- Sleeps 6
- 3 Beds
- 1 Bathroom
- Child Friendly
- Outside space
- Pub near by
- Courtyard Garden
Kitchen / Housekeeping
- Coffee Machine
- Iron and board
- Washing Machine
- Hair Dryer
- Close to amenities
- Cable / Satellite TV
- DVD Player
Children / Infants
- Children Welcome
"The location is wonderful and have never stayed at such a fully equipped property. Extra touches as is was Christmas were very much appreciated."
"Very nice house, well maintained and clean, modern and tastefully decorated, pretty small garden terrace for breakfast ideal. Nice welcome gift. Great location, 1 minute to the beach, pub, shops and sightseeing. Perfect holidays !"
As you enter the front door of Filmer Cottage, you will instantly feel like you have arrived at the coast.
On your right as you enter is a cloakroom with basin and WC.
The well equipped kitchen has a washing machine, gas hob, electric cooker and large fridge-freezer with a water dispenser. You will find everything you need to prepare meals during your stay should you need a break from fish and chips!
A glazed internal door opens into the large, comfortably furnished reception room and dining area. Two large, comfortable sofas, flat screen TV, soft carpets and glazed doors leading to a pleasant enclosed courtyard garden with a bistro table and chairs. The dining table is extendable and comfortably seats up to six people.
A slightly smaller yet comfortably furnished double bedroom with built in storage, some seating and soft grey linen blinds.
A large double bedroom with a TV and a comfortable white wooden bed with beautiful white bedlinen and built in storage.
The rear facing twin bedroom has good sized, white wooden bunk beds and continues the theme of beautiful crisp white bedding. The rear bedrooms look out onto the garden and attractive rooftops.
The first floor has a front facing bathroom with a P shaped bath with chrome shower and glazed screen, vanity unit with light up mirror, WC and wooden shutters.
No pets are allowed at this property, sorry.
Deal is a unique place, where coast meets country, country meets the town and England meets the Continent. Whatever the time of year, it's a great spot to savour some quality time and glimpse life from a bygone era. You'll find a wealth of independent, quirky shops open all year round, and every Saturday, in the centre of town, a lively market with stalls selling everything from antiques through to cheese and wine.
For generations, artists, designers, writers and musicians have been inspired by the beautiful coastline, chalk cliffs, stunning countryside, smugglers' alleyways, historical heritage and nautical charisma.
There's an energetic arts scene with a host of independent galleries, exhibitions and events, whatever the time of year, there's always something exciting happening.Regardless of whether you are after a casual bite or a full dining experience, Deal's choices of eateries will appeal to all tastes and appetites. Dozens of pubs, cafes and restaurants are making the most of their prime location in the Garden of England using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients including fresh seafood from the surrounding shores.
York Road is set back just one street away from the Strand, the green with it’s famous bandstand and the glorious seafront.