Historic Churches in Kent

This page Canterbury, St Peter's church - Faversham, St Mary of Charity Church

By far the most popular historic church in the county is Canterbury Cathedral, a destination for pilgrims since the 12th century, but there are a wonderful variety of other fascinating churches to see. Look for the Heritage Rating to get an idea of how we ranked each church for its historic interest.











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This battle took place on 9 August, 1588 and ended with the failure of the Spanish Armada invasion attempt



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This Day in British History

18 October, 1529

Cardinal Wolsey falls from power

Henry blames Wolsey for failing to get papal blessing for annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. Wolsey tries to placate Henry by giving him York Place (Whitehall palace)

Monarch Mayhem

The protoypical 'wicked uncle', this king was popularly blamed for murdering Edward V



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Chiddingstone (Self catering)
Tudor Wing, Chiddingstone

Tudor Wing

This large house is located near to Edenbridge in Kent and can sleep up to seventeen people in seven bedrooms.
Sleeps 17

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Faversham (Self catering)
Monks Cottage, Faversham

Monks Cottage

A detached bungalow in a rural location, set within the owner's extensive grounds, in the hamlet of Leaveland, 4.5 miles from Faversham and sleeping four people in two bedrooms.
Sleeps 4

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New Romney (Hotel)
The Ship Hotel

The Ship Hotel

The Ship Hotel New Romney is a 15th century pub & hotel situated in the heart of Romney Marsh. With a large restaurant seating over 70 people a conservatory a fully heated patio garden 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms & an indoor & outdoor bar. The hotel is tastefully decorated … more >>

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Sarre (Hotel)
Crown Inn

Crown Inn

A traditional village inn set in leafy grounds with easy access to local attractions and neighbouring business parks. The Crown Inn is Grade 1 listed 15th Century building, fully restored yet still retaining many original features. Brimming with history, the inn boasts visits from scores of glamorous stars of the … more >>

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