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Holiday cottages in Kent

TR3967 : Roadway down to the beach, BroadstairsTR3967 : Penfold postbox, Victoria Parade / Chandos Square - royal crestTR2136 : A track of the South Eastern Main LineTQ7655 : Kent House, Romney Place, Maidstone (1)TR3864 : 'Lantic Bay' dredging Ramsgate harbourTR3864 : Ramsgate Harbour
One of the home counties, Kent is nick-named the Garden of England and it is not hard to see why. Full of orchards and gardens, Kent borders Greater London and is ideally situated for easy access to the continent. A self-catering cottage in this stunning area is the idea option for a holiday destination and Kent upholds all that England as a green country is famous for.

Being one of the warmest climates in Britain, Kent is home to Westerham which carries the prestigious title of an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty”” and you can easily access the White Cliffs of Dover, which are world famous not only for Vera Lynn. Canterbury is here and the famous Canterbury Cathedral is a must and a stroll along the Great River Stour with a pub lunch on a sunny day is second to none.

Canterbury is also renowned in history for silk weaving and you can visit the cottages of where the silk weavers lived. This wall city will entice historians and the fascinating city is not short on theatres and fine dining. Kent will excite and relax you at the same time and is the perfect location for a self-catering holiday.

TR2136 : Turnstiles for cricket and football grounds

TR3570 : Arnold Road, Margate

TQ7655 : Lenworth House, King Street