Most popular Log Cabins & Lodges in Kent
Highlights in Kent
- Exceptional cider and wine producers, the garden of England, castles and cathedrals
Most popular amenities for Log Cabins & Lodges in Kent
Log cabins in Kent
To the south east of London, Kent offers a wide range of log cabins for holidaymakers, whether it is located in the green, lush countryside, overlooking the English Channel or the nearby busy cities of Canterbury or Royal Tunbridge Wells. The seaside town of Margate has some delightful log cabins for couples and families alike. For those in search of maximum peace and quiet, consider renting a log cabin in the Kent Downs.Your base in the Garden of England
Log cabins in Kent typically host 2-4 people, but accommodation for larger parties is available across the county. Many lodges feature cosy fireplaces for winter warmth, and look out for those with a hot tub if you fancy laying back in luxury at the end of a hard day’s sightseeing. Most cabins in Kent look out over attractive gardens or gorgeous countryside, and some seaside lodgings have incredible sea views.
Travellers and activities
Kent produces wine to compete with the finest vineyards, including sparkling wines so exquisite that the world-leading brand Taittinger has purchased Kent wine-growing land to make its own English sparkling wine. Drive through parts of Kent and you’ll think you’ve crossed the channel, with hundreds of acres of premium vines extending to the horizon. Notable hot spots for the best Kent wines include Hush Heath Estate in Staplehurst, where you’ll experience tastings to suit your budget and palate, while looking over acres of vines enclosed by beautiful forest. If it’s sparkling wine that takes your fancy, try Squerryes near Westerham, an independent wine maker that creates a delightful blended wine from its own grapes.Kent for spa fiends
Royal Tunbridge Wells has for centuries been renowned for its spa, boasting a profusion of delightful spa options for those wanting to take the waters and enjoy a relaxing, luxurious break. The water in the town is famous for its healing powers, but whether or not there is any truth in that, there is no doubt that there is a restorative power that comes from being pampered in one of the town’s opulent spas!Kent for walkers and hikers
Kent is known as ‘The Garden of England’, and for good reason. Rolling, green hills and spectacular scenery are the first clues to this title, but this region is also where much of the UK’s food is produced. Apples for cider, grapes for wine, fruit and vegetables for the whole country, but also important and fascinating regional specialities such as lavender honey.
The famous Wimbledon strawberries come from Kent – all 34,000 hand-picked kilos of them!
Top 7 travel tips in Kent
The iconic sight of the white cliffs soaring from the water, leading the way to the shores of the British Isles, are recognisable by millions. Take one of the dramatic cliff-tops walks for a fine view of France on a clear day!2. Visit Chatham’s Historic Dockyard
Britain’s maritime history is retold in enthralling detail at this most of British important dockyards. Step onto warships, learn how ropes were made and take a tour inside a submarine.3. Witness the medieval beauty of Canterbury Cathedral
One of the world’s most important cathedrals and seat of the head of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Don’t miss the true splendour of the windows and ceilings, and make peep into to the crypt underneath as it has been lovingly preserved.4. A Dreamland for the kids
Down on the south coast of Britain, Margate’s seaside resort not only boasts beaches and seaside fun, but also offers funfair buffoonery at Dreamland. Featuring the world’s oldest wooden roller coaster and many other rides which have been expertly restored to their original glory, this is a dynamite day out for children of any age!5. The best of British cider
The Romans discovered English folk making cider, and apples have been grown in this area for longer than recorded history. For cider connoisseurs, Kent will be a happy hunting ground. Check out Biddenden vineyards in the heart of Kent. It runs private guided tours and tastings of its award winning cider!6. See where Anne Boleyn grew up
The mother of Queen Elizabeth 1 spent her childhood days playing in the rooms and gardens of Hever Castle. See items from the Tudor period unique to the Castle, and sashay the same gardens as Queen Anne once did.7. The warm waters of Whitstable
With some of the warmest waters of the UK, Whitstable, a pretty fishing town, is a celebrated beach destination, at least in summer! You’ll find the local seafood speciality of whelks freshly landed, boiled and seasoned with vinegar and pepper – delicious!