Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle

Leeds Castle is probably one of the most famous and beautiful castles in England.

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Tenterden

Tenterden

Tenterden is a lovely broad avenued town with over 200 listed buildings. Lots of antique shops and small boutiques, pubs, restaurants and coffee bars

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Kent & Sussex Steam Railway

Kent & Sussex Railway

The Kent & Sussex Steam Railway is a fantastic way to travel to Bodiam Castle, the last castle to be built in England in the hope that it would stop the Dutch & French from sailing up the rivers in order to maraud the Kent countryside and the people.

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Hastings

Hastings

Hastings offers a Victorian seaside promomade with traditional 'kiss me quick' attractions, smugglers old town, beach based fishing quarter including musium & aquarium, Norman castle ruins, Jerwood Art Gallery & rocky shoreline below towering cliffs as part of a nature reserve.

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Sissinghurst

Sissinghurst

Sissinghurst is the most famous garden in England. A must to visit. There’s so much more to explore and learn: from the architecture of the buildings to the astonishing history of the place and the people who lived there.

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Rye

Rye

Rye is Steeped in history this small fishing port, with its cobbled streets, narrow passageways, engaging shops, was often raided by the French, in bygone years, but mind you the people in Rye did the same to the French ports - a sort of tit-for-tat

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Battle

Battle

Enjoy a cream tea in the square at Battle before exploring the Norman Abbey & field thought to have been the site of the most famous battle of 1066.

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Royal Tunbridge Wells

Royal Tunbridge Wells

Royal Tunbridge Wells is a Spa town with The Pantiles a must to visit, sit outside and enjoy tea, coffee and maybe a bite to eat and 'people watch' or visit the small boutiques.

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Bodiam Castle

Bobium Castle

Bodiam is a fairytale castle complete with spiral staircases, battlements, moat and a portcullis. A truly magical place.

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Benenden Village

Benenden

Benenden is a quintessential beutuful English village in the heart of the Kent countryside

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Bodiam Boating Station

Benenden

Enjoy messing about on the river at the Bodiam Boating Station

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The Ferry Inn

Benenden

The Ferry Inn is an ancient, Seventeenth Century pub and restaurant that was the home of the ferry between the Isle-of-Oxney and the English mainland at Appledore.

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