Kent covers the south-eastern 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 accommodation. On the way in the county you will pass atmospheric cottages and the typical oast houses, which you can recognise by the round white point on the roof. They were originally hop warehouses; now they have often been converted into homes.
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Vacation Rental Price Information in Kent
Check the graph above to find out what's the best time to travel and find accommodation in Kent. Booking a vacation rental is most expensive in July. In the period 7/15 - 7/22, you will need to pay $261 on average. In contrast, March and the period of 3/2 - 3/9 are the most affordable in the year, with vacation rental prices at $149 per night.
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This graph displays the availability of vacation rentals in Kent over the next 12 months. If you want to visit Kent in April, make sure to book soon, as 54% of the vacation rentals have already been booked. In contrast, the month with the highest availability rate in Kent is October.
Fine holiday homes in the English county of Kent
1. From Dover to Canterbury
Gliffs 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 striking. Those arriving by ferry from Calais or Dunkirk will see them slowly approaching.
Dover Castle stands on the cliffs near Dover. From the medieval castle, people used to keep an eye on the sea. Nowadays, it is a monument. You can see exhibitions, walk around in the garden and descend into the tunnels that belong to the castle.
If you are in Kent, then Canterbury Cathedral is a must see. The cathedral was commissioned in 1070. The stained-glass windows are especially beautiful. Volunteers are happy to tell you more about the cathedral.
Hever Castle in Heven near Edenbridge was once the residence of Anna Boleyn, who married the English King Henry VIII. The beautiful gardens surrounding the castle include an exciting yew maze for your children to wander through.
The Hawking Centre
At Doddington you can get up close and personal with birds of prey at The Hawking Centre. There are shows with owls, falcons, eagles, vultures and hawks. The falconers will give an explanation and those who dare can put on a glove and land a bird on their arm.