Self-catering holiday accommodation in Hollingbourne, Kent and nearby

2 rental properties match your search for Self-catering cottages and holiday accommodation in Hollingbourne Kent the garden county of England

Shepherd Holiday Farmhouse, Lenham Heath, Kent, South East England, England

4 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 1 - 7 guests
1 - 7
4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
no dogs allowed
4 star

4 bedroom holiday house with charm and character in the Kent Downs, near Ashford.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £460
Next availability:
from 27 May to 11 July 20 from 18 July to 22 August 20

Fair Oak Farm - A perfect rural retreat, Mayfield, Sussex, South East England, England

16 bedroom Group Accommodation

sleeps 2 - 36 guests
2 - 36
16 bedrooms
13 bathrooms
dog-friendly cottage, 4 dog(s) welcome
4 star

Large group accommodation for a country break in East Sussex on the Weald, in award winning country estate offering a secluded and private location for up to 36 people in a range of rural accommodation; on site is a Grade II listed farmhouse, barn conversions, tree houses and shepherd's huts (on-site entertainment includes falconry, archery and cycling, bikes can be hired, ideal for special occasions and corporate events (a private chef and full catering, as well as beauty treatments, are an optional additional service).

Special features: free internet access, games room.

Weekly Price from: £5895

Find self-catering holiday accommodation for your visit to the small village of Hollingbourne, Kent, England.

The small village of Hollingbourne in Kent is to the south east of Maidstone. It is in a convenient location to explore north Kent, Chatham and Sittingbiurne. The lovely seaside town of Whitstable is just 23 miles away. Accommodation shown will be either in Hollingbourne or the nearest cottages and houses to rent for self catering breaks are marked on the map.

A holiday in Kent can be extremely diverse because of easy access to so many places via the motorway network, even Calais or Boulogne in France for the day. Foreign visitors often visit Canterbury for the cathedral and spend some time in the town. Rochester is fabulous to visit in early December for the Dickens Christmas Market. Summer visitors can still find out about Dickens and his links with the cathedral city of Rochester.