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Self Catering Canterbury

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Canterbury Holiday Homes is proud to offer this self catering canterbury holiday cottage as the first of their new holiday cottages in the Canterbury, Kent portfolio. Canterbury is an historic city in the England. A centre for pilgrims for hundreds of years with the famous Canterbury Cathedral at its heart. If you are looking for a self catering holiday cottage in the heart of Canterbury just a few minutes walk from Canterbury Cathedral then All Saints Cottage is the one for you! Canterbury and the surrounding area has a whole host of history and heritage for you to come and discover. Canterbury is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and has two castles, six museums and an attraction that lets you step back in time to the Middle Ages are some of what is on offer here in historic Canterbury.The Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martins church form the trio of World Heritage Sites in Canterbury. The Abbey was founded in 597AD, and St Martin’s Church is the oldest parish church in England still in constant use. Along side these, there is Canterbury Tales, where you can step back into the Middle Ages and join the pilgrims on their journey from London to Canterbury Cathedral. The museums are full of artefacts and fun things for all the family to do. The West Gate Towers Museum has one of the best views of the City. At the heart of the district, the city of Canterbury boasts a wealth of visitor attractions. The Cathedral offers testimony to faith, history and culture and it does so with generosity. Other buildings find room to shine, illuminating their own integral part in Canterbury's history, such as St Augustine's Abbey. This story continues, because even though Canterbury is a place steeped in tradition, its attractions are very much alive and in the present day. You can save money by purchasing an Attractions Passport Ticket, which gives you entry into the Cathedral, St Augustine's Abbey, the Canterbury Tales and one of the city's museums. Romantics and traditionalists in search of British seaside magic will find all their expectations met in Herne Bay. Brightly coloured beach huts offer access to all the life of the water's edge and beyond. In the summer months Herne Bay's beauty is enhanced by the gardens that nestle the seafront, bringing floral colour for admiring visitors who pass the clock tower and bandstand, which is a focal point for musical events and entertainment. Whitstable's traditional charms, strong arts culture and rich maritime history sit easily with its renaissance. Its main streets are packed with craft shops and galleries, delicatessens and fashion shops trading side by side with butchers and bakers. Oysters and other delicacies from the sea can be enjoyed at the local restaurants and pubs or taken home from the fresh fish market at the harbour. With an unspoilt charm, Whitstable has secured a favoured spot in the hearts and minds of all who visit the town.