In 597 Augustine came to Canterbury, to convert the region back to Christianity. In recognition..Dover Information
Known as the gateway to England, Dover welcomes millions of visitors from all over the globe every..Broadstairs Information
Unpretentious and unspoilt, Broadstairs unpacks a suitcase full of quiet charm. The town was a..Deal Information
Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the unspoilt promenade and newly restored Pier. Soak up the café..Chatham Information
Chatham (Kent) a fascinating maritime destination with a history stretching back over 400 years..Ramsgate Information
Ramsgate's maritime history is decked with honour.Its harbour was granted 'royal' status in 1821..Tenterden Information
Tenterden, known as the 'Jewel of the Weald', offers the best of all worlds; fascinating history, a..Margate Information
Margate is a timeless seaside resort where traditional seaside fun and entertainment sits happily..Rochester Information
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Close to Maidstone, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells, the town of Tonbridge was first settled in the..Whitstable Information
For over two thousand years this part of the Thames coast hasbeenassociated with the sea. The story..See all locations in Kent
Cranbrook, known as the Capital of the Weald, is a pretty town with a medieval layout of streets and alleys - many buildings dating from the 15th century through to the 19th century.
Once the bustling centre for the region's medieval cloth weaving industry, Cranbrook today is still a bustling market town full of interesting shops.
The newly restored Union Mill, Cranbrook's most famous landmark, is one of the finest smock mills in the UK and still dominates the skyline. St Dunstan's Church, known locally as the 'Cathedral of the Weald', Cranbrook Museum with its fascinating collections of local history, and the George Hotel where Elizabeth I is reputed to have visited in 1573, are all fine examples of the many splendid old buildings in the town.
Famous Sissinghurst Castle Garden is just 2 miles from Cranbrook, making the town the perfect base for exploring this and some of the many other great castles and gardens in the surrounding Kent countryside.
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