Welcome to The Old Tuck Shop,a unique Grade 2 listed building situated in the heart of the historic Rochester, providing unique and luxurious self catering holiday accommodation.
This 14th Century beamed cottage has been carefully restored to combine period charm with the highest standards of modern living. The Old Tuck Shop is believed to be one of the earliest domestic buildings in the area, dating from the late 1300s.
The Old Tuck Shop exudes period charm, but not at the cost of luxurious comfort.
Downstairs is a fully fitted kitchen with an electric cooker, fridge-freezer, microwave oven, and an array of equipment and crockery for the serious cook.
An open plan lounge area with TV-DVD player and a dining area; slate flagstone floor with underfloor heating.
Upstairs features a large open plan bedroom with a king sized bed, an en-suite bath-shower room with underfloor heating, and television with freeview.
Furnished throughout with period furniture and antiques. Original oak beams,traditional lime plaster, slate flagstone floors.
2 minutes walk from castle cathedral and High Street.
Grade 2 listed.
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Comfortable Lounge area; leather settee
Fully equiped Kitchen
Spacious open plan bedroom with en suite bathroom
King size bed with Egyption cotton lines
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Egyption cotton linen , towels etc.
Pets Allowed: No. Sorry no pets allowed.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: No.
Smoking Allowed: No. Strictly no smoking
Outdoor Facilities: No. Many open spaces locally including the Castle Gardens, the Vines and The Esplanade all within a couple of minutes walk
Local Services: Ideally located in Rochester City Center and perfect for exploration of the historic Medway Towns and surrounding areas of Kent,The Old Tuck Shop is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway.
The cottage is literally a minute's walk from the Cathedral and Castle, and within very easy walking distance of specialist shops, and dozens of top quality restaurants in the nearby High Street.
Rochester's oldest and most famous pub, The Coopers Arms, a free house is just 75m. Down the road !
Follow tourist signs for Rochester Cathedral and Castle, drive up between the two, pass the ancient Coopers Arms Pub on the right, enter one way section of Saint Margarets Street and we are on the right about 300m. From the Castle and Cathedral.