On the South Coast of England, spellbinding cities like Canterbury are hemmed by idyllic countryside on one side, and the crash of waves on the other. Gentle, historic Kent is scattered with famous landmarks such as Leeds Castle, Dover Castle and, of course, the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral with its intricate stained-glass windows.
Elsewhere you’ll find the New Forest, which is actually anything but new, with a history dating back to 1079. This national park is a pocket of seclusion, offering stretches of wilderness amongst easy-going villages. And then there’s Dorset, home to the Jurassic Coast and countryside that inspired Thomas Hardy.
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Rolling landscapes, stately cities and lazy beach towns... need we say more? Book a house in Kent with it's genteel appeal is timeless and irresistible. Or head to the New Forest. This region of heathland and forest is a serene sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Or down to Dorset where the craggy Jurassic Coast offers dramatic cliffsides, windswept beaches and secret coves to explore.