Self-catering holiday accommodation in Hadlow, Kent and nearby
Find self-catering holiday accommodation for your visit to Hadlow, Kent, England. Hadlow is a small town, north east of Tonbridge in the Medway Valley in Kent, that is recorded in the Domesday Book, so it is old. Stone age remnants have been found there. Historic buildings to view include the Old Maltings as this was brewing country. The oasts where hops were once dried still stand attached to farms and are a distinctive feature of Kent.
It is a pretty village with a long established cricket ground, the kind of village that would give foreign visitors a taste of the real England. There are various countryside trails for gentle walks. Visit Hever Castle where Ann Bolyen, one of the wives of King Henry VIII lived.
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Kent is an interesting destination for a holiday in south east England. the countryside is lovely, there are picturesque villages complete with village greens and quacking ducks, usually overlooked by a pub serving food. The coast is never more than 40 minutes away for a day or two on the beach and there are hosts of visitor attractions.
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