Self Catering Holidays in Kent
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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
A welcoming holiday cottage 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 a short drive from the medieval Cinque Port of Rye, attractive town of Tenterden and Camber Sands with its glorious golden beach. An ideal place to relax amongst stunning views and good base to explore Kent and neighbouring Sussex. 4 Star.
A lovely converted pigsty that sits in an exceptionally picturesque position on a Kentish sheep farm within an AONB on the old sea cliffs of the 'Isle of Oxney'. Only ten minutes from the ancient fishing port of Rye and Tenterden, along with the golden expansive beach of Camber Sands. 4 Star.
Two delightful holiday cottages, each sleeping 2-4 guests, in part of a historic unique property in Manston, just four miles from Broadstairs, Margate and Ramsgate on the Kent coastline. 4 Star.
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.
An ideal base for exploring Kent's many attractions including the coast, cities of Rochester and Canterbury, the county town of Maidstone, pretty villages such as Tenterden and Headcorn, and even day trips to London and France. Nestling amidst glorious countryside on a fruit farm, there are lovely walks and cycle rides locally.
Sitting right in the heart of Kent countryside on a fruit farm, this welcoming holiday home offers a comfy retreat for couples, friends and families who want to meet up and explore the South East's many attractions including the coast, Canterbury, Tenterden, National Trust houses and castles, London and even France!
Ideally located in the heart of the ancient medieval Kentish town of Sandwich, this comfortable holiday home provides an ideal base from which to explore the Kent coastline (on bike, foot or by car) and has great restaurants and shops on the doorstep.
A comfortable and well equipped family holiday home located in a quiet rural position midway between the historic town of Dover with its famous Castle, and the quaint seaside town of Deal. A great location for exploring the Kent coastline and its beautiful countryside.
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 or taking a day trip to London and even France.
A cosy holiday cottage in the heart of the medieval Kentish town of Sandwich. There are plenty of attractions within easy reach (including Canterbury, Margate, Ramsgate and Broadstairs) and the beach at Sandwich bay is a pleasant two mile walk away.
A welcoming holiday home for four ideally nestling amongst Kent countryside. An ideal base for exploring the 'Garden of England' with its rolling countryside and coastline within easy reach - wonderful walks on offer.
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.
Close to Rochester and within easy driving distance of Kent's many attractions including the coast, castles and stately homes, this welcoming barn conversation provides an ideal base for exploring 'The Garden of England'. Enjoy a taste of Kentish life in the picturesque village of Hartlip near Sittingbourne.
A 300 year old English country 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', walking the Downs and visiting Kents many attractions including castles, country houses, gardens and even London city.
Located in a quiet area of the Hoo Peninsular near to Rochester in Kent, these charming oak beamed holiday cottages provide accommodation with leisure facilities (sauna and swimming pool) of a high standard. Sweeping views of the River Thames and a great base for exploring Kent (including the coast) and visiting London for a day trip. 4 Star.
Two welcoming self catering cottages affording a secluded position on the Hoo Peninsular with swimming pool and sauna for guests enjoyment. A great base for exploring Kent's many attractions with day trips out that include London and the coast. 4 Star.
This converted Kentish Barn provides luxurious holiday accommodation with the use of a swimming pool on the outskirts of the charming historic market town of Faversham. Exceptionally well positioned and very quiet, providing an ideal base for visiting Kents many attractions. 5 Star Gold.
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. 4 Star Gold.
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Holidays in Kent
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 picturesque county. With such beautiful scenery to offer, it is hardly surprising that almost a quarter of Kent is designated an AONB.
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!). As a county, it also has more than its fair share of attractions for exciting days out. Why not take a look at our top recommended attractions in Kent.
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 bright lights of London’s West End which is under an hour by train.
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 about the 'Garden of England', check out our blog article on Kent.
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