Self-catering accommodation in Chatham and nearby, for short breaks and holidays in Kent

3 rental properties match your search for Self-catering accommodation in Chatham, Kent, for short breaks and holidays

Hoath Country House, High Weald AONB, Chiddingstone, Kent, South East England, England

7 bedroom Medieval Manor House

sleeps 10 - 26 guests
10 - 26
7 bedrooms
7 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 2 dog(s) welcome
5 star

Searching for an impressive historical country house in Kent? If so this 7 bedroom manor house could be perfect for your party, special event or special holiday, with a games room with snooker table and grand piano plus beautifully presented extensive gardens with tennis courts, this is a great place for large groups of up to 26 friends or family to holiday altogether.

Special features: free internet access, tennis court, games room.

Weekly Price from: £1595
Next availability:
from 29 May to 12 June 20 from 15 June to 26 June 20

Shepherd Holiday Farmhouse, Lenham Heath, Kent, South East England, England

4 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 1 - 7 guests
1 - 7
4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
no dogs allowed
4 star

4 bedroom holiday house with charm and character in the Kent Downs, near Ashford.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £460
Next availability:
from 27 May to 11 July 20 from 18 July to 22 August 20

The Herons, South Woodham Ferrers, Essex, East Anglia, England

1 bedroom House

sleeps 1 - 2 guests
1 - 2
1 bedrooms
1 bathrooms
no dogs allowed

Well presented holiday cottage sleeping 2 in the pleasant town of South Woodham Ferrers, with riverside walks available near by as well as good train links in to London.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £300

Searching for a self-catering holiday rental in Chatham or nearby? Chatham in Kent is a former fishing village with a long history of growth and redevelopment. King Henry the VIII sited his naval base there and ship building continued through the years. A permanent maritime exhibition features several historic ships including the Victorian HMS Gannet. The Museum of the Royal Dockyard covers over 400 years of history from the Armada to the Falklands. Dickensian Rochester with its Victorian High Street, Castle and the second oldest cathedral in Britain lies over the River Medway.The dockland area has undergone a period of regeneration in recent years with the building of smart flats overlooking the water. Chatham has good access to London and the Dartford Crossing into Essex via the M2 motorway.Things to do in Chatham:

  • Sail on the Kingswear Castle Paddle Steamer
  • Tour an original Georgian/Napoleonic Fortress at Fort Amherst Park and Caverns

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