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Within 1 mi of Rochester Cathedral and 6.8 mi of Cooling Castle, Stylish Modern features free WiFi and a garden. The holiday home consists of 3 separate bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a living room. Location was great, just 10mins walk to Rochester High St, and lots of small supermarkets and food shops close by. It was cosy and had everything our family of five needed for our nine night stay. Lots of fridge space and excellent WIFI.
Located in Rochester, just 0.9 mi from Rochester Cathedral, The Black & White House provides beachfront accommodations with a garden, a tennis court and free WiFi. I like the location. 10 mins walk from the town and the castle. Rochester is a lovely place. I will be sure to book again and continue my tour of the surrounding areas. Beautiful part of the country.
Located in Rochester, 1.2 mi from Rochester Cathedral and 7.5 mi from Cooling Castle, Botleigh Villa features accommodations with free WiFi and a garden with a terrace. Just perfect. Perfect sized perfect room. Everything is arranged with maximum care and excellent taste. Spotlessly clean. Very comfortable, huge bed, beautiful bedclothes. Excellent breakfast, really....
It's actual location is Rochester High Street, not Strood, which is on the other side of the river. This is a good location for sight seeing, and only a few minutes from the train station, trips to London and the coast.
More Rochester than Strood. Castle & Cathedral great & the high street has lots of good shops, pubs & resturant so lots to do. Only just over 30 mins from central London so ideal to get away to a bit of culture & change of scenery
Whilst you talk of Strood the Golden Lion is in Rochester. You really should update the information since I very nearly got off the train at the wrong location. Rochester is set in Medway and it is a riverside location with many links to Dickens - it was the setting for his last novel 'Edwin Drood'. The whole area, whilst a past port and now a residential area has much to recommend it. I walked about eight miles to Upnor Castle and back which is small but very interesting. I then explored Rochester, admiring the variety of houses and examples of defences from medieval times onwards. On my second day I went to Chatham Dockyard - again a splendid memorial to our Naval History. The Tourist Information bureau in Rochester is very helpful.
Staying in Strood (Rochester) was a good choice and go from there to visit places in Kent. Rochester is also a good place to have 1-2 days to explore, the history both in the castle, the cathedral and Dickens. And everything in within easy walking distance.
the cathedral, an enormous surprise for us, lots of volunteers who are happy to tell you everything ! besides that, a very nice choir ! wonderfull coffee in " the deaf cat" delicious meal in "topes" very much recommended wonderfull guildhall museum, very interesting and a lovely castle with a very informative audio tour
A very brief stay but the High Street gave an immediate sense of history and we wished we had time to try some of the charming little cafes and restaurants. The cathedral, castle and river were so close at hand we were also aware of local museums and places of interest.