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Harts, Isle of Sheppey
• Sleeps 4 - 8 • Pet Friendly • Indoor Pool • Restaurant and Bar
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Marlie Holiday Park, Romney
• Sleep 4 - 8 • Dog Friendly • Indoor Pool • Restaurant and Bar
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Birchington Vale, Birchington
• Sleeps up to 8 • Near Beach • Pet Friendly • Family Friendly
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Best Things To Do In Kent

Kent has so much for visitors to see and do throughout the county. Whether you’re visiting for a short weekend break, or summer holiday make sure you check out some of these to do.

Dover Castle

A beautiful medieval castle on the coastline, Dover Castle offers stunning views for visitors. As one of the most iconic fortresses in England, this is a great place to visit with all the family, especially on a sunny day. Climb the Great Tower and discover the secret wartime tunnels.

Canterbury Cathedral

If you visit the beautiful city of Canterbury, a trip to the cathedral is highly recommended. It is one of the oldest and most famous cathedrals in the country and is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the leader of the Church of England. The cathedral is open to the public with audio and guided tours also available.

Down House

Down House was once the home of Charles Darwin and is now a site of outstanding international significance. This is a must-see for any science fans who want to learn more about where Darwin developed his theory of evolution. Interactive audio tours are provided by Sir David Attenborough, what more could you want!

Margate

For a day on the coast, Margate is a great choice. There is plenty to see and do including the beautiful sandy beaches of Margate beach or Westbrook Bay, Dreamland amusement park, Harbour stone pier, and Turner Contemporary art gallery. With something for all the family, a trip to Margate is a must when on holiday in Kent.

White Cliffs of Dover

Visit the iconic White Cliffs of Dover for stunning views over the English Channel, beautiful walking trails and a wide range of wildlife. There is also a Fan Bay Deep Shelter and lighthouse for you to explore when you’re visiting the White Cliffs of Dover.

Leeds Castle

Built on the islands of a lake by the River Len, Leeds Castle is a stunning castle with over 900 years of history. When visiting Leeds Castle there is also a falconry display, maze, gardens and children’s play area so you enjoy a full day out here with your friends or family.

Chartwell

When you’re in Kent you can visit the family home and gardens of Sir Winston Churchill. Explore inside where there is a large collection of artwork and walk around the surrounding gardens and estate, perfect for a dog walk.

The Shell Grotto

Located in Margate the Shell Grotto is an underground passageway with over 4.6 million shells creating mosaic patterns. Discovered in 1835, the existence of this beautiful grotto is still a mystery to this day.

Whitstable

A small seaside town with a beautiful harbour, Whitstable is a great town to visit in Kent. Enjoy a walk along the beach and through the harbour. Popular for its quirky shops, oysters and stunning seaside location, Whitstable is a peaceful seaside town that is worth a visit.

Port Lympne Reserve

Port Lympne Reserve is perfect for a fun day out for the whole family. With over 900 rare and endangered animals, Port Lympne Reserve is your chance to experience a real safari as well as Kent’s only giraffe. On-site there is also a hotel, cottages, cabins and treehouse suites and cafes around the site.

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