Visit Kent to discover big skies and wide horizons, space to re-charge and to reconnect. There are so many beautiful villages, towns, cites and seaside’s to explore in Kent. Kent host a lot of events and festivals attracting tourist, whether you’re looking for relaxation and the chance to unwind or for something more active including great hands on fun for the younger family members. Explore enchanting gardens and mysterious castles. Encounter animal’s parks, steam trains, amazing maritime heritage. Kent has something for everyone.
Garden Of England should not be missed out. So why not escape to the country and bed down in a gorgeous Kent & Sussex Cottages. With a stunning collection of properties oast houses and rural retreats you’re sure to find that dream spot for a spectacular Staycation.
Sandwich Highlights: the picturesque ancient Cinque Port of Sandwich boast some of the best preserved, half timbered houses in the country. So take out some time to soak up some of the unique medieval atmosphere with a stroll around the town trail through narrow winding streets past Norman churches and along the old town walls. Wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to the local Sandwich Bird Observatory. Summertime is fun time with regular weekend’s events such as Folk and Ale and the Sandwich festival.
Kent is a popular destination for campers with a variety of camping sites and caravan parks to choose from around the country and the coast, whether you are looking for a luxury campsite with all the comfort of home or prefer something more adventurous. You are sure to find it here. Few of them are Broadhembury Camping and Caravan Park, Hawthorn Farm Caravan and Camping Park, and Budget Camping.
Shopping and Well being: from hunting out designer bargains to tracking down shabby chic antiques before a relaxing pamper sessions you can do it all in Kent. Ashford Designer Outlet is unmissable with up to 60% off on every brand, every day. Kent doesn’t have all modern malls and sleek shopping centre. The history rich lane in our towns and cities features unique independent stores selling everything from the latest labels to burnished antiques.
Spas and Retreats: the variety of spa break on offer in Kent is stunning. People flock to the healing waters of Royal Tunbridge wells which are almost 400 years old. Check into Hotel Du Vin for a luxury stay plus inroom treatments. Enjoy the luxury spa facilities at the London Beach Hotel and Spa and Country Club in Tenterden. The infinity swimming pool, saunas, steam rooms, Jacuzzi, large hydrotherapy pool plus plenty of treatment rooms ensure relaxation and beauty for all. Trained beauticians offer a variety of aromatherapies and treatments to suit any age or gender.
The Hidden gems: Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is a wonder of a small but perfectly formed steam train set in Britain’s only desert that has gained the gem pride. Board the one-third full sized steam train from the historic town of Hythe and wind along the 13 mile track towards wide skies and the other worldly beauty of Dungeness.
During summer head straight to the shores of Biking bay and Broad stars beach. Bring the family for fun on the water and enjoy a programme of funky festival all season.
There’s no need to go to one end of the world to explore your wild side. Howletts Wild Animal Park offers an adventure like no other, as it is a home to more than 400 animals, including gorillas, tiger’s monkeys and the UK’s largest herd of African elephants. These wild things will make your heart sing. In short we can say Africa is on your doorstep.
Food and Drink: whether you’re a visitor looking to stop off for a bite or eat or you’re out to celebrate that special occasion, Kent does not disappoint for place to eat. Boasting some of the finest restaurants and mouth watering cuisine, the highlights are the world famous Gastro Pub the sportsman in seas alter, the west House in Biddenden and the fordwich Arms in Canterbury.
Discovering Kent’s many destinations is good for the brain as well as for the soul. Make sure you explore Kent.