Medieval castle in Kent

Self-catering holiday cottages in Kent

Christmas, Easter, summer holidays or simply a short break to Kent in the far South Eastern corner of the United Kingdom . Greater London to the north west, Surrey to the west and East Sussex to the south west. Across the Thames is Essex and across the English Channel is the French department of Pas-de-Calais. Kent has some of the prettiest villages with really quaint cottages - perfect for couples for large family groups to rent - picture scented roses and everything quintessentially English! You will find large barn conversions, mock Tudor houses, stone cottages, wooden chalets and cliff top coastal cottages for holiday lets in Kent - browse the list below and find the perfect self-catering property for your holiday.

3 bedrooms, sleeps 5, Bathroom with shower bath. Holiday house by the sea on Kent coast - minutes from beach and minutes from Dymchurch town centre. Near Hythe and Rye. Pets welcome. Storage for bikes in garage.

Dymchurch holiday home, Kent

Dymchurch Detached Bungalow, Dymchurch Romney Marsh

Perfect for a beach and summer holiday in Kent - with sandy beaches where dogs are welcome. A coastal self-catering cottage in a spectacular position near the beach in Romney Marsh, on the South East Coast, Hythe only 4 miles away.

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3 apartments with 2 bedrooms (sleeping up to 4) in South Barn + 2 large 3 bedroom apartments (sleeping up to 6 ) in North Barn. Sheerness, Kent. Large parties sleeping 24 could rent them all. Sorry no pets

superior converted barn in Kent with coastal views

Connetts Farm Holiday Cottages, Sheerness

5 self-catering apartments in Kent with coastal views over the Thames Estuary - a wonderful barn conversion on a 100 acre working family owned farm in Sheerness. Easy access to London if desired. Fishing, bird watching and fossil hunting on the beach are very popular holiday activities here. Wind...

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Staying in Kent

The Kent Downs runs through the centre of the county and the High Weald is to the south. Kent, one of the home counties, is also known as 'The Garden of England' and has an abundance of fruit growers and more specialist hops.

Being by the sea Kent also has some important ports and towns. Dover is the most well known port in the midst of the famous White Cliffs. Deal, Ramsgate, Margate, Folkestone and Whitstable are just some of the seaside towns found in Kent.

Inland some the places to visit are Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone and of course Cantebury.