Located on the old Roman road, Stone Street, around 5 miles out of Canterbury on the way to Hythe this is an 18th Century barn which has been converted into two holiday cottages that can be internally linked to form one large property for big parties. Smuggler'
Lovely place in Canterbury, we visited over the bank holiday May day weekend with a large group of friends. Took food and drink and cards for a male bonding weekend. Slippery Sam's had plenty of parki… More
- This beautiful family house is a wonderful property where you can enjoy special times with your own family. Striking original features combine with eclectic contemporary design for ultimate comfort and relaxation for all the family to enjoy
- An exceptionally beautifu
Slippery Sam's dates from around 1450 and is a Grade II listed building. It is named after Samuel Jackson, a notorious smuggler who once lived here. The property is located on the old Roman road Stone Street around 4 miles out of Canterbury in a fairly rural setting.
Just come back from Slippery Sams. Only an overnight stay for a wedding but enjoyed ourselves. Far better option than a hotel for a group. Owners couldn't have been nicer - they are on site and went o… More
Thanks for the comments - glad everything went OK
Reviewed 4 Aug 2016
breaktfast every morning in the garden.
Owner very friendly and helpfull.
We are from Germany and we liked the good talk with the owners about all the small interesting things.
We had a … More
Thanks for the review - trust the trip back wasn't too busy.
A sizeable property with 4 bedrooms (3 x double, 1 x twin) and a bathroom on the 1st floor. On the ground floor is a large kitchen, cloakroom, lounge/diner, a second bathroom and a separate wc. All bedding and towels supplied. There is a colour TV, dvd, video, books & g
“Value for money for those who do not expect a lot of luxuof.”
Reviewed 11 May 2015
For a decent price you get 4 large bedrooms, a large living/dining area and a reasonably sized kitchen. Three toilets to suit al the guests (we were a party of 6). The garden is also big enough for pl… More
Thanks for the review which is basically factual. We wouldn't claim the place is luxurious and furnishings tend to be dictated by the fact that the place is a very old, listed building. We are unable to get a dishwasher in due to plumbing issues (and that's what men are for on holiday!) but have added a DVD player to the existing satellite TV, video and internet.