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A holiday house in Kent is in an enviable location because they are a mere 35 minutes by train from central London, yet you could be easily deceived into believing you were in the depths of the English countryside. Certainly there is no shortage of greenery, and Kent’s gardens are renowned throughout the world. Your holiday house in Kent will be surrounded by a variety of these, from the National Trust acclaimed Sissinghurst to the spectacular World Garden of Plants at Lullingstone Castle, where the gardens actually take the shape of a map of the world! 

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If you seek a holiday house in Kent that stimulates sight, taste and smell, why not choose one near the National Fruit Collections at Brogdale or the staggering displays of lavender and rosemary at Downderry Nursery. Kent is not simply beautiful; it is also the oldest county in England and a place of profound history and heritage. Wherever your holiday house in Kent are there are several landmarks that are well worth a visit. The problem will be choosing which ones! At Dover Castle you can see the Secret Wartime Tunnels of WWII, at Leeds Castle you can marvel at stunning pictures and antiques, and at Hever Castle you can learn about the childhood of Anne Boleyn. Also not to be missed are the Cinque Ports, Rochester Castle, and of course the city of Canterbury with its magnificent cathedral. Last, but certainly not least, do not forget Kent’s impressive coastline. A holiday house in Kent anywhere in the county are scenically set, but there is something truly magical about those white cliffs of Dover.....

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