[ kan-ter-ber-ee, -buh-ree ]
A city in SE England, in E Kent: starting point for St Augustine's mission to England (597 ad); cathedral where St Thomas à Becket was martyred
Canterbury Cottage pays homage to Chauncer's Canterbury Tales, and captures the cozy atmosphere of a traditonal English Cottage or fisherman's retreat. The buliding is quintly fashioned in old World Architeture with a lovely queen size bed and gas fireplace. The oak table is a perfect breakfast nook, lit with a sky light and chandelier. It has a walk in shower, and majestic gated courtyard with ivy, a magical mural wall, and dimly lit hot tub to completey embrace privacy and relaxation.
“Though there was nowhere one so busy as he/ He was less busy than he seemed to be.”
~ Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales
This room accommodates two guests
Larger parties please inquire via phone or email*