The famous city of Canterbury, lies on the River Stour and is 55 miles south east of London. The spectacular skyline is dominated by the oldest Cathedral in England. Canterbury is steeped in tradition but is also a modern and vibrant place with luxury hotels, fine restaurants serving food from across the globe, pulsating nightclubs and welcoming pubs.
Canterbury’s walking trails or guided walks are an excellent way to explore the city where you can enjoy the winding lanes and streets, all with their own unique identity. Alternatively you may wish to relax and absorb the wonder of the city with a boat trip along the River Stour.
The Canterbury district consists of other magnificent towns such as Whitstable and Herne Bay. Whitstable is a town famous for its Oysters and has been dubbed the Pearl of Kent. Its unspoilt and incredible Kentish shores contribute to outstanding views. The seaside town is also renowned for its dining and bustles with seafood eateries, picturesque lanes, delis, artisanal bakeries, boutique shops and art galleries; it’s a lovely place to visit and has been voted the best place to stay in the UK.
The traditional seaside town, Herne Bay, offers two miles of impressive seafront consisting of coastal favourites including pubs and fish and chip bars. It is a characterful town and has
Medway is governed by Medway Borough Council and is a vibrant destination offering enlightening experiences rich in maritime heritage. The area is in North Kent, just 35 minutes by train from London and the same distance from the Channel ports.