kent places (showing 100 of 187 results)
33 Moray Avenue Birchington Kent CT7 9UN
Fabulous large seaside house in Kent with a hot tub.
Driftwood Beach House
230 Faversham Road Seasalter Whitstable Kent CT5 4BL
Beautiful Whitstable beachfront B&B .
A Secret Garden
8 Honey Hill Blean Near Canterbury Kent CT2 9JP
Your own quirky Secret Garden hideaway in Kent.
The Gate House
Victoria Park Dover Kent CT16 1QR
Your own mini castle – right next door to Dover Castle!
House of Agnes
71 St Dunstans Street Canterbury CT2 8BN
An exceptionally well-run and friendly B&B, in a historic house with a large garden.
54 New Dover Road Canterbury Kent CT1 3DT
A great budget choice for a weekend in Canterbury, whether you're a keen hosteller or a novice.
The Spotted Dog
Smarts Hill Penshurst near Tunbridge Wells Kent TN11 8EP
Stunning views and fabulous home-cooked food; could this be the perfect village inn?
Faversham Road Seasalter CT5 4BP
Unpretentious gastropub that's just been named as best restaurant in the UK.
Tower Hill Whitstable CT5 2BW
Whitstable Castle was never a real castle, but it's a much-loved local landmark
The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge
18 High Street Canterbury CT1 2RA
Recently modernised museum with a delightfully traditional spirit
27 High Street Canterbury CT1 2AZ
The cheerfully retro Boho Café lives up to its name
Café des Amis
95 St Dunstan’s Street Canterbury CT2 8AD
The Café des Amis du Mexique, to give it its full title, is a superior Tex-Mex restaurant
The Precincts Canterbury CT1 2EH
Canterbury’s vast cathedral, mother church of the Anglican communion and seat of the
Canterbury Punting Company
Water Lane Canterbury Kent CT1 2NQ
Punting tours along the River Stour – relax while someone else does all the work
2 Herne Bay Road, Tankerton Whitstable CT5 2LQ
The seasonal, locally sourced menu at JoJo’s is best described as Mediterranean tapas
44 King Street Margate CT9 1QE
Fresh and tasty modern Indian cuisine with a local twist.
Cathedral Gate Hotel
36 Burgate Canterbury CT1 2HA
A rambling medieval building with a stunning, central location
The Old Neptune
Marine Terrace Whitstable CT5 1EJ
Slap bang on the beach, the Neptune features in almost every photo of Whitstable
Luxted Rd Downe Kent BR6 7JT
Darwin's home and outdoor laboratory for forty years.
8–10 St Dunstan's Street Canterbury CT2 8AF
Lovely, historic building housing a classy hotel.
3 Tankerton Road Whitstable CT5 2AB
An enormous apartment with Art Deco style
Tudor Tea Rooms
29 Harbour Street Whitstable CT5 1AH
The half-timbered Tudor Tea Rooms have a fabulously retro feel
The Linen Shed
104 The Street Boughton-under-Blean Kent ME13 9AP
Home-from-home welcome and characterful comforts.
Plough at Stalisfield Green
Stalisfield Green Nr Charing Faversham Kent ME13 0HY
Nice old country pub serving simple local food and well-kept Kentish ales.
Between the High Street and the beach
Whitstable is full of secret alleyways, in particular running between the High Streetand the beach.
The Street East Brabourne Ashford Kent TN25 5LP
Funky boutique luxury above a glorious country pub.
17-19 Crow Lane Rochester Kent ME1 1RF
The house that served as the model for Great Expectations' Satis House.
Bell Yews Green Tunbridge Wells Kent TN3 9HF
Peaceful glampsite on the Kent/Sussex borders.
Walpole Bay Hotel
Fifth Avenue Cliftonville Margate Kent CT9 2JJ
Quirky, eccentric and full of atmosphere – they just don't make hotels like this anymore.
Botany Road Margate Kent CT10 3LG
Dramatic chalk stacks and clean golden sands – a jewel among Thanet's fabulous beaches.
Maidstone Kent ME17 1PL
A formidable castle, beautifully set in the middle of a lake.
Lower Leas Coastal Park
Lower Sandgate Road Folkestone Kent CT20 2JP
Gloriously landscaped coastal park with a terrific playground for kids.
Knightrider Street Sandwich Kent CT13 9EW
Sumptuous luxury and a secret garden.
7 Longport Canterbury Kent CT1 1PE
This boutique B&B delivers as warm an introduction to Canterbury as you could wish for.
Brogdale National Fruit Collection
Brogdale Farm Brogdale Road Faversham Kent ME13 8XZ
The world's largest orchard, with festivals and foodie fun galore.
The Greedy Cow
3 Market Place Margate Kent CT9 1ER
Unassuming deli dishing up terrific fresh food.
Margate Shell Grotto
Grotto Hill Margate Kent CT9 2BU
A pagan temple? A Regency folly? An elaborate hoax?
Wyatt and Jones
23–27 Harbour Street Broadstairs Kent CT10 1EU
Modern British food with sensational seaside views.
15 Love Lane
15 Love Lane Canterbury Kent CT1 1PE
Two beautiful self-catering cottages in a brilliant position in Canterbury city centre.
The Street East Brabourne Ashford Kent TN25 5LP
Friendly folk and fabulous local food in this gorgeous country inn.
The Front Rooms
9 Tower Parade Whitstable CT5 2BJ
Friendly, modern B&B with just three rooms, decorated in minimalist shades of white
High Street Rochester Kent ME1 1PY
Beautifully presented museum of local Rochester history.
The Lifeboat Ale and Cider House
1 Market Street Margate CT9 1EU
Local ale, local food, local people – a little gem in Margate's happening Old Town.
Livingstone Lodge, Port Lympne
Lympne Nr Hythe Kent CT21 4PD
The closest you can get to an African safari without leaving the UK!
7 Market Place Margate Kent CT9 1EN
This lovely Chinese store is a great place to pick up homeware and gifts.
16 Marine Drive Margate Kent CT9 1DH
Excellent boutique hotel by the sea.
The Old Iceworks Bath Place Margate Kent CT9 2BN
Cavernous flea market yielding all manner of quirky – and handy! – treasures.
Broadstairs Kent CT10 1NB
Town beaches don't get much nicer than Broadstairs' Viking Bay.
Vintage & Vinyl
57 The Old High Street, Folkestone Kent CT20 1RN
A gorgeous shop of simple pleasures.
Dungeness Road Dungeness Kent TN29 9NF
Comfy and cosy Dungeness bolthole.
9 High Street Dover Kent CT16 1DP
As you might guess from its name, Allotment serves farm-fresh food.
Belvedere Road Broadstairs Kent CT10 1PF
Seaside B&B with a boho twist.
Canterbury Historic River Tours
Kings Bridge, St Peters Street Canterbury CT1 2AT
A 40-minute river tour of Canterbury, giving a fascinating alternative view of the city
The Castle Inn
Chiddingstone Kent TN8 7AH
Excellent village gastropub with a glorious garden
Castle Hill Dover Kent CT16 1HU
A daunting silhouette crowning the iconic White Cliffs.
Dungeness TN29 9NE
Weirdness abounds in Dungeness. Along with fish and chips.
George and Dragon
24 Fisher Street Sandwich Kent CT13 9EJ
Fifteenth-century inn in a narrow medieval lane.
Hotel du Vin
Crescent Road Tunbridge Wells Kent TN1 2LY
Relaxed elegance with a dash of French flair.
Lullingstone Roman Villa
Lullingstone Lane Eynsford Kent DA4 0JA
Astonishingly well-preserved Roman mosaics in this grand Roman house.
Margate Gallery Shop
2 Lombard Street Margate Kent CT9 1EJ
Gorgeous gifts from this splendid Old Town art gallery.
The Reading Rooms
31 Hawley Square Margate Kent CT9 1PH
Upmarket B&B offering acres of luxurious space.
Shepherd Neame Brewery
17 Court Street Faversham Kent ME13 7AX
Educational and refreshing tours at the home of Kentish brewing.
Biddenden Road near Cranbrook Kent TN17 2AB
Vita Sackville-West's romantic country garden sets the standard for aspiring gardeners everywhere.
Smallhythe Tenterden Kent TN30 7NG
Charming country cottage packed with theatrical history.
1–3 Back Street Folkestone CT19 6NN
Fish and chips, Jim, but not as we know it.
Rendezvous Margate Kent CT9 1HG
The beautiful, airy gallery that turned Margate's fortunes around.
Kingsdown Road Deal Kent CT14 7LJ
Fascinating Tudor castle that was home to the Duke of Wellington.
Near the Old Neptune pub
Typical Whitstable beach, rather stony, divided by groynes, and with a huge expanse of exposed mud when the tide’s out
Whitstable Harbour Village
South Quay The Harbour Whitstable Kent CT5 1AB
The huts at the harbourside marketplace sell everything from local crafts and bread and cheese
Whitstable Oyster Company Restaurant
Royal Native Oyster Stores, The Horsebridge Whitstable CT5 1AF
The restaurant that arguably kick-started Whitstable’s resurgence, the Royal Native Oyster
Abbots Barton Hotel
New Dover Road Canterbury CT1 3DU
Good, solid, midrange hotel in a rambling mansion.
30–33 High Street Canterbury CT1 2RX
The fanciest boutique hotel in Canterbury
All Saints Church, Tudeley
Tudeley TN11 0NZ
Quiet country church ablaze with stunning Chagall windows.
52 Abbey Street Faversham Kent ME13 7BP
Fabulous local food and Shepherd Neame ales.
Baggins Book Bazaar
19 High Street Rochester Kent ME1 1PY
One of the best secondhand bookshops you'll ever find.
White Cliffs Hotel High Street St Margaret’s-at-Cliffe Near Dover CT15 6AT
Relaxed fine dining in a breezy seaside hotel.
Gribble Bridge Lane Biddenden Kent TN27 8DF
Family-owned vineyard in the heart of the Weald.
8 Butchery Lane Canterbury CT1 2JR
A Moorish tapas bar inspired by Granada
Grove Ferry Country Park Kent CT3 4BP
Canoe hire on the secluded waters of the River Stour just outside Canterbury.
Castle Street Canterbury CT1 2PR
Evocative ruined castle, among the most ancient in Britain
Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
The Precincts Canterbury CT1 2EH
Modern lodgings within the grounds of the Cathedral.
Canterbury Heritage Museum
Stour Street Canterbury CT1 2NR
Excellent local history museum in a lovely old building
140 Wincheap Canterbury CT1 3RY
Small, friendly, hotel 10 minutes’ walk from the centre
The Canterbury Tales
St Margaret's Street Canterbury CT1 2TG
An animatronic jaunt through five of Chaucer’s best-loved tales
44–46 Albion Street Broadstairs CT9 1EU
Local ales, ciders and food – and books!
Chapel Down Vineyard
Small Hythe Tenterden Kent TN30 7NG
Award-winning wines in the Garden of England.
Mapleton Rd Westerham Kent TN16 1PS
Churchill's home from 1924 until his death in 1965.
The Chaucer Bookshop
6–7 Beer Cart Lane Canterbury CT1 2NY
Two old houses have been knocked together to house this fine bookstore
4 Island Wall Whitstable CT5 1EP
A friendly B&B in a great location, right by the beach
The Crab and Winkle Way
Between Whitstable and Canterbury
Lovely walking and cycling route following the disused railway line between Canterbury and Whitstable
On the beach!
For at least a hundred years, kids have been crabbing off Whitstable beach
Crab & Winkle Way
Canterbury and Whitstable
The Crab and Winkle Way is a path for hikers and cyclists connecting Canterbury and Whitstable
Dane John Gardens
Watling Street Canterbury CT1 2RN
Canterbury’s most popular park – lawns and gardens with fountains and a bandstand
25–27 Sun Street Canterbury CT1 2HX
Superb, unpretentious modern British restaurant with a menu that changes daily
Leviathan Way Chatham Maritime Kent ME4 4LL
It looks like a shopping centre, which makes what lies within all the more exciting.
17 St Radigunds Street Canterbury CT1 2AA
Pleasant pub with a huge garden and a good range of real ales
25 High Street Canterbury CT1 2BD
Founded in the 12th century, Eastbridge provided "hospitality" for pilgrims
16 Sun Street Canterbury CT1 2HX
Home-made fudge, made in the shop, often while you watch
21 St Peters Street Canterbury CT1 2BQ
Vintage and retro clothing store with a wide selection
The Goods Shed
Station Road West Canterbury CT2 8AN
A fabulous farmers’ market selling organic meat, veg and fruit as well as cheese and bread