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The Blazing Donkey - Deal Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Blazing Donkey

Hay Hill, Deal - Map
 
 
The Blazing Donkey is only 1 hour from London nestled in beautiful Kent countryside between the historic Cinque Port towns of …More
Eastwell Manor - Ashford Hotels
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Eastwell Manor

Eastwell Park, Ashford - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (40 reviews)
Step over the threshold of the beautiful historic Manor House and be welcomed by warming log fires, magnificent carved …More
ABode Canterbury - Canterbury Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

ABode Canterbury

30-33 High St, Canterbury - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (242 reviews)
This modern, three-storey hotel is situated in the pedestrianised high street in Canterbury city centre, and is only 200 …More
The Millers Arms - Canterbury Hotels
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The Millers Arms

2 Mill Lane, Canterbury - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (297 reviews)
Best Western Plus Dover Marina Hotel & Spa - Dover Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Dover Marina Hotel & Spa

Dover Waterfront, Waterloo Crescent, Dover - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (361 reviews)
Our 81 newly decorated rooms offer state-of-the-art, ensuite accommodation that's designed to satisfy all tastes and …More
Hadlow Manor Hotel - Tonbridge Hotels
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Hadlow Manor Hotel

Goose Green, Tonbridge - Map
 
 
Hadlow Manor Hotel is a comfortable, newly refurbished, listed Georgian manor house located on the A26, in the beautiful …More
Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club - Maidstone Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Tudor Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Ashford Road, Maidstone - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (131 reviews)
The Falstaff Hotel - Canterbury Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Falstaff Hotel

8-10 St Dunstan Street Kent, Canterbury - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (302 reviews)
Ship & Trades - Chatham Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Ship & Trades

Maritime Way, Chatham - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (96 reviews)
Royal Albion Hotel - Broadstairs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Royal Albion Hotel

6-12 Albion Street, Broadstairs - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (85 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Kent

    You can’t visit The Garden of Eden, but you can visit the Garden of England! With flourishing gardens, castles and cathedrals and sheer white seaside cliffs, it’s no wonder this historic and romantic county inspired the great poet Chaucer to write ‘The Canterbury Tales’. You may feel like penning some verses yourself when you book your Kent hotel with us.

    History

    Kent was the first place Julius Caesar and his troops set foot when the Romans invaded Britain in 55BC, leading to an epic battle beneath the cliffs of Dover. The settlement of Londinium (now London) was then established around AD50 as a commercial centre for the Roman Empire. After the Romans retreated, both the Jutes (in the 5th Century AD) and the Normans (in the 11th century AD) took turns to mount invasions of Kent. In more recent history, Kent’s lovely scenery has inspired writers and artists like Chaucer, Charles Dickens and the landscape painter J.M.W Turner.

    Things to do

    Take a step back through the centuries as you check out the paintings and antique furniture at Penshurst Manor House, one of England’s most impressively-preserved manor houses. The 11 acres of walled Elizabethan gardens will really make your visit complete. If you want a marvellous Medieval experience, castle-hop to Leeds Castle (which has a nice big moat), Scotney Castle, Rochester Castle or Hever Castle, and wander their gorgeous gardens and parklands.

    Animal lovers can check out Howlett’s Wild Animal Park, Port Lympne Wild Animal Park or Wingham Wildlife Park, while those who love car racing can head to Brand’s Hatch, one of the UK’s most beloved circuits.

    Caesar’s long gone, so you won’t have a fight on your hands when you visit the white cliffs of Dover. You will, however, have the chance to walk the coastal track to the South Foreland Lighthouse and admire the views of the English Channel and the steep, towering chalk-white cliffs.

    Shopping and dining

    The Garden of England grows some delicious fresh food. Chow down on a succulent lamb raised on Romney Marsh, or oysters from the waters of Whitstable. Wash it down with a glass (or a bottle) of wine from one of the local vineyards, sometimes with bonus ocean views. If you can’t afford fine dining, Kent’s cafes and pubs will still provide great food in a warm and welcoming village environment.

    Shopping time? Drop into the boutique stores scattered around the streets of Kent or visit a shopping village like Bluewater in Dartford, which has more than 300 stores and a range of cafes and bars to choose from.

    Getting here

    Kent is about an hour’s drive from London, so make your way to the UK with one of our flights to London. Hire a car or catch a train to Kent and you’ll be able to get around Kent by bus, or better yet, by walking (and there’s a lot to see when you take a walk!) Book your Kent accommodation with us and you’ll be content in Kent. Image from Hyougushi
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