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10 Farrier Street

Deal, Kent

10 Farrier Street, in Deal, Kent is a large coastal holiday cottage, sleeping 8 people in 4 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. This family and pet friendly property is set at right angles to the sea front within the highly attractive conservation area of Deal and has a gorgeous private courtyard garden too.
From £0 for 7 nights

Key Features

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Child Friendly
  • Pet Friendly (up to 1 pet)

Facilities

Key Features

  • Open fire/log burner
  • Outside space
  • Pub near by
  • Garden
  • Romantic cottages
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Courtyard Garden

Kitchen / Housekeeping

  • Iron and board
  • Tumble dryer
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Hamper
  • Washing Machine
  • Hair Dryer
  • Dish Washer

Location

  • Close to amenities
  • Coastal property

Entertainment

  • BBQ
  • TV
  • Cable / Satellite TV

Children / Infants

  • Children Welcome
  • Travel Cot available on request
  • High Chair available on request

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Property Description

10 Farrier Street, also known as 'Smuggler's Cottage', is a large grade II listed house, set amongst other beautiful period houses. This property has very recently been sympathetically and stylishly refurbished; the property was formerly owned by the Queen Mothers interior designer, Lady Barbara Davy, and retains much of her original style, now upgraded to modern day standards. Smugglers Cottage is the perfect place for a seaside getaway for friends and family, with your own private cocktail bar stocked with spirits!

All bedrooms have French country cottage style beds from Barker and Stonehouse considerately made from reclaimed wood. Most importantly we want to ensure you have a perfect night’s sleep. With award winning Eve hybrid mattresses that combine 650 pocket springs, together with the latest in foam technology to provide pure comfort and top-to-toe support. Luxurious light weight goose down duvets are provided (these are changed to match the season) as well as both goose down, and duck down pillows so you can find that perfect combination of firmness. Finally, hotel quality crisp white linen is used, and fluffy white towels are provided.

Luxurious Haeckels(R) hand and body cleansers are provided in all bathrooms. Haeckels is a family company that hand crafts products in their cliff top lab in Margate, Kent using locally hand harvested seaweed and botanicals that offer the very best in anti-oxidant properties.

Living Room

The living room has the original Georgian elegant wood panelled walls and an open fireplace giving the room a serene and cosy atmosphere, perfect for curling up to read a book or watching a movie. There are two very comfortable contemporary teal coloured sofas that beautifully contrast the wood in the room and the Georgian Queen Anne Wingback antique leather chair. There is a bookcase stocked full of Penguin paperback classics for you to enjoy as well as a discreet 55” UHD TV with Sonos Beam sound bar providing incredible cinematic sound as well as for playing music via the Sonos app or via voice control by Amazon’s Alexa.

Kitchen

The stylish and brand-new kitchen is comprehensively fitted with matching base and wall units and built-in oven, separate gas hob and new modern Smeg refrigerator. It also has a range of beautiful appliances including a stylish Russell Hobbs microwave, retro De’Longhi toaster and kettle and Nespresso Vertuo Plus Coffee Machine (with a selection of coffee pods provided). There is also a convenient breakfast bar and off the kitchen there is a toilet, shower and wet room.

Dining Room

The dining room, to the rear of the house, is south facing and has French doors that open onto the garden. It has wonderfully sumptuous gold and teal patterned wallpaper by Schumacher. As such it is a lovely bright and sunny room ideal for both entertaining and relaxing. There is a large extendable oak dining table and decadent blue velvet dining room chairs for eight people. The room even has its own bar with electric blue velvet bar stools called “Smugglers” a perfect focal point for entertaining and wiling away the evening with friends and family.

The Smugglers Bar

This is perhaps the smallest bar/pub in Kent complete with its own neon bar sign! The bespoke oak top hand-crafted bar features room for nine bottles of wine and has an integrated Sonos speaker that can be voice controlled from the Amazon Echo Dot or from the Sono app. There are dimmable touch activated bar lamps and three plush electric blue velvet bar stools. The bar is stocked with all base spirits, cocktail glasses and mixer and copper mugs, as well as a recipe book to help you make the perfect cocktail so please help yourself.

Bedrooms

Skipper Room


This room has a distinctive nautical feel with antique-style oars above the bed, a free-standing signal lamp, and port hole inspired mantlepiece mirror. There is also an upcycled grey antique Victorian chest of drawers together with a huge super-king-sized bed.

The Sage Room

This room has a tranquil feel and turns up the French country cottage style with a full length white-washed wood cheval mirror, as well paintings sourced from local artists. There is a king-sized bed in this room.

The Beachcomber Room

This room has a distinctive beach feel with deck chair pattern inspired window seat and throw cushions. It has beautiful hand-crafted bedside lamps made from solid oak, and brass that are dimmable together with a double sized bed.

The Tidal Room

This room has decadent feel with a huge inside double wardrobe with full length door mirrors. There is a dressing table with a beautiful round rose gold coloured mirror. Aegean blue traditional deep button backed velvet lounge arm chair to relax in. The room features photography from a local artist and there is a king-sized bed.

Bathroom First Floor

This family sized bathroom has a wonderfully modern contemporary look with crisp white walls and earth-tone tiling and marble tops.
As well as toilet and wash basin, there is a separate bath and wet-room style power shower and also heated towel rail.

Bathroom Second Floor

This Victorian inspired large bathroom is decorated in gorgeously pale-pink striped wall paper, and has lavish black and white chequered floor tiling. As well as toilet and wash basin, there is a large bath with a waterfall shower above it.



Local Information

The Beautiful town of Deal in Kent is believed to get its name from the Saxon “Dylle” meaning plain or level floor, because it lies almost level with the sea. It is a former fishing, mining and garrison town and was notorious for smuggling in the 17th and 18th century. Deal is now a beautiful quintessential English seaside town complete with pier and promenade offering a wealth of heritage, history, architecture and contemporary culture, mixed with vibrantly independent shopping, eating and drinking – it was awarded UK High Street of the Year in 2014. The town falls naturally into a number of unique areas, each full of its own character. Within each area there is a range of tempting shops, pubs, places to eat and visitor attractions.

Starting from the station this area includes all the popular High Street names located in a convenient pedestrianised area. You will also find many unique shops providing products and gifts that are just a little different. The High Street is lively in the evening too, with many pubs, bars and restaurants. Carry on north up the High Street for lots more independent shops in the conservation area.

Vintage, retro and antique thrill seekers will quickly lose themselves in the town’s array of welcoming independent outlets. For its size, Deal boasts an astonishing number of shops selling expertly-sourced vintage goods including furniture, clothes, vinyl records, collectables, books and object d’art! The Saturday market is located in a public car park opposite the end of Farrier Street and includes an ever-changing array of stalls selling yet more pre-owned delights and local produce.

Carry on further north along the High Street towards the Town Hall and you will find decadent delis and cheese shops; fabulous fish mongers (as well as regular catches from boats on the beach); independent butchers supplying Kentish meat and poultry; artisan bakeries offering sweet and savoury treats and green grocers stocked with locally-grown produce. During the week on Wednesdays & Fridays the local produce market can be found in the Town Hall undercroft.

Farrier Street is located in the heart of Deal’s Conservation Area that stretches from South Street to North Street taking in the Astor Theatre in Stanhope Road, the Maritime Museum, St. George’s Church, the many independently owned shops at the northern end of the High Street – and St. George’s Passage – plus the historic houses in Middle Street as far as Alfred Square.Not only one of the last piers to be built in England but a variety of pubs & restaurants and a seafood stall snuggle on the seafront. Just past the fishing boats pulled up onto the beach you will find Henry VIII’s powerful coastal fortress.
Stunning views to the Goodwin Sands, where countless ships have met their fate. Climb the Timeball Tower for spectacular views.