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Holidays in Kent are also holidays in the 'Garden of England'. This beautiful region is so named because of its beauty, with many gardens, country houses and castles that are located in a rural environment. Kent has always been popular with the royal family in the past, both Hever Castle and Leeds Castle have had royal inhabitants. Your holiday home in Kent is surrounded by beautiful nature and impressive culture in Great Britain.

Beautiful nature from your holiday home in Kent

From your holiday home in Kent, you can go on lovely trips along winding roads, running through picturesque villages and by impressive castles and country houses in Great Britain. During your holiday, you can enjoy a typical English beer in one of the rural pubs. England is known for its delicious locally brewed beers and its unique pub food, which you can enjoy in one of the typical bars along quiet country roads, and in authentic villages. During your holiday in one of the holiday homes in Kent, it's highly recommended to visit the breathtaking coastline with its White Cliffs! This beautiful phenomenon creates a unique natural landscape. You can also enjoy your holiday on one of Great Britain's sandy and pebble beaches. Take a walk through one of the bays and coastal towns, like Ramsgate, Folkstone, Broadstairs, and the charming Whitstable. Visit the old port towns of Sandwich and Hythe during your visit to Kent.

Holiday in Kent, all about experience!

Do you really want to experience something during your holiday in Kent? Then go and discover the many possibilities of Kent! Historic Canterbury, with its famous cathedral, and Leeds Castle are certainly worth a visit. Nature, culture and garden lovers will enjoy themselves here! From your holiday home in Kent, you can also enjoy the culture in one of the many characteristic antique shops or at the farmers' markets in Kent. Golfers can go to one of the many extensive golf courses in Kent, beautiful courses for every golfer! Would you like to enjoy the beauty of nature to the full during your holiday in Kent? Then grab your bike, and explore the landscape of Great Britain! The trip on the old steam train from Hythe and Dungeness and a visit to the fascinating shell cave (Shell Grotto) truly are exceptional experiences.

Don't forget to visit the vibrant capital of London! London is easily accessible from your holiday home in Kent. In London, there are many lovely authentic buildings, which are beautiful in themselves. The most important of these is Big Ben, part of the Houses of Parliament. During your holiday in Kent, the Tower of London is also worth a visit. This is a large museum in a fortress that used to function as a royal palace, but also as a prison. Tower Bridge is located next to the Tower of London, all great attractions during your holiday in Kent! In addition, don't forget to visit Buckingham Palace. The ferris wheel London Eye and The O2 (formerly Millennium Dome) are also a great attraction for young people! Look down on London from 135 metres, or enjoy a spectacular concert in the large event complex. There's a lot more to do in London, do it all from your holiday home in Kent!
In short: Discover the entire Southeast region of Great Britain from one of our holiday homes in Kent!

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Holiday in Kent - FAQs
How many Belvilla houses can I choose from in Kent?

At Belvilla, you can choose from 100+ properties for your stay in Kent.

What are the most important places to visit in Kent?

Leeds Castle, Chartwell, Hever Castle and Gardens, Canterbury Cathedral, Dover Castles are some of the famous places in Kent.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Kent?

Some of the must-try activities in Kent are:

  • Visiting castles
  • Exploring vineyards
  • Going to museums
  • Exploring local culture
  • Sightseeing
What are the recommended dishes in Kent?

Some of the recommended dishes in Kent are Tart, Ales, Strawberries, Canterbury Tart, Whitstable Oysters, Folkestone Pudding pie, marsh lamb, berries, and beans.

What is the ideal time for tourists to visit Kent?

March to May are the best months for tourists to visit Kent.