Rent self catering holiday cottages in and around the historic city of Canterbury in Kent

Although a much smaller city that many in the UK, Canterbury is not only the seat of the most famous and senior bishop – the Archbishop of Canterbury, principal leader of the Church of England, the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion – but also one of the most visited city in the UK. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site simply overflowing with history and historical buildings, including the city walls dating back to Roman times, substantial ruins of an important Norman castle, Canterbury Cathedral (founded in 597), Abbeys, schools and an association with a clutch of saints.

Cosmopolitan cafes, restaurants and bars offer self caterers the ultimate treat! - suitable for the whole family or a couple on quick weekend romantic city break. Many of the cottages are within easy driving distance of Canterbury and offer a more rural experience in one of England's most sought after holiday destinations.

Book now - one of the 5 star luxury holiday houses or contemporary city self-catering, filter your dates and select if you want a pet friendly place to stay. Happy holiday!

Lovely detached holiday cottage | Robin’s Nest, Westbere, near Canterbury

Robins Nest, Kent

Pet friendly accommodation in Westbere, near Canterbury with 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6. Enclosed Garden / Patio, Golf nearby, Pub within 1 mile, Short Breaks All Year.

Very comfortable accommodation, close to Canterbury, local attractions, beaches and dog walking, and a 14th-century inn within minutes’ walk. What’s not to like?. The small...

  • Barbecue
  • Bike Store
  • Bungalow
  • Detached Property
  • Rural Location
  • Woodburning Stove
  • WiFi
  • Fishing Nearby/On-site
  • Newly Listed Property
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  • Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
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Staying in Canterbury

There are plenty of things the self catering cottage holiday maker can enjoy in and around the city including (as mentioned) walking, cycling, outdoor pursuits, parks, gardens, nature reserves (in the surrounding area) and even canoeing. Westgate Parks and Goodnestone Park Gardens are certainly worth a visit. The Whitefriars shopping area, as well as King’s Mile, St Dunstan and Westgate offers a vast array of goods and foods to cater for all tastes in food, fine art, clothing, jewelry, gifts, handcrafts and antiques. There is also a market (St George’s Street) all day every Wednesday and Friday selling absolutely everything.