Tourist Information and Hotels in South East England
South East England is made up of 3 counties, Kent , Surrey and West & East Sussex. An area which is full of heritage, an excellent coastline, picturesque villages and towns and has an abundance of things to see and do. A popular area to stay with many distinctly different resorts such as the coastal resorts of Hastings, Eastbourne, Brighton & Margate. Inland there is Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, Seven Oaks and Canterbury.
Discover the captivating essence of the Garden of England winding along lanes past lavender fields, orchards, vineyards and oast houses. Be enriched by England's oldest county, alive with its exciting past: visiting Canterbury with Chaucer's pilgrims and Rochester with Dickens, following the maritime adventures that have shaped Kent from Roman invasion to World War II. Quintessential England. But also bang up to date with leading-edge galleries and theatres.
Castles & Cathedrals
Leeds Castle, Walmer Castle & Gardens, Canterbury Cathedral, Knole, Rochester Castle
Scotney Castle, Sissinghurst, and 2000 acres Bedgebury Forest
Heritage & History
Maritime Heritage Trail, Dover castle and secret tunnels, Upnor Castle
Hop Farm Family Park and Museum of Kent Life
There are over 90 golf courses in Kent, and 100's of miles of magnificent coastal and countryside walks, not forgetting the White Cliffs of Dover. There are high octane sports available such as; jet skiing, motor racing and surfing.
East & West Sussex Information
Sussex may lie close to the clamour of London but this south coast region is a tourism jewel, having retained much of its rural character whilst offering a sublime combination of tranquil beauty and all-round interest. Sussex is a place of traditional seaside resorts with piers and beach-huts, age-old castles, Roman relics, half-timbered villages and swathes of languorous countryside
It's a paradise for walkers, cyclists, water-sport enthusiasts and fans of the world's most famous honey-loving bear, Winnie the Pooh.
Whilst most tourists target the region's leading holiday towns such as Hastings, Brighton, Eastbourne and Worthing, others prefer to take in the outstanding beauty of areas like the South Downs, the historic harbour at Chichester and the unique High Weald, which has the highest proportion of ancient woodlands in the country. The most hair-raising spot is atop Beachy Head – part of the 'Seven Sisters' hills – where the view is guaranteed to take your breath away.
Castles & Cathedrals
Herstmonceux Castle, Arundel Castle, Chichester Cathedral
History & Heritage
Rudyard Kiplings Jacobean Home, Petworth House and Park, Battle of Hastings.
Sheffield Park Gardens, 500 acres - Wakenhurst Place, Nymans Garden, Earnley Butterfly & Gardens
Outdoor Pursuits from Bond Days to Quad biking, Ham Manor GC, Selsy GC, Pleasure cruising, Watersports, Cycling, Beach Holidays, Walking.
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Surrey offers a wealth of world-class attractions
, contemporary arts venues, unique events
, Vibrant towns
nestle perfectly alongside historic villages. Take in the breathtaking scenery of the Surrey Hills
, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or marvel at stunning 21st century things to do. From beautiful country houses
to the many waterways that meander towards the Thames - the rivers of the Mole and Wey Valleys, and the Basingstoke Canal. For the thrill seeker there is the well known Thorpe
Theme Park , and there are interesting walks
around historical Guilford.
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