Map of Kent

Places to visit in Kent

Tudor Cottage and Tudor Lodge Gift Shop, The Square, Chilham

Chilham, Kent

Chilham in Kent is a small village, set in the beauty of the North Downs and is seven miles south-west of Canterbury. It lies high above the River Stour Valley and is one of the most attractive villages in Kent...
Palace Farmhouse, Archbishop's Palace, Charing

Charing, Kent

Charing is a small picturesque village in Kent, with many historic buildings. It is situated at the foot of the North Downs and stands on the ancient road, the Pilgrims' Way. The village was once a busy stoppin...
The Red Lion, Lenham

Lenham, Kent

Lenham in Kent, is a village nine miles east of Maidstone, situated close to the main A20 London to Folkestone road. It is at the foot of the North Downs and the Pilgrims Way is on the Downs above the village. ...
Church Street St. Marys, Sandwich

Sandwich, Kent

Sandwich in Kent, is a well preserved medieval town, rich in 16th and 17th century architecture. It is now two miles from the sea, but was once one of the most important naval bases in England. Before the River...
Fishing boats, Whitstable Harbour, Whitstable

Whitstable, Kent

Whitstable is a seaside resort on the north coast of Kent. The name is a combination of ancient British words for salt (whit) and market (stable). Oyster fishing on this coast, has been important since Saxon ti...
Viking Bay, Broadstairs

Broadstairs, Kent

Broadstairs is a popular holiday resort on the Kent coast.  It was Charles Dickens, the famous author’s favourite seaside holiday resort and he spent many summers here between 1837 and 1851.  He declared, “You ...