Holiday Homes to Rent in Kent, the Garden of England.

Kent is known as ‘The Garden of England, with beautiful castles, delightful formal gardens, roman villas and long stretches of golden beaches. Enjoy romantic, short weekend breaks or fun-filled self catering holidays at one of Kent's many traditional country cottages. Visit the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral, take a short journey to the White Cliffs of Dover, a day trip to the City of London, or, if you’re feeling like something completely different, why not take a quick ferry-trip across to France or Belgium for the day? There are a great variety of water activities to be enjoyed along the coastline too, ranging from surfing and kayaking to the more tranquil sailing and leisurely boat trips. Inland Kent overflows with incredible rural landscapes, country parks and nature reserves, which makes Kent more than ideal for walking and cycling along the network of long-distance routes and day trails. There are some delightful attractions such as The Shell Grotto, thought to have been a site of Pagan worship near Margate ortest your nerves on the UK's longest toboggan run (700m) near at the Chatham Ski Slope (no snow necessary). It's popular with adult and children alike and definitely a memorable holiday experience!

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The Barn, Rye, Kent

The Barn, Rye

Located in the picturesque village of Newenden, the Barn offers ideal accommodation for those wishing to explore the South Kent coast and countryside

Annie's Cottage, Ramsgate, Kent

Annie's Cottage, Ramsgate

Annie's Cottage is a grade 2 listed one bedroom cottage which can sleep between 2 and 3 guests in the bedroom, and it also has a bed settee for even more. Charming and characterful it has exposed brick and flint walls, and original beams. It has a 4 Star rating from Quality in Tourism.

St Christophers, Broadstairs, Kent

St Christophers, Broadstairs

St Christophers is an accessible seaside holiday bungalow in Kent, close to Broadstairs seafront and beach, with garden and off-road parking. Sleeps 4 in two bedrooms.

The Bothy, Rye, Kent

The Bothy, Rye

The Bothy is a recently converted single-storey barn offering rural self-catering holidays on the Kent coast near Rye with uninterrupted views over glorious countryside. The Bothy sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, both having en suite bathrooms.

Primrose Cottage, Sandwich, Sandwich, Kent

Primrose Cottage, Sandwich, Sandwich

Character holiday cottage with Wi-Fi in the heart of medieval Sandwich in Kent . Grade 2 listed 2-bedroom building sleeping 4, with beams, inglenook and log-burner. Private courtyard, Garage parking. Two miles from the sea. Pets welcome.

Well Cottage, Ramsgate, Kent

Well Cottage, Ramsgate

Well cottage is a bright, airy 1 bedroom cottage all on one level. It sleeps 2 to 4 guests and has private off road parking. Situated on the edge of the village of Manston it is close to the Kent coast with lots of award winning sandy beaches. It has a Gold 3 Star rating from Quality in Tourism.

Casa Mar Bella, Ramsgate, Ramsgate, Kent

Casa Mar Bella, Ramsgate, Ramsgate

Traditional seaside holiday cottages in one of the sunniest corners of England, the vibrant seaside resort of Ramsgate, don’t come better than this. Casa Mar Bella is a large holiday home in Kent. This pet friendly, luxurious town house offers superb sea and marina views and sleeps 11 in 5 bedroo...

The Chapel, Ramsgate, Kent

The Chapel, Ramsgate

The Chapel is a large, luxurious 3 bedroom, self catering holiday property, close to many sandy award winning sandy beaches and pretty coastal villages. It can sleep up to 10 guests and is perfect for families, friends and entertaining. The Chapel has a Gold 4 Star from Quality in Tourism.

The Beach House, Whitstable, Whitstable, Kent

The Beach House, Whitstable, Whitstable

You’'ve found it! The perfect self catering accommodation in Whitstable, Kent. The Beach House Whitstable is settled on the beach in the quiet hamlet of Seasalter on the “Oyster Coast.” Just outside the idyllic coastal town of Whitstable, this detached, two bed, spacious, glass...

Riverside, Rye, Kent

Riverside, Rye

A beautiful recently renovated house set on the banks of the River Rother.

Manor Farmhouse, Sittingbourne, Kent

Manor Farmhouse, Sittingbourne

Manor Farmhouse comprises of three large buildings and a heated outdoor pool. The farmhouse is a traditional 15th Century thatched timber framed property with 4 bedrooms, the Barn has 3 and Stable Cottage also 3 bedrooms. Pets welcome.

Tudor Wing, Chiddingstone, Kent

Tudor Wing, Chiddingstone

A large and pet friendly self-contained wing of a delightful Tudor manor house with a tennis court and games room on the Kent-Sussex border. It sleeps 17 in 7 bedrooms in 6 acres of gardens in Chiddingston near Hever.

Once a separate kingdom, and England’s oldest county, Kent has an enthralling past. For centuries Kent has seen it’s fair share of conflict, including the Battle of Britain during World War II. The result is a compelling collection of castles, historic houses, maritime heritage and traditional country cottages. Despite Kent’s close ties with heritage, there is plenty to see and do for all ages. The gorgeous 350-mile coastline is home to an abundance of wide sandy beaches, blue flag coves and secluded bays. Kent’s Victorian seaside resorts such as Margate, Ramsgate, Whitstable and Broadstairs are enjoying a pleasing renaissance.  Alternatively, the medieval Cinque Ports of Dover, Hythe, Romney, Rye and Sandwich with their historic architecture, local shops and restaurants are each worthy of exploration.

For foodies Kent does not disappoint. Michelin-starred restaurants, world-class wineries and classically brewed beer can all be found in the many towns and cities. Being next to such a magnificent coastline also helps, as you will find lots of just-caught fish and superb oysters and mussels. With all that, cosy pubs, food festivals and continental cuisine you won’t be going hungry for one night of your holiday. When you’re not enjoying the food during the evening there are hundreds of places to shop during the day, including the popular Ashford Designer Outlet. Because of its deep historical roots it’s not all modern chains and shopping centres at Kent; venturing down the history-thick lanes of Kent’s towns and cities, such as Canterbury’s medieval streets, reveals independent stores selling everything from the latest labels to fascinating and quirky antiques.

The world’s busiest passenger port, the Port of Dover, has strong links to France and Belgium. So, if you fancy a change for a day all you have to do is get on the ferry to experience something completely different! The location of the port means it is always in easy reach and makes an ideal getaway for the whole family. Calais, Le Touquet, Little, Bruges or Dunkerque… the list is endless when planning a day to drip to Belgium or France from Kent.