Kent covers the southeastern tip of England and is famous for its hilly landscape and the chalk cliffs of Dover. It is a unique region to book a holiday home. On your way through the county you will pass charming cottages and the typical for the region houses (those with the round white tip on the roof). Originally they were warehouses for hops; now they have mostly been converted into regular houses.
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Holiday Letting Price Information in Kent
We analysed data from the last 12 months and built the graph above to show you accommodation prices in Kent. The average accommodation price reaches its highest point in July (27/07 – 03/08), at £202 per night. However, prices of holiday houses and apartments are most competitive in November (16/11 – 23/11).
Rental availability information in Kent
The above graph shows you how many holiday rentals are available in Kent in different months. If you want to visit Kent in October, make sure to book soon, as 61% of the holiday lettings have already been booked. On the other hand, only 22% of holiday lettings in Kent have been booked in March, so this is a good time to look for deals.
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From Dover to Canterbury
Chalk Cliffs of Dover
The cliffs of Dover are the hallmark of the west coast of Kent. They consist of white chalk cliffs and are therefore very conspicuous. Anyone arriving by ferry from Calais or Dunkirk will see them slowly approaching.
Medieval castle in Dover was called "Key to England", as it served as a fortress and place to keep an eye from on costal line and the sea. Nowadays it is a monument, inviting visitors for exhibitions, long walks around castle's garden and discovering the tunnels that belong to the castle.
If you are in Kent, Canterbury Cathedral, commissioned in 1070, is a must see. Pay attention to especially beautiful stained glass windows.!
Hever Castle in Heven near Edenbridge was once the residence of Anna Boleyn, who married the English King Henry VIII. In the beautiful gardens around the castle an exciting maze of yews has been created where you and your children can wander for hours.
The Hawking Centre
At Doddington you should visit birds of prey center. There are shows with owls, falcons, eagles, vultures and hawks. The falconers give explanations and if you dare, you can put on a gauntlet and have a bird land on its arm.
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