Kent Holiday Deals & Short Break Offers
UK Coach Deals: Yorkshire Departures for UK Coach Breaks this October from just £99 with Shearings Holidays!! If you love the UK then you will love this deal from Shearings … more.
UK Coach Holidays: Soak up some UK sun with Shearings Holidays this Summer from as little as £179pp. It is time to book your summer holidays, give yourself something positive … more.
Expires: 30th Aug 2017
UK Coach Holiday Deal: Grab a great last minute coach break and get a great deal, from just £89pp Want to get away for a few days? Fancy a last … more.
Expires: 27th May 2018
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Expires: 22nd Apr 2018
UK Senior Coachcard Deal: Save a third on all standard fares with a Senior Coachcard, just £10 per year! Do you love taking day trips and short breaks? Enjoy visiting friends … more.
Expires: 7th Apr 2018
UK Coach Break Deals: Grab a great value coach break in from £129pp with JustGoHolidays Give yourself something to look forward to in 2016 with a great value coach break … more.
Expires: 14th Jan 2018
UK Coach Deals: North West Departures for UK Coach Breaks this August from just £104 with Shearings Holidays!! If you love the UK then you will love this deal from … more.
Kent – “The Garden of England”
Kent has a history that goes back to prehistoric times, finds have shown evidence of human activity through all the major periods: Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and beyond.
The county was involved in many of the earlier rebellions (14th to 16th centuries) and the Royal Navy first started using the River Medway as a base in 1547. A dockyard at Chatham was developed by the early 17th century. The fleet used this base during the 18th century in the wars with France, so that they could operate along the Dutch and French coasts (the action moved to Portsmouth and Plymouth later).
Much of The Battle of Britain took place over Kent during the Second World War and many “flying bombs” landed on the county.
Although Kent has been involved in many other industries, it is perhaps best known for its agriculture (especially orchards and hop gardens) and Kent is frequently referred to as “The Garden of England”
Reasons to visit Kent
Famous landmarks in Kent include the “White Cliffs of Dover” and the channel tunnel which connects England to France.
As a result of the earlier wars, Kent has many castles like the unusual Deal Castle (16th century), the medieval Dover Castle (12th century), Hever Castle (13th century), Leeds Castle (12th century), Rochester Castle, Scotney Castle (country house), Tonbridge Castle and Walmer Castle.
Other interesting places include Canterbury Cathedral, Rochester Cathedral, Brockhill Country Park, Isle of Sheppey and the Kent Battle of Britain Museum. There are also numerous Railways, Parks and ancient monuments.
Entertainment and Dining in Kent
There are plenty of places to find entertainment, such as theatres, nightclubs, cinemas and pubs. Kent offers a good selection of eating places like The Ambrette Restaurant in Margate, Gavin Gregg Restaurant in Sevenoaks and Chapmans Restaurant in Canterbury.
Accommodation in Kent
You can find many Guest Houses and B&Bs, along with self-catering apartments and camping sites. Hotels include Starborough Manor in Edenbridge, the Premier Inn in Maidstone and Hempstead House in Sittingbourne.