Days Out in Kent

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  • The archetypal English country garden, Goodnestone is a haven of beautiful tranquility hidden away in south-east Kent.  The gardens were created by generations of the Fitzwalter family, and Jane...
    • 2FOR1 Goodnestone Park Gardens

  • Dover is famed for its white cliffs, dominating Castle and excellent transport links to mainland Europe. The nearest point on mainland Britain to Europe (34km between the Dover Strait and Cap Ne Griz...
    • Superbreak Dover, Folkstone and Area Hotels

  • Relive the epic Norman invasions at Hastings Castle, surrounded by spectacular coastal views and rolling hillside. The birthplace of television, Hastings is a lively town with winding streets leading...
    • Superbreak Hastings & Area Hotels

  • Maidstone is rich in history: take a leisurely cruise along the River Medway, discover the history of Leeds Castle, shop in elegant boutiques or visit the Hazlitt Theatre for impressive performances.
    • Superbreak Maidstone Hotels

  • Set in stunning Kentish countryside and only 15 miles from London, Down House is a day out to inspire all the family. The home of Charles Darwin for 40 years, here you can learn about his life and...
    • 2FOR1 The Home of Charles Darwin

  • Tourist Tracks offer you downloadable audio walking tours for use on your own iPod or MP3 player. The tours are downloaded as a zip file direct from the Tourist Tracks website to use straightaway,...
    • Tourist Tracks Canterbury MP3 Walking Tours 2FOR1

  • Indulge yourself in a spot of retail therapy at Bluewater.   With over 330 stores, 55 cafes, bars and restaurants plus a 13-screen cinema, there's something to please everyone. From celebrity...
    • The caves at Chislehurst are a labyrinth of man made tunnels forming a maze covering over six hectares thirty metres below the woodlands above. They were dug for chalk used in lime burning...
      • This lovely old House has been adapted as a museum to commemorate Charles Dickens long standing love of Broadstairs. It was once the home of Miss Mary Peason Strong on whom Dickens based much of...
        • Here at Dickens World, we want to take you back in time on a personal guided tour through the sounds, sights and smells of Victorian England through the eyes of our best loved author, Charles...

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