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Book this 1 bedroom house in Gillingham today! A total of 4 people can sleep here comfortably.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 5/5 thanks to an average of 11 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $379 to as high as $937, depending on travel dates.
The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Jul 21, 2017.
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- 21 Jul 2017
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Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Gillingham Attractions
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Washing machine
- Smoking allowed
– based on 11 reviews
- Very Good
“Beautiful, warm and cosy”
Owners extremely helpful and friendly with a delicious tea on our arrival. weather not too special but the Chapel was very cosy and comfortable, in fact, home from home!
“A peaceful retreat in this lovely chapel.”
We regularly visited this area when our children were young and wanting to return again, found this delightfully restored chapel just south of the a303. This main road can help you get about quickly, but is not close enough to spoil the peace and quiet. We were made very welcome by John and Jennie Wood to this spacious cottage, which is well equipped and very comfortable. Stourhead is a wonderful garden just north of the main road and for the 'lads' there is The Fleet air arm Museum just half an hour away. Check out the Carrier deck. For Dad, a visit to the extensive Haynes Motor Museum just up the road. Heading to Weymouth with children? On the right of that road is Maiden Castle, an amazing, terraced site of the fort there that it took the Romans to conquer. Our young sons never forgot fighting there, one a Brit, the other a Roman. Things like this bring history to life in young minds. There are so many places to visit in Wiltshire and Dorset, this lovely cottage is a perfect location. Helen and Stephen Wright
“quirky relaxing stay”
This chapel has been restored with a lot of hardwork and love and with a outstanding finish, We loved the area, lots to do near by, monkey world, longleat, durdle door, Poole and Bath. Oweners lovely people chaple very clear a real home from home, only slight moan was the sofa bed
“Relaxing and private”
We really enjoyed are stay in what is a lovely and very unusual rental property
“Relaxing and friendly”
We really had a great time. The property looks modest from the outside but the attention to detail inside was exceptional. The owners did their utmost to ensure that our stay was enjoyable and stress-free. I would strongly recommend this property to anyone who wants a get away holiday. We were also prepared to travel further afield to the Dorset coast, Stonehenge and the Fleet air arm Museum. Good food in local pubs.
We spent a week in this delightfully Chapel conversion, which is in a good area for visiting many interesting places.
“A relaxing getaway, with easy access to surrounding areas”
The property was lovely. Welcoming scones and jam were a real treat. The TV could do with updating, but a minor point. The bedroom has twin beds and the bathroom is downstairs, something to bear in mind if it will bother you! Overall a very pleasant stay in a novel property.
“Unique cottage is actually an atmospheric rebuilt Chapel”
Exactly as the photos show on Sykes website, it is a spacious, well furnished cottage for two. Less than a year since it was completely rebuilt, it forms a good base for walkers, visits to one of the best landscape gardens in England and close to Shaftesbury and Salisbury. Owners very friendly, live across road and take pride in their unique property. Highly recommended for a quiet week.
“Exactly the holiday break that we needed”
We were very delighted with this property and the careful attention to detail in making it very user friendly. The owners were very helpful, welcoming and considerate and we were so please with the privacy and quiet of the position of the house. It was also very delightfully easy to access from London and the return trip only took us two hours. Such a wonderful contrast between rural Dorset and the bustle and fumes of London