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Toilet was dirt so not a welcome sight I’d like to experience again. Staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. Meals are overpriced. The people on the table next to us were offered a different menu with cheaper options. When we queried this, we were informed they were under a different room ...
ABode Canterbury£66ABode Canterbury£66
very nice close to the town centre nice view of the harbour a little hilly staff very helpful great bar and they even play bingo
Grand Burstin Hotel Folkestone£24Grand Burstin Hotel Folkestone£24
A Lovely stay, room got a little stuffy but was able to leave window open as a very quiet setting st the front
Best Western Plus Dover Marina Hotel & Spa£53Best Western Plus Dover Marina Hotel & Spa£53
Stayed here before & just had to come back. Love this hotel. Staff are great & cant do enough for you. Hotel is lovely, they have thought of everything. Beautifully decorated & spotlessly clean. Close to all the amenities. Thoroughly recommend it.
Albion House£112Albion House£112
For adventure holidays for all ages to family beach holidays and much else besides, Kent offers a world of diverse opportunities for outdoor activities. With is beautiful rural vistas and a coastline that stretches for over 350 miles, there's no end of fun for out-of-doors enthusiasts in this part of the country. Book in to one of Kent's numerous adventure sports hotels to guarantee having a wonderful time here, close to all the best places for adventure and exercise.
There's loads of natural interest in the breath-taking vistas of rural Kent, and when you're based in one of the flexible accommodation options such as an adventure sport hotel you'll have easy access to all your favourite activities. Many of Kent's beaches are Blue Flag, and the water activities on offer include everything from sailing and kayaking to kite-surfing and regular surfing, so there's no end of things to get up to along the Kent coastline.
Inland, too, you won't be disappointed when it comes to things to do in the great outdoors, whatever your age. Kent has more country parks than just about any other county in England, along with brilliant nature reserves and wildlife parks such as Wildwood Trust and Howletts Wild Animal Park. The chalk downs of Kent's rolling landscape offer a wealth of outdoor adventure holidays and you'll find suitable B&Bs, guesthouses and hotels in close proximity to them, so it's just a matter of deciding which one suits your requirements best in terms of location and budget.
The ancient woodland and open green fields that are characteristic of the Kent landscape are criss-crossed with fabulous established walking and cycling routes. At one of the county's numerous excellent adventure sport hotels such as Tonge Barn in Sittingbourne and Eastwell Manor in Ashford you'll be able to easily access the local trails and enjoy some bracing fresh air and exercise in the glorious Kent countryside. Many such hotels have contacts with local sports supply businesses, and are reservoirs for specialist information about the local area.