Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 out of 5
100% of guests recommend
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from London

Lovely B&B with the perfect hosts

Posted 21-Aug-2014
Pros: Everything but the highlight was the hosts and their beautiful bulldog!
Location: As we did not have a car we used a taxi to get from Whitstable station to the B&B. Nearby is the Chestfield Barn Pub and a golf course.
Although the B&B is a little bit out of the way, I can say that my mum and I were made to feel really welcome. The room was lovely and the B&B has an amazing garden with ample space for everyone. Our room was lovely and Theresa was wonderful. This is the place to go is you really want to unwind. They provide a small selection of evening meals on request and are more than happy to provide you with menus should you wish to order a take away and eat it in their spacious lounge. Board games and books are provided. The breakfast was amazing and Theresa even made a point of coming to say goodbye to us in our room on the day we left as she had to go and run some errands. If staying here, I would recommends that you get off at the Chestfield train station as it is a wee bit closer than Whitstable. The only place to eat was the Chestfield Barn....an amazing pub which did excellent food and also had lovely gardens. If you wish to visit Whitstable but want to stay in the country, this is definitely the place to go.
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by MrsC from Essex

Quick break to see Whitstable

Posted 08-Nov-2013
Pros: We could take the dog and it was near Whitstable
Cons: Just say you can only have certain rooms if you have a dog- this is perfectly reasonable as that room has a wooden floor so is better suited to pets.
Location: Bit of a drive from the town, lots of lovely individual small shops. The harbour is amazing and has some fantastic gabion sculptures.
It proved a bit tricky to get in to the Cherries, although Lisa rang to ask when we would arrive, so she could get someone to be there, circumstances meant we had to go away and come back. We had a dog with us which Lisa is fine with, but it needs to be stated that you can't have the King sized bedroom in those circumstances. I particularly booked the bigger bed. The living room is extremely beautiful and comfortable and Lisa gave us tea to have in there and made it clear that room was for us to use. We couldn't get on the wi- fi or the tv, neither of which mattered enough to ring Lisa as she had gone out, but it is one time we like to stare at a tv! We had taken a laptop so watched a film instead. I was unfortunately ill after a dodgy oyster so couldn't face her legendary breakfast, but she was so kind, asking if we wanted in the bedroom. We just had tea and toast but even that was very good. She is a great host who has made a very lovely B& B
4 out of 5
for Couples
by sarasote from Oxford, UK

Cute, family B&B in a residential neighborhood

Posted 12-Sep-2013 on Hotels.com
The house, service, and hostess were all great. The rooms were clean and the garden was lovely. Fireplace in the main room, all very quaint. Yet, it was a little like staying with my Aunt though, who would cluck around for you and make an awesome blueberry pancake breakfast, but you would nonetheless feel like you were staying in her house in the suburbs. Recommended for couples in their 50+, but not for younger people trying to be close to restaurants, bars, etc.
1 out of 5
for Couples
by Drew from Wiltshire

Awful Experience

Posted 21-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
Absolutely dreadful... felt obliged to leave after first night
3 out of 5
for Couples
by carol from london

Kingsize bed not 5ft

Posted 04-Jun-2013 on Hotels.com
The friendliness and breakfast were great, but the room was not really up to the price. It was a bit small and the bed was definitely smaller than a king size (and we take up a fair amount of space). The bathroom was very fresh and new looking but had no places to put things like towels or soap. No rugs on floor so it was a bit chilly.The location was a seven minute drive from the destination that I had been seeking when I booked, which was careless of me not to check up the geography, but was rather a shock and I felt mislead.
4 out of 5
by N&S Bennett

Posted 16-Jul-2012 on Hotels.com
Our short stay at The Cherries was most enjoyable; it is a nice guest house in very pleasant surroundings; the owner made us feel incredibly welcome. We would highly recommend The Cherries and hope to stay again next time we visit this area.
5 out of 5
for Personal Event
by A verified traveller

Posted 12-Jul-2012 on Hotels.com
Everthing was very good ,landlady was very accomadating , making it a very pleasant stay .
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Joyce from London

great time

Posted 20-Jun-2012
Pros: The family feel
Location: The hotel was situated just outside Whitstable but there was an excellent bus service or you could even walk if you wishes.
Lisa, her family and staff are very friendly, made you feel very welcome. The whole hotel was extremely clean and the food was excellent. There was even a where to eat etc guide in the room. Would reccommend this Hotel to anyone.