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Kent, Surrey and Sussex

An aerial view of land on the White Cliffs of Dover coastline, Kent
White Cliffs of Dover, Kent | © National Trust Images / John Miller

For the hazy meadows of the South Downs, never-ending coastal paths and war time history

Oldbury Hill Campsite, Kent

Camping in Kent 

Welcoming tents, campervans, caravans and motorhomes, Oldbury Hill Campsite offers a relaxing and easy getaway in a Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Explore the neighbouring woods and hill fort, or walk a little further to Ightham Mote’s 14th-century moated manor house, gardens and estate. You’ll have free entry here during your stay as well as at all other National Trust places.

The exterior of Priest's House, Cranbrook, Kent

Holiday cottages in Kent 

Enjoy 66 miles of coastal paths through wildflower headlands, the iconic White Cliffs and a plethora of wartime history when you stay in Kent. It's also home to fairy-tale castles, Tudor villages and the home of Winston Churchill.

A view of the house at Standen, West Sussex

Self-catering cottages in Sussex 

Whether you want to experience the winding lanes and classic seafront of Brighton or the hazy meadows of the South Downs, you'll need a stay that will make your experience memorable. You can choose from our quintessentially English thatched cottage, an apartment inspired by William Morris or a cottage nestled in the woods.

A guest and dog relax in their holiday cottage on the Holnicote Estate in Somerset

Dog-friendly holiday cottages in Kent, Surrey and Sussex 

Kent, Surrey and Sussex are a great spot for a dog-friendly holiday with heaps of walks on offer, through forests and across hill tops. You and your dog will be spoiled for choice.

The first double bedroom at The Slipway, Croyde, Devon

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