Things To Do
There are so many things to see and do in the beautiful Weald of Kent.
Covering the South East corner of England, Kent is split by the chalk slopes of the North Downs running East to West. At the heart of Kent lies the breath-taking city of Canterbury, crowned with its medieval cathedral.
With some 17,000 listed buildings, Kent claims to be the oldest county in England. First recorded in 55BC by Greek & Roman writers. Henry VIII referred to Kent as the Garden of England and it is easy to see why, with the array of orchards, country walks, quaint villages and over 300 miles of coast land.
There is simply too much to list but below are some of our favourite places and things to do in the area during your stay with us.
Click on each of the pictures to be taken to the official website for each attraction. Local attractions and activities in the area may not be open all year round and may require prior booking. Please check the attraction website before visiting to avoid disappointment.