Dickensian seaside resort.
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Famous for its cathedral and situated in a hollow surrounded by green hills. Many famous writers are associated with the city and there are many ancient buildings that can be viewed.
Remains of the Archbishop’s Palace.
Attractive Tudor village with castle.
Landing place of the Romans in 55BC. Old castle, the residence of the late Earl of Ypres.
A pretty, tree-lined village. The only full view of the Swale (the waterway which separates Sheppey from the mainland) can be seen from Eastchurch.
Picturesque old market town with Britain’s oldest working brewery.
Ancient and modern seaside resort and channel port.
Old town hall, Crane House, and ducking stool.
Seaside resort, Bandstand and Neptune pier.
Historic town and attractive seaside resort.
Renowned popular seaside resort. Now home to a Turner Contemporary Gallery.
The oldest inhabited house in England, church and an abbey.
Port and bracing seaside resort, landing place of St Augustine.
The Roman Regulbium and the twin towers of 7th century church.
Ancient seaport (now little used), picturesque Barbican gate and archway as well as ancient churches. Home to St George’s Golf Course (the venue for the 2011 British Open Championship).
There is a two and a half mile long beach which is a safe beach and ideal for children. It is also famous for its cockles. The church dates back to the 12th century. The Sportsman Inn is a 5 minute walk from Walden's and is a Michelin 1 Star restaurant. Booking will be required.
A pleasing seaside resort.
Seaside town noted for its many oyster beds and old world cottages. The harbour is reasonably modern. The parish church dates back to 1272.