Tin Church

Bridge, Kent

The Tin Church (formerly Bridge Methodist Chapel) is situated in the Kent Downs in an area of outstanding natural beauty, near Canterbury, Kent. 

 

This former Tabernacle has been lovingly restored and is available to you for short breaks and holiday lettings.

 

Ambient and serene, this is a perfect place to unwind, to imagine and be creative - the light makes for an excellent studio space.


Popular with walkers and cyclists the village benefits from great amenities and pubs! Canterbury Cathedral, Shops and Universities are a ten-minute bus ride away.

 

Attractions such as Dover Castle, Howletts and beaches at Whitstable and St. Margarets are within easy reach.

The Chapel will comfortably accommodate Six (6) Guests across three bedrooms:

Bedroom 1 - ONE double-bed with en-suite and features a large walk-in shower.

Bedroom 2 - TWO single beds.

Bedroom 3 - ONE double-bed.   Situated on the Mezzanine you'll have great views.

Bathroom  -  with deep slipper bath.

Kitchen - You have access to the kitchen with all the usual facilities. 

Tourism

Canterbury's Cathedral, Shops, Cafes,  Universities (Canterbury Christ Church & Kent) are only a brief bus ride away. Attractions such as Dover Castle, Howletts Wildlife Park and the beaches of Whitstable and St. Margarets bay are also within easy reach by car.

 

 

Local Information

 Popular with walkers (Downs Way) and cyclists, Bridge village benefits from some very good amenities, including: post office, grocery store, butcher, GP and Dentist. There are three popular pubs within the village, The Red Lion is your nearest and serves excellent food.

 

Not far away is the Duck Inn, Pett Bottom, where Ian Flemming reputedly penned You Only Live Twice. In fact, he lived on the margins of the village and 007, a longstanding bus route, is the claimed inspiration for Bond.  There are other local film and literary connections Count Zborowski was based in the village and built the jet cars that inspired Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (also penned by Flemming),  whilst  Joseph Conrad wrote Heart of Darkness from his cottage in Bishopsbourne, just  a few miles away.

Prices

Sunday-Thursday

(per night) £65 for 1 guest, followed by  £30 for each subsequent guest.  

 

Friday-Saturday

£95.00 for 1 guest, followed by £30.00 for each subsequent guest.

 

Seasonal Prices (March-Dec) do vary and there are discounts for long term bookings, please email for confirmation.

 

BOOKING FEES

There is no booking fee, when you book directly through the website link above. However, you will incur additional fees and a booking fee through one of their representatives.  A cleaning fee of £25.00 is applied to all bookings.