Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Kent
One of the Home Counties (counties surrounding London), Kent is often referred to as "The Garden of England" It is popular with those looking for holiday cottages with hot tubs due to the chocolate box houses, idyllic villages and beautiful scenery along with art, culture and heritage galore.
Gone are the days when holidays needed elaborate planning. In the 21st century UK, those looking to get away for a few days are finding easy solutions right here at home, with all the amenities you need plus the added pleasure of your own private jacuzzi.
Our recommended holiday homes or lodges with hot tubs offer affordable comfort, whether you are looking for an annual family holiday, a weekend away with friends or a romantic hideaway for two, we guarantee you will find the perfect accommodation.
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With popular holiday activities including: sightseeing, leisurely walks, cycling, adrenalin sports, and many more right on your doorstep it's no surprise Kent is one of the best holiday destinations in the UK for those looking for hot tub hideaways.
So, what are you waiting for? Head to Kent and start making memories!
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Kent
There is plenty to keep you occupied in Kent and we have put together a few things to do we think you might enjoy during your stay;
1. Leeds Castle
So much more than a castle this medieval fortress sits on an island surrounded by lakes. One of the most visited historic sites in the UK it is a sensational day out for all ages. Step back in time to Medieval and Tudor times in the magnificent castle rooms, discover 900 years of history in the Gatehouse Exhibition or visit the Dog Collar Museum, yes, really, this unique collection boasts 130 valuable and extremely rare collars dating back to the 15th century. The grounds are just as entertaining with a maze, playgrounds, falconry displays and the tree top adventures of Go Ape.
2. Howletts Wild Animal Park
Experience conservation at its finest in this 100-acre animal park voted one of the best places to visit in Kent. Home to the UK's largest African elephant herd see wolves, north Chinese leopards and lions in their glass fronted enclosures, with fact-filled talks throughout the day, an exciting Treetop challenge, a host of events and animal experiences, expect to be wowed when you visit Howletts Animal Park.
3. Dover Castle
Standing atop the iconic white cliffs this 11th century fortress is the largest castle in England. Sometimes referred to as the ‘key of England’ it has guarded the country's shores for over 2000 years and is a great, value-for-money day out for all the family. Explore the secret wartime tunnels with dramatic projections on the walls of diving spitfires while learning about the evacuation of Dunkirk or step in to the spectacular palace in the Great Tower, meet the costumed characters and marvel at the sumptuous rooms.
4. Chatham Historic Dockyard
All aboard for a fascinating fun filled experience at Chatham Historic Dockyard. Board a WW2 destroyer, submarine or Victorian sloop to learn about the men who sailed them, be amazed by the Command of the Oceans exhibition, see Britain's largest collection of historic lifeboats or visit the Victorian Ropery. Fans of the TV series Call the Midwife can book a location tour as the dockyard has been used in every series of the show and with numerous events and temporary exhibitions throughout the year, one visit is never enough.
5. Canterbury Cathedral
One of the world's most visited churches Canterbury cathedral has been attracting visitors for centuries. Highlights include the Quire, the first Gothic building in England, The Miracle Windows, showing the miracles that occurred after Sir Thomas Becket was murdered and The Tomb of the Black Prince. If you are looking for beauty and splendour, history and magnificent architecture in a building Canterbury Cathedral is the place to visit.
6. Emmetts Garden
Located near Sevenoaks, this Edwardian estate garden is a feast for the senses. Among its main features are a beautiful rock garden, formal rose garden, with exotic shrubs and trees like the handkerchief tree, Persian silk tree and burnt toffee tree this stunning place really captures the imagination and if you have brought the pooch to one of our pet friendly hot tub cottages, there is no better place for them to join you on a leisurely stroll.
7. Wildwood Discovery Park
Attracting more than 100,000 visitors every year Wildwood is set in 40-acres of ancient woodland and is home to over 200 animals native to the UK both now and in the past. Offering some of the best animal experiences around including Night Tours which gives you the chance to see the animals under the light of the full moon, Bear experience where you get up close and personal even feeding these amazing creatures and the chance to be a keeper for a day. The Cute corner, play areas and children's activities make it a fun-filled day for the little ones too.
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8. Dreamland Margate
The site where the Dreamland Margate is located has been in use as an amusement park since 1880 but after being destroyed by fire the re-imagined Dreamland was opened in 2015, celebrating the great tradition of seaside entertainment it features 22 retro rides, roller disco, the Octopus Garden, a pin ball arcade and the Dreamland Ark where you can meet reptiles, racoons and much more so for a fun-packed day for all the family head to the seaside town of Margate.
9. Water Sports in Kent
Kent is the dream destination for water sports enthusiasts with miles of golden sands and safe waters there is something for everyone. Surfing is popular around the Botany Bay area near Broadstairs and the shoreline at Romney Marsh is great for kite-boarding. Whether you are Jet skiing in Herne Bay or canoeing in Canterbury you are guaranteed a splashtastic time.
10. Port Lympne Reserve
This award-winning attraction is home to the country's largest herd of Black Rhino and is widely regarded as Britain's most authentic safari experience, set off from Basecamp and travel through South America, Africa and Asia discovering animals such as spectacled bears, wildebeest, gorillas and sambar and if that isn't enough you can also explore the Dinosaur Forest come face to face with the mighty T-Rex, Pterodactyls and other prehistoric creatures.
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