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Canterbury Holiday Cottages

Kent’s only city, Canterbury, boasts hundreds of years of character-forming history. Its ecclesiastical heritage alone is made up of legendary tales, from Chaucer’s Pilgrims that travelled thousands of miles to the shrine of St Thomas á Becket to St Augustine who became the first Archbishop of Canterbury. From the world-famous Cathedral to the Marlowe Theatre, there’s enough to do to fill a week or weekend.

Things to do in Canterbury
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What’s in the area

Modern-day pilgrims to Canterbury can delve into the city’s history at two of its oldest monuments: Canterbury Cathedral and St Augustine’s Abbey. As well as enthralling tours, the Cathedral itself holds many services and concerts throughout the year which are another great way to experience this landmark in all its glory.

Beyond the Cathedral, Canterbury has a wide variety of period and contemporary attractions, including the show-stopping The Marlowe Theatre. For shopping there’s a great choice of independent stores and high street favourites alongside some outstanding cafes and restaurants. For all our Canterbury recommendations check out our blog post.

Holiday Homes in Canterbury

For Canterbury city centre accommodation browse The Loft at Emperor Court, The Linen House. If you’re bringing the pooch head to our dog-friendly holiday home Cornerways. Or if you want to be close to the action but still able to enjoy the peace of the countryside take a look at Honeywood Lodge sleeping up to 8 guests and offering an indoor swimming pool and extensive grounds.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for why not give us a call, one of the team will be happy to help you. We are always on hand to chat, on the phone 01227 903404, on email or WhatsApp  07361584861.

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