Holiday cottages in Kent

You might think that because of its close proximity to the bustling metropolis of London, neighbouring Kent may be overshadowed. But the coastal county is not to be underestimated with its sun drenched seaside spots, thriving wartime history and real Tudor villages.

It’s the perfect getaway for city-dwellers to recharge and fill their lungs with fresh coastal air on a walk along the iconic White Cliffs of Dover. Or for those after a bit of culture, venture below the cliffs to find a complex of eerie tunnels built for the gun battery during WWII.

The exterior of East Cottage and The Lighthouse Tower, Dover, Kent

East Cottage, St Margaret 

Wake up to a breath-taking sunrise upon the horizon when you stay at East Cottage. It sits high on the Cliffs of Dover and adjoins a former Victorian lighthouse. Watch the ships pass over the English Channel whilst you explore the Kent coastal path or walk to St. Margaret’s for its village and bay.

The exterior of Priest's House, Cranbrook, Kent

Priest's House, Nr Cranbrook 

Gardeners will be in their element in this former Elizabethan mansion which sits amongst the gardens at Sissinghurst Castle. Let the tranquillity of the garden and views of the Kent countryside from this relaxing retreat take away the stresses of daily life.