Find the best lodges and log cabins in Kent

Find the best lodges and log cabins in Kent

Kent is a county in the southeast of England, situated between London and the English Channel. It's known as the 'Garden of England' due to its abundance of natural beauty, such as rolling hills, ancient woodlands, nature reserves, and picturesque coastline. Home to some of the most stunning scenery in Britain, Kent has been an inspiration for writers, poets, and painters for centuries. From historic castles to cultural attractions, and with white cliffs to vineyards, there is plenty to explore in this beautiful county.

If you're looking for a peaceful getaway, why not consider lodges or log cabins in Kent? There are plenty of options available at Snaptrip, from cosy boltholes set in open fields to modern, luxury cabins in wooded countryside. You'll find everything from quaint one-bedroom properties to spacious and comfortable family-sized homes with all the amenities you need for a great stay. Many lodges come with log burners, making them perfect for winter trips, while some even have access to swimming pools that are ideal for fun family summer trips.

So, take your pick from our selection and start planning your trip to Kent today. With our comprehensive search filters and keyword options, you can find the perfect property for your stay in no time. All you'll have left to do is get ready for an unforgettable trip to the Garden of England!

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Frequent questions

  • What is Kent best known for?

    Kent, a county in southeastern England, is renowned for its iconic White Cliffs of Dover, historic Canterbury Cathedral, picturesque castles, and its designation as the "Garden of England" with its beautiful countryside and abundant orchards. Additionally, Kent holds literary significance as the setting of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and as a place where Charles Dickens resided and drew inspiration for his novels.

  • Which seaside resorts are in Kent?

    Kent is home to several popular seaside resorts, including Margate, Whitstable, and Broadstairs. These coastal towns attract visitors with their sandy beaches, charming promenades, and a variety of entertainment and leisure activities.

  • Is one day enough to see Canterbury?

    While one day in Canterbury can give you a glimpse of its highlights, it may not be sufficient to fully explore and appreciate everything the city has to offer. Canterbury is rich in history, with attractions like Canterbury Cathedral, St. Augustine's Abbey, and the Canterbury Tales Museum, so extending your visit to at least a couple of days would allow for a more comprehensive exploration of this historic city.

  • Which area is best to stay in Kent?

    Determining the best area to stay in Kent depends on your preferences and interests. Canterbury is a popular choice due to its historical significance and central location. If you prefer coastal charm, towns like Whitstable or Margate offer a seaside experience. For a rural escape, areas such as the Kent Downs or the villages near the North Downs provide tranquility and natural beauty. Ultimately, the best area to stay in Kent will depend on the specific experiences you seek during your visit.

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