With a focus on environmentally sustainable principles, this charming Lakeland holiday cottage sits on the edge of the Lake District National Park and is easily accessible to numerous attractions and many places in south Cumbria including the coastline
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Holidays in Kent
Known as ‘The Garden of England’, Kent is located in the south-east corner of England and boasts an array of award winning attractions and Blue Flag beaches. Kent gained a reputation from its wealth of farming and crops and is the county of historic houses, mysterious castles, glorious gardens, nature reserves, fascinating museums and incredible maritime heritage. Read More
Two holiday cottages located on an exceptionally picturesque sheep farm within an area of outstanding natural beauty on the old sea cliffs of the 'Isle of Oxney', just ten minutes from Rye & Tenterden in Kent. 4 Star.
If you are looking for a seaside retreat with the 'wow factor' then look no further! This exceptional stylish luxury penthouse apartment affords wonderful sea and beach views and sits in an enviable waterside position in the Kent coastal town of Ramsgate.
A beautiful spacious, part 13th and part 18th Century Grade II listed building of historical importance on the outskirts of the Kent village of Manston, just four miles from Broadstairs, Ramsgate and Margate on the Kent coastline. Ideal for parties of two to ten guests. 4 Star Gold.
Well-appointed modern holiday homes in a quiet position in the coastal town of Broadstairs in Kent. Ideally placed for excellent leisure facilities, award-winning sandy beaches and the town - all within easy reach. 3 Star.
Well-appointed modern holiday homes in a quiet position in the Kent seaside town of Broadstairs. Ideally placed for award-winning sandy beaches, towns and excellent leisure facilities within easy reach. 3 Star.
Modern, spacious well-appointed holiday homes in a quiet spot in the Kent coastal town of Broadstairs. perfectly placed for excellent leisure facilities, towns and award-winning sandy beaches - all within easy reach. 3 Star.
16th Century farmhouse beautifully renovated to provide excellent accommodation in the Kent countryside. An ideal base for exploring the area, country or coastal, and taking advantage of many walks on offer. 4 Star.
A delightful Regency House providing a high standard of holiday accomodation in a perfect position with oblique sea views from the balcony - just a short stroll to Ramsgate harbour, restaurants and sandy beach. 4 Star.
An award winning beautiful 300 year old English country holiday cottage situated in the heart of Kent on top of the Downs. Beautifully furnished, this holiday cottage provides the ideal place for visiting the 'Garden of England'. 5 Star.
A spacious holiday home for two on the outskirts of Boughton Lees - a village with pub and country house hotel Near Ashford. Flexible changeover day and short breaks offered all year, providing an excellent base for exploring Kent.
A 16th century self catering holiday barn which provides self catering accommodation for up to six people situated in open countryside on the North Downs and yet only 14 miles due south of the City of London. 5 Star.
Located in a quiet area of the Hoo peninsular within Kent, these charming oak beamed holiday cottages provide accommodation with leisure facilities (sauna and swimming pool) of a high standard. 4 Star.
A converted Kentish Barn offering luxurious holiday accommodation on the outskirts of the historic market town of Faversham in Kent. Well positioned in a tranquil setting, with the use of an indoor heated swimming pool, this is an ideal base for visiting Kents many attractions.
From £470 to £820 per week
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The leafy lanes and wealth of public rights of way that criss-cross Kent’s beautiful landscape, provide endless opportunities for those who enjoy walking, cycling or riding. Trips along the lanes will take you past lavender fields, vineyards, orchards, pretty villages with welcoming pubs and oast houses that are a popular sight in this beautiful county.
Kent is the oldest county in the country with an incredible amount of fascinating historic sites to visit including the City of Canterbury with its beautiful cathedral; the White Cliffs of Dover that took some 80 million years to form; Rochester the inspiration for many of Dickens’ greatest works and home to the second oldest cathedral in the country and Sandwich, a historic town with more medieval buildings than any other part of the UK (and a links golf course that challenges St Andrews!).
There are plenty of shopping opportunities in Kent. Meander around the tiny streets of the unspoilt towns of Tenterden, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Cranbrook; shop until you drop at Bluewater, one of Europe’s largest shopping centre or head for the lights of London’s West End.
The Garden of England is home to plenty of farmers markets and proud of its local produce which can so often be found in its picturesque pubs and fine dining restaurants. Succulent Whitstable oysters, wonderfully fresh Dover sole, award winning English Wines from Kentish vineyards and beer (‘the drink of England’) produced by the oldest brewery in the country.
Why not take full advantage of a cottage holiday in Kent with a day trip to Lille or lunch in Paris! Made possible by the Eurostar from Ashford or Ebsfleet, or take your car via the Dover / Ramsgate sea crossings. For more information, check out our blog article on Kent.