Accommodate in Rochester is located amongst the hubbub of small and varied businesses where you will find a warm welcome. The High Street with its wide pavements and ornate lamp posts, is unique by its absence of the usual High Street names but more than makes up for it with a number of traditional shops. At Accommodate we are proud to offer a friendly and personal customer service.
Our Rochester branch covers:
Historic Rochester has a Norman castle which was cherished by the Victorian novelist Charles Dickens who lived in the area as a child and returned as a successful author. With history dating back centuries, the stunning Rochester Cathedral is the second oldest in England.
The impressive 17th century Guildhall is now a museum of local history where visitors can learn more about the author and his works in the Dickens Discovery Room
Special events and festivals are held in Rochester every year.
Connections for tourists & businesses
Forming a large urban area known as Medway towns along with Chatham, Gillingham and Strood. Rochester railway station is on the North Kent Line. Strood railway station is on the North Kent Line and the Medway Valley Line. It links the HS1 high speed line giving a running time of 30 minutes into St Pancras. Less than 5 miles from the Historic Dockyard Shopping Centre in Chatham where you can browse the shops and grab a bite to eat.
The lettings team is headed by Kay, another long term member of staff who has been in the property business for many years and has a wealth of experience and goes the extra mile to keep everyone smiling.
The test of an agent is not when things are going well, but when things go wrong. Their staff have been to court for me; they have quietly cleaned up a mess made by my tenant; they have organised plumbers and decorators.
I find the staff very polite and very easy to contact and speak to on the telephone or in person in the office.
Julie and Kay, and the staff of Accommodate have guided us through the pitfalls of letting.