Accommodation in Kent

Group Accommodation in Kent

Known as The Garden of England, Kent is within easy access of London by road and rail. Canterbury is a vibrant city thanks to its universities. Canterbury Cathedral dates back to the 11th century. Take a guided tour and visit the other main attractions; Canterbury Castle, Canterbury Roman Museum, Heritage Museum and Beany House of Art. Did you know Rupert the Bear is from Canterbury?

Whitstable is a short drive from Canterbury, famous for its oysters, but you can also buy pretty much any type of fish from its huge market. Herne Bay is just a few miles down the coast, popular since Victorian times; there is still a bandstand, seafront gardens and an 80ft clock tower.

Sandwich and surrounding areas are home to some fairly challenging golf courses. Royal St Georges hosted the Open championships again in 2011; two other links courses are Royal Cinque Ports and Princes Golf Course. Sandwich boasts some of the best-preserved half-timbered houses in the country. Four miles away you will find the larger seaside town of Deal with its award winning high street. Why not pay a visit to Deal or Walmer Castle?

Tunbridge Wells is probably the chicest and most stylish town in Kent. The famous Pantiles are home to a lovely selection of independent shops and restaurants. Royal Tunbridge Wells lies in the heart of The High Weald, an area of natural outstanding beauty. There are many picturesque villages nearby. Cranbrook was once the centre of the regions cloth industry. The area boasts world famous gardens such as Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens or the enchanted forest at Groombridge Place, where Conan Doyle created the Sherlock Holmes mysteries.

Ramsgate is England’s only Royal Harbour. Its bustling harbor borders a yacht packed marina. You will find an extensive selection of bars and restaurants nearby. The town is made up of elegant Georgian terraces and Regency Villas. Augustin Pugin who designed the interiors of The Houses of Parliament designed the Grange; he is regarded as being one of Britains most influential architects.

Broadstairs is a very traditional old-world seaside town. It has 7 beaches and many surf schools. There are still two 1950’s retro ice cream bars as well as some more modern establishments. Broadstairs was Charles Dickens favourite holiday destination and there is a Dickens festival held for a week very June.

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