Holiday Brochures and Tourist Information for Kent
Explore the Weald of Kent, where some of England’s finest historic houses and gardens are set in glorious countryside. The Weald of Kent Holiday Guide 2013 gives details on all the places to visit and stay in the area.
From museums, historic castles and beautiful gardens there's something for everyone in White Cliffs Country. Stay a little longer and explore unspoilt coastlines then relax with good food in a restaurant or cosy pub. The White Cliffs Country- Dover Deal and Sandwich brochure includes comprehensive White Cliffs CountryTourist Information and ideas for holidays in White Cliffs Country.
Kent is a county for all seasons in which you can relax, explore and enjoy. It is ideally suited for both a day out or a longer stay and contains some of the best visitor attractions in England. Whether yo want fun for the younger members of the family, enchanting gardens, mysterious castles, fascinating museums, animal parks, steam trains, outdoor activities, historic houses or maritime heritage, Kent has something for you.
It's easy to visit Kent in England's south east corner, just 35 minutes from central London on Southeastern's new high speed rail link, and with fantastic 2FOR1 offers on accommodation and attractions, there's never been a better time to visit. Once there, you can stay carbon friendly and visit much of Kent by train including the county's iconic landmarks such as Canterbury Cathedral, Leeds Castle and the White Cliffs of Dover.
Towns & Cities to visit
From small charming sea-side towns to Historic Cities with magnificent cathedrals and breathatking coastlines there is plenty to explore in this southern-east county.
Canterbury Rochester Dover Ashford Broadstaires Folkestone Herne Bay Margate Deal Sandwich Medway
Bitesize Britain allows you to order free holiday brochures featuring Kent tourist information, things to do and see and places to stay – accommodation mostly inspected and graded by the Kent tourist board or similar organisation.