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The top 5 cottage stays in Kent

Searching for the best English country getaway? Choose from prized cottages and delightful country stays in Kent. Book your dream holiday in a Kentish country cottage here at Voyage Privé!

Our best cottage stays in Kent

1. Livingstone Cottage at Port Lympne Reserve & Howletts Wild Animal Park 4*

Livingstone Cottage at Port Lympne Reserve & Howletts Wild Animal Park 4*
More than just a country cottage, this delightful retreat is located within a safari park. The cottage is kitted out with luxury safari lodge interiors, including charming animal print duvets for the kids. Sandwiched between Ashford and Folkestone, there are plenty of first-rate attractions in the area.

2. Frasers Coldharbour Farm 4*

Frasers Coldharbour Farm 4*
Escape to this beautiful country cottage B&B on a working farm. Located within a pretty barn and oast house conversion, rooms feature plenty of warming country charm. There are ample attractions in the vicinity, including laid-back country walks.

3. Aspinall Foundation - Port Lympne Hotel 4*

Aspinall Foundation - Port Lympne Hotel 4*
This spectacular boutique hotel is located within 15 acres of manicured gardens. Set close to the scenic Romney Marsh, the country hotel features elegant interiors and plenty of country checks. Wake up to the sound of exotic wildlife in the neighbouring safari parks.

4. Chilston Park 4*

Chilston Park 4*
Enjoy a traditional country manor experience with this spectacular 17th-century estate. Surrounded by gardens and boasting a locally sourced menu, it's the perfect romantic retreat. For seclusion, opt for the coach house cottage with its own ambient courtyard.

5. Eastwell Manor 4*

Eastwell Manor 4*
This delightful manor house hotel boasts charming mew cottage houses to stay in. With roaring log fires and impeccable service, you'll feel pampered by the hotel's original and sophisticated interiors. Stroll the pretty landscaped gardens overlooking rich fields with a glass of bubbly in hand.

Services will you find in our cottage stays in Kent

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tea and coffee facilities
  • Flatscreen TVs
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • Award-winning restaurants
  • Manicured grounds
  • Cosy bars

Going on holiday in Kent

Eastwell Manor 4*
Kent's peak travel season is generally in high summer when the sun is often shining and rain is less likely. July and August, in particular, are popular periods to visit, especially along the coast. The entire period from May to October, however, is fine. You'll likely find pleasant temperatures and limited rainfall. Certain attractions swell with numbers around school and public holidays - so plan your visits if you want to avoid crowds. While winter can be a treat in Kent, the countryside is hit or miss. You could find crisp and sunny days or moody, muddy walks. However, Dickens-inspired festivals take part in Broadstairs and Rochester, along with many other festive activities. Most attractions remain open year-round, but some see reduced hours in the off-season.

Cottage offers at Kent convenient for all kind of travel

Frasers Coldharbour Farm 4*
Kent is a famed country county that's perfect for couples, families, groups and more. Couples, in particular, will find charming country restaurants with romantic candle-lit dinners that inspire. There are also ample country walks and ornate gardens to explore for a relaxing afternoon. Families will find a wealth of options, from historic towns to castles and animal parks. Sunny summer days can be spent at one of Kent's fine beach destinations, from Broadstairs to Whitstable. Groups, too, will find much to love. Although Kent doesn't boast a thrilling urban scene, you'll find exciting pubs and bars throughout. What's more, you can take delightful tours of Kent's top vineyards to enjoy a sip of English wine.

The range of cottages and country stays we offer at Kent

  • Historic hotels
  • Cottage stays
  • Barn conversions
  • Country manors

Kent: what should we bring for a cottage stay?

  • Charging cables
  • Guide book with walking map
  • Walking boots
  • Pack-away towel
  • Evening attire
  • All-weather clothes
  • Wellies for wet weather

Your best cottage in Kent: how to get there and make your booking

How to get to Kent

Aspinall Foundation - Port Lympne Hotel 4*
Kent is conveniently placed outside of London, making international and local travel a breeze. Airports in London offer quick connections to Kent, particularly from Gatwick and Heathrow. If you're visiting Kent's historic towns, a train is a perfect way to travel. Kent is largely served by Southeastern Railway with trains departing from many London stations. Kent also boasts several seaports with connections to France. To explore more rural attractions at your own pace, a car is recommended. Kent is connected to London by the Dartford Bridge, just follow signs for the M2 to get there.

How to book your cottage in Kent

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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Kent

Aspinall Foundation - Port Lympne Hotel 4*
Renowned as the 'garden of England', Kent boasts soft landscapes of rolling fields and country estates. Perfect for countryside walks, a cottage is a quintessential way to experience the landscape. Kent is also renowned for its drinking culture. The famed Kentish hops which power classic English beer are grown here, and it's a top spot for English winemaking. Yet it's not all genteel landscapes, either; you'll find historic towns throughout, including the world-famous Canterbury.

Kent – a coastal wonderland from Dover to Margate

If you're exploring Kent for the first time, you'll have to spend at least one day at the coast. Kent occupies a prime position in England, boasting chalky white cliffs and scenic beach escapes. Margate, in particular, is the queen of all seaside resorts. Made famous for its artistic portrayals over the centuries, it hosts the groundbreaking Turner Contemporary along the seafront.

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