Photos of Kent

Browse through the photos below to aid you in discovering where to visit in Kent during your stay or read our travel guide to learn more about this part of South East England. Take a look at some holiday cottages in Kent.

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An Oast house

Buildings such as these were originally constructed for kilning / drying hops as part of the brewing process. Nowerdays due to the size of these, many have been converted into accommodation and make an ideal choice for guests looking for something with distinct character. The oldest and most well preserved dates back to 1750 and is located near the towns of Cranbrook and Royal Tunbridge Wells

Hever Castle near Edenbridge

Hever Castle was a medieval defence castle built in 1270. During the 15th-16th center it became a childhood home to the famous King Henry VIII's second wife Anne Boleyn. Its a great venue for a dream wedding or a day visit to explore the gardens or learn the history of this historic building

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle is one of the most visited buildings, with very picturque views within the building. It was King Henry VIII's first country house with his first wife Catherine of Aragon. Its open all year round and looks different through different seasons. Lots of events take place here. There's plenty to do with in the castle lots of different walks from parkland walks to wildlife walk, wellie walks. Vistiors can meet and have talks about the wildlife such as birds of pray.