In the South East of England, spellbinding cities such as Canterbury and Chichester are fringed by idyllic countryside on one side and the crash of waves on the other. Gentle, historic Kent is scattered with much-loved landmarks such as Leeds Castle, the famous White Cliffs of Dover and the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral, with its intricate stained-glass windows.
West Sussex is home to the beautiful South Downs National Park, while Hampshire spans from the New Forest - a pocket of seclusion offering expanses of wilderness and pretty villages - to the proud maritime ports of Southampton and Portsmouth, where Nelson’s HMS Victory at the Historic Dockyards is a must-see attraction.
What we think
Gareth, Big House Experience
Rolling green landscapes, ancient cities and laid-back beach towns give the South East its unique flavour. From the timeless appeal of genteel Kent to the seaside bustle and charm of Brighton. From the natural serenity of the New Forest to the big city lights and historic ports of Southampton and Portsmouth. The South East is somewhere you can dial it up or slow it down to suit your mood.