South East England Travel Guide
Historic East Sussex, Kent, and Surrey
Maison Dieu is a fascinating medieval building dating to at least 1234, although it may be much older. It is traditionally held to have been founded by Henry III as a monastic hospital, but it appears that Henry merely leant his name to an already existing establishment. ... more
The Harrow Inn
Please give us the opportunity to welcome you to the Harrow Inn. True to its Kentish heritage our 17th Century Inn nestles in tranquil countryside by the medieval market town of Lenham. Once a forge and rest house for travellers on the nearby Pilgrims Way the Harrow Inn continues to … more >>
Accommodation Rating: 3
Stay From: £40.00
Special Destination guides:
Brighton - The south coast resort town graced by the Prince Regent's extravagant Royal Pavillion.
Canterbury - one of the most historic cities in Europe
Rye - a delightful seaside village.
Tunbridge Wells - a fashionable Georgian spa town with a location that makes it a perfect base for exploring Kent and south-east England.
- 1. The gardens at Scotney Castle
- 2. Water-ringed Bodiam Castle
- 3. The worn half-timbered manor of Ightam Mote
- 4. Lonely Romney Marsh
- 5. Canterbury, cathedral et al.