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South East England holiday cottages
Battle Bodiam CastleBodiam Castle is on the north west border near the village of Robertsbridge, it is an outstanding 14th century National Trust building with gorgeous surroundings. Its a great place to visit for all the family especially with kids to learn the history behind this building, find out what it was like to live in the castle from back in time, see armer and try it on. Have the opportunity to tour around the castle Dorking View from Box hillThis view was captured from Box hill in Surrey, near Dorking, overlooking the North Downs Midhurst South Downs National ParkOne of the many tracks on the South Downs National Park popular with walkers Lymington New Forest National ParkOne of many woodland walks in Hampshire's New Forest National Park Yarmouth The infamous needles and lighthouseQuite possibly the most well know part of IOW, are these 3 chalk needles rise out of the sea at the most westerly point on the island. Take a boat trip to see the needles and the nearby sea cliffs at Alum Bay Sandown Isle of wight ZooThis is a family-run Zoo, being a particular specialist in tigers and lemurs. Built near the coast at Sandown on ruins of a Victorian Fort which were previously used to guard the area. Nearby is the Sandown beach which is arguably the best beach on the island Maidstone Leeds CastleLeeds 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.

South East England holiday cottages

With an illustrious past that has played a major role in shaping the Britain we know and love today, the South East of England has become a popular short break and holiday destination for people of all ages and backgrounds. Family holidays can be enjoyed along famous coastal areas like Brighton, or you can tour vineyards and explore ‘The Garden of England’ also more commonly known as Kent.

Regardless of what you want from your holiday, the South East of England will be able to provide it. As the area that inspired the works of Roald Dahl, Watership Down and Winnie the Pooh, its countryside inspires joy and relaxation in those who explore it. The unspoilt beaches of Sussex's coast will delight history lovers, who can revel in monuments and ruins associated with the infamous battle which took place in 1066. Friends and family can also spend quality time together in one of the many country pubs, which are dotted along the numerous miles of countryside or coastal walks stretching right across this region from Kent in the east, down to Hampshire in the far west. For those who want to escape into their own slice of South East England paradise, the Isle of Wight offers an abundance of self-catering holiday cottages, with a wide selection of stately homes and beaches to keep the family entertained, not to mention its rich mixture of history which ranges from prehistoric dinosaur fossils to pre Bronze Age artefacts.

No matter what you want from a holiday in the South East of England, the area will not fail to provide it. Whether you are a family with young children looking for a working farm holiday, or a couple wishing to amble lazily through the New Forest, your holiday in South East England will create lasting memories that you will want to recreate. As well as providing a great transport links for London and further afield, it is home to the most active parts of England's wine making industry. From horse races at the Goodwood racecourse in West Sussex, to the nearby Kia Oval for cricket lovers, the South East of England is ideal for sports lovers of all natures. While Brighton's sea front will allow you to experience an eclectic mix of different cultures alongside Britain's finest food, the rugged coasts of Hampshire will help you experience British tranquillity.

With plenty of country cottages available, you can enjoy the South East of England at your own leisure, time and time again.

Shown on the map and list below are the popular places in South East of England. To see the properties near a particular town click on a map marker or list item... alternatively click ‘refine your search’ to browse for a particular South East England holiday home. If you wish to make a broader search click on the name of your preferred county.

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