils Kneading Trough is a lovely walk. Sweet cottage, friendly owners and their dog.
We had an excellent stay. Our host was so helpful