Family friendly self-catering cottages Kent

2 rental properties match your search for Family friendly cottages Kent

Groove Armada Coastal Lodge, Kingsdown, Deal, Kent, England

3 bedroom Holiday Lodge, Kent - the Garden of England.

sleeps 2 - 6 guests
2 - 6
3 bedrooms
3
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
4 star

With a fun sounding name, this colourfully decorated 3 bedroom holiday lodge is well equipped for an enjoyable break for all of the family and two of the bedrooms benefit from sea views, this delightful property is located within a holiday park atop the cliffs in Kent where the shared leisure facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, crazy golf and tennis court.

Special features: free internet access, pool (), tennis court.

Weekly Price from: £346
Next availability:
from 13 December to 14 December 19 from 02 January to 03 January 20

The Gun Emplacement, St. Margaret's Bay, Dover, Kent, England

3 bedroom Bungalow, Kent Downs.

sleeps 2 - 6 guests
2 - 6
3 bedrooms
3
1 bathrooms
1
dog-friendly cottage, 4 dog(s) welcome
4

Unique holiday cottage with fabulous sea views perched high on the cliff in a breathtaking location along the White Cliffs of Dover.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £350

Family friendly self-catering cottages Kent, rent a country cottage and enjoy a good quality holiday in the Garden of England.

This south eastern county of England has all the constituents for a fine British holiday. Choose between a country break or a seaside break. Kent's seaside towns offer that old fashioned tradtional beach and deckchair type of holiday. The North Sea is never warm enough to do more than go for a paddle but it is enough for adventurous youngsters when they have finished digging up the beach. Fun fairs and amusements are much loved by older children and parents alike.

Several Kent towns also attract families and have entertainment of their own to present. Canterbury Tales takes families and their children through the scenes of Chaucer's saucy stories. A string of coastal towns provide the opportunity for history lessons in action. Take the children to Dover to tour the castle or for a fun day out in France.

Find a nice place to stay with the family in Kent and have a good old fashioned family break in the south east.