Live the James Bond dream. Inspired by Ian Fleming's home being just 5 minutes away and Moonraker was filmed in the street.
- 20 minute walk to the city centre
- Stylish, James Bond inspired apartment
- Overlooks the Kent Country Cricket ground
Why Skyfall? The creator of James Bond, Ian Fleming, lived just 5 minutes away. When not at his holiday villa in Jamaica he would call Kent his home. It was here that some of his most famous books were set: Moonraker for example, features a car chase that happens along the very road outside the apartment's windows.
Fleming would spend his time either at home writing, playing gold at Royal St George's Golf Club in Sandwich or dining in one of Canterbury's many eateries. And the City is on your doorstep too, to explore both the heritage of this World famous heritage site, as well as enjoy the lively and cosmopolitan cafes, bars and restaurants.
The welcome Folder, that awaits you in the apartment, provides a wealth of information on where to go, what to see and where to eat. And see Local Gems below for some more great ideas of places to visit.
With so much to see and do in this great City you will welcome the luxury and convenience of this newly renovated apartment, with a large sitting / dining room, a modern kitchen and two comfortable bedrooms. And for those travelling by car, there is a private parking space for your use.
The well equipped kitchen has everything you need for self-catering, and two minutes away is a well-stocked convenience store that stays open late for last minute supplies.
For sporting fans, the apartment also overlook the Kent County Cricket ground.
The owners hope your stay in Skyfall will be as thrilling as the latest Bond movie or as relaxing as a medium dry martini, always shaken, and never stirred.