South East England Travel Guide
Historic East Sussex, Kent, and Surrey
Begun in 1066, but largely a product of Henry II's expansion in 1170. In the 13th century King John ordered the building of underground tunnels connected to sally ports in order to surprise attacking troops. These tunnels were later used as a military command centre during WWII (see the extensive … ... more
The Spa Hotel
The Spa is an elegant mansion set in fourteen acres of beautiful grounds, overlooking the historic spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Originally built in 1766, The Spa Hotel is privately owned. A sense of traditional hospitality blends with a relaxed, modern approach to service and standards, promising a genuinely … more >>
Accommodation Rating: 4*
Stay From: £80.00
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.