South East England Travel Guide
Historic East Sussex, Kent, and Surrey
History abounds at Nurstead Court. The manor dates back over 1000 years, though the oldest part of the current house is a relative youngster, built in 1320 by Stephan de Gravesend, Bishop of London. The great hall is one of the finest in England, rising 36 feet to the roof. ... more
Oatlands Park Hotel
Overlooking the Broadwater lake and with far reaching views over the Surrey countryside, Oatlands Park Hotel stands within ten acres of picturesque parkland. The beautiful grounds with sweeping lawns and mature towering trees provide a peaceful retreat and the perfect setting for a relaxing break.Within ten minutes drive of the … more >>
Accommodation Rating: 4*
Stay From: £98.00
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.