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"The Garden of England". From maritime coast to beautiful countryside, Kent is a very "English" county with a wealth of picturesque villages, castles, stately homes and gardens.




Spread along the North Kent Coast Swale embraces Faversham, Sittingbourne & The Isle of Sheppey. A contrasting landscape where countryside meets coast featuring orchards, farmlands, popular beaches, wild marshes & idyllic waters.




With hundreds of listed buildings, Faversham is one of the most historic towns in the South of England set between the rural beauty of the Downs and the flatlands of the North Kent marshes.




England's most famous cathedral city, today Canterbury is a delightful mixture of archtecture, history, arts & culture, museums, shops, visitor attractions & good pubs & restaurants.




Embraces a rich historical legacy. The fairytale castles of Dover, Deal & Walmer, the Roman House & the Bronze Age Boat in Dover.Nearby, the Roman Fort at Richborough & the ancient market town of Sandwich.




The "Pearl of Kent", Whitstable is famous for its oysters & other seafood as well as a vibrant contemporary arts scene. The pretty weatherboard cottages, winding lanes & small fishing harbour, recall Whitstable's rich maritime history.




Rich in heritge the Romans & Normans each left their mark and the area has a long seafaring tradition. Rochester Castle & Cathedral & the Chatham Historic Dockyard are witness to this. Charles Dickens also left his mark , as a son of Rochester, his books feature many places & buildings in Medway.

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