If you are looking for “Holiday Cottages in Kent” or “Self Catering Accommodation in Kent” then we believe you have found it.
We are tucked away in a little corner of the “Garden of England” enjoying extensive views of the surrounding countryside. Wildlife visitors to our garden include greater spotted and green woodpeckers and on those peaceful summer days a distant cuckoo sings.
Equidistant from the villages of Horsmonden, Goudhurst and Marden. Ideally situated for a visit to gorgeous local gardens Sissinghurst and Great Dixter as well as outstanding castles Leeds, Scotney and Hever.
Less than 1 hour from London by train and a mere 45 minutes from the Channel Tunnel.
Well looked after in lovely cottage. Very good hosts. Will recommend to our friends.Bryan + Jean Wakefield, Birmingham 27 July 2017
So comfortable, a home away from home in gorgeous setting. Can't wait to return and fill the house with family xx Thanks Jo for everything! 20-25 July 2017Julia & Kevin Armstrong
ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL STAY! THANK YOU SO MUCH!Noel + Zena 15 April 2017
Very cosy cottage in a beautiful area: we had a lovely holidays. Thank you. (October 2016)Corruble’s family, France
Wonderful cottage - the best we have rented so far. Joanna & Paul are the perfect hosts and made us very welcome. Stanley & Bertie (Grandchildren) said 'When can we come again!' (April 2017)Tony & Brenda Wood Lancashire
We love Kent! (April 2017)Christine & Eric and their grandchildren
Dont worry be happy! Thank you for your hospitality, friendliness and especially your humour. (May 2014)Family Groenendjk Breda, Utrecht & Amerongen, Conny and Gea
Beautiful cottage. Very nice place to stay! Kent is worth another visit. May 2014Family Knol from the Netherlands
Sue & Terry Irving & Norma Chapman Sydney, Australia - A very comfortable cottage in a great location. We had a most enjoyable two weeks here. Thank you, Jo & Paul.The Irving’s & Norma from Australia
Bill, Maureen, Steve, Cathy and Josephine Cosham, Bermuda - Jo and Paul were very helpful. A great location to see the wonderful sights of Kent. Very comfortable and cozy cottage. Recommended.Bill Cosham from Bermuda
Melanie, Dirk, Sebastian, Marie & Emma Bensing, Germany - It was a wonderful holiday, a comfortable cottage, nice weather and last but not least very friendly and helpful hosts. Thank you for all.The Bensing’s from Germany
Andre de Cock, Murielle Gernaure, Bas, Luma, Vera - Roosendaal, the Netherlands.We had a great holiday, it was a spacious and luxurious cottage and we enjoyed the beautiful landscape of Kent. Thanks for the warm and friendly welcome and the service. Bye Bye!Andre from Holland
Moira & Jacob Conradie, Stillestrande, Stilbaai RSA - We enjoyed every moment in Kent and though you have a lovely cottage with spectacular view. God Bless!!Moira & Jacob from South Africa
Fam Kleefman/Dehher Delfzyl/Wedde Netherlands Erik, Annet, Stevan - Nice cottage lots to see in the area, great football pitch with personal coach (thanks for the tricks Will!) friendly owners! Till next time.Fam Kleefman from Holland
Charl, Inge, Pieter & Anne Conradie, Schildwolde, The Netherlands - A most delightful holiday in Kent and Little Dodges and its kind owners made all the difference.Charl Schildwolde from Holland
At the Precinct in Rochester Kent.
Unveil the mysteries of one of the country’s oldest charities.
The Rochester Bridge Trust has provided and maintained crossings of the River Medway for more than 600 years – with the first bridge on the site built almost 2,000 years ago – but there is still much that remains unknown about the organisation among the general public, as visitors to the Bridge Works exhibition will discover. The cathedral crypt will house the main exhibition, taking visitors through the ages as they follow the changing shape of Rochester’s bridges. While across the hall Langdon’s Den – home of education mascot Langdon the Lion – will house a series of fun and educational civil engineering activities for children.
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