South East England Travel Guide
Historic East Sussex, Kent, and Surrey
The simple red-brick childhood home of General James Wolfe, victor of the Battle of Quebec. The house features memorabilia relating to Wolfe, and exhibits on Georgian life. Though it has Tudor roots, much of the house is Jacobean and Georgian in style.
The Grasshopper Inn
A lovingly restored imposing Tudor building, set in beautiful surroundings on the Kent/Surrey border. Nine individually designed bedrooms are available, along with a choice of restaurants, stunning terrace garden, private dining, wedding and banqueting facilites. The Grasshopper is ideally located close to the M25 and is only a short trip … more >>
Accommodation Rating: 4
Stay From: £75.00
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.