Kent's Coast, Countryside & City
Known as ‘The Garden of England’ Kent is a beautiful part of the UK to visit at anytime of year. This tour offers the chance to visit the coastal area’s of Whitstable; Herne Bay & Broadstairs, discover some of the beautiful countryside with a visit to Royal Tunbridge Wells and Tenterden as well as a visit to The World Heritage Site of Canterbury.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Coastal Towns of Whistable, Herne Bay & Broadstairs
- Royal Tunbridge Wells
- 'The Jewel of the Weald', Tenterden
- The World Heritage Site of Canterbury
- We make our way to Whitstable with its traditional charm, rich maritime history and strong arts culture. Whitstable’s main claim to fame is its oysters which remain an intrinsic part of this sea town’s character. Following a short time here we continue to the popular resort of Herne Bay near the Thames Estuary. The beach here is a fun place to be with easy access to all the deckchairs, ice-cream and fish & chips you might want! A row of colourful beach huts helps to create a cheerful atmosphere. In the afternoon we continue to Broadstairs – here you will find a lovely surprise around nearly every corner, quirky little lanes, tiny flint houses and fishermen’s cottages nestle together. A promenade amble reveals charming gardens, great for relaxing in, whilst a clifftop stroll uncovers seven beautiful beaches & bays.
- We head to Royal Tunbridge Wells, one of the most fashionable destinations of Georgian England. The Pantiles is a famous colonnaded walkway where you will find a wonderful selection of high quality boutiques, specialist independent shops, bars & cafes. Following our free time we re-join our coach and make our way to Tenterden, known as ‘The Jewel of the Weald’, a typical country town surrounded by Kent’s tranquil countryside.
- A full day to explore The World Heritage Site of Canterbury which is home to some of the most historic (and best known) buildings in Britain – from the ancient 6th century St. Martin’s Church to the towering Canterbury Cathedral. There is so much to see & do in the beautiful city that it really does warrant a full day.