Holiday Cottages Kent
Having been affectionately known as ‘The Garden of England’ for many centuries, Kent is a county that has plenty of offer any visitor. Although conveniently close to the capital, London, holiday cottages Kent are able to boast typically rural settings and a total chance to put your feet-up in the perfect home-from-home.
Holiday cottage in Kent will provide the whole family with plenty to keep them entertained throughout an entire holiday. The county is steeped in history and this means that there are a myriad of museums to be found in all of the main towns and cities. Kent has an immensely long coastline and pleasant resorts have sprung up to keep full advantage of this fact.
Ramsgate and Margate are two such examples and although these resorts fell into neglect in previous years, the booming UK tourist industry is now helping to bring these perfect seaside resorts back to life again. Margate even has a large funfair which is an absolute must for the younger ones in any group. The beach here is ideal for swimming and other water sports and perfectly safe. Holiday cottages Kent will be conveniently located to allow you to be close to these charming seaside towns on the northern coast.
If history is your real passion, you simply must head for the city of Canterbury. Of course, the number one attraction on your itinerary is likely to be the impressive Canterbury Cathedral. Canterbury is thought to be one of the oldest cities in Britain and indeed it can actually trace its origins as far back as 597 A.D. This is the site where Christianity was first introduced to our island nation. Holiday cottages Kent are in ample supply in this sought-after part of the county.
Leeds Castle is a confusingly named tourist attraction: sounding as though it should be located in the north of England, instead. However, it is on most peoples’ itineraries when they stay in holiday cottages Kent and is well worth the time to visit.
Whilst there is plenty to keep you happy on any holiday cottages Kent holiday, there are plenty of people that take full advantage of the fact that they are only 23 miles from France, in the closest part of the county, to hop over the Channel for the day. Make sure you take your passport with you and head for the busiest seaport in the world – Dover; for a quick day trip. There are dozens of sailings each and every day and this really is the perfect excuse to stock up on wine to take back to holiday cottages Kent.
When staying in a holiday cottage in Kent you can expect to enjoy some of the warmest and driest weather in the British Isles. During the months of July and August you can look forward to basking in average temperatures of between 21 C and 24 C.