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Step back in time at the beautiful Hever this winter, with roaring log fires, shopping, and history waiting to be discovered.
Wrap up warm, bring the whole family for a wintry fun on the farm - feed the animals or treat yourself to a yummy hot chocolate.
Hurry up! Last few weeks left to receive great 2FOR1 entry into some of Kent's top attractions when you travel by public transport.
Kent is an ideal short break or holiday destination, and offers a wide choice of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets
Situated in the southeast corner of England, Kent is an easy place to get to whether you're travelling by road, rail or air
The Visit Kent Magazine 2013 is our annual visitor guide to the best things to do and places to stay across the county
With it's 'village-in-a-city' feel, Rochester is home to a powerful history. With connections to Charles Dickens, green parks surround it's Saxon Cathedral and towering Norman Castle.
Royal Tunbridge Wells has welcomed visitors for over 400 years. The town overflows with chic boutiques, cosy cafes and quality restaurants amongst the charming landscapes.
The annual Rochester Christmas market is back with a bang, with stalls full of christmas gift ideas, all from 30th Nov.
Walk through a wardrobe of fur coats to the white wooded Narnia to visit Father Christmas at Penshurst Place from 30th November
Gravesend's brilliant festival is running until 21st Dec, with fun activities, celebrations and more going on around the town.
Festive Fun in the Garden of England
Fantastic Days out this Winter in Kent
10 must-sees for for your first visit