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Dover Castle is a castle that was built in the 13th century and is classed as a Grade I building in Dover, Kent, England. It was founded in the 11th century, and ever since it has acted as a vital defensive bastion for England, earning it the nickname (Key to England). Although Windsor Castle also lays claim to being the largest castle in England, this one has the reputation of being the largest.Due to its perch above the White Cliffs and its commanding view of the Channel, Dover Castle has...

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Isle of Sheppey Holiday Accommodation Guide
Isle of Sheppey Holiday Accommodation Guide

Isle of Sheppey Holiday Accommodation Guide

For vacation Rentals on the Isle of Sheppey search on stay4you.com, you can check available Isle of Sheppey vacation rentals to book direct with the owner to arrange your reservation. So, the accommodation booking portal on stay4you.com can be exactly what you need for your upcoming trip.
Reserve hotel accommodation in Kent, South East England, and use it as a home base for day trips.
Get the lowest rates for direct bookings by going through Stay4you.com whether you are looking for an apartment in a town or a cottage in a quiet rural hamlet. Isle of Sheppey and the area immediately around it all provide a selection of welcoming homes to rent for the night. There are numerous variations on the hotel, inn, and B&B theme.

The Isle of Sheppey will provide the traveller with a genuine coastal vacation, golden beaches, and Kentish sunsets. A rich tapestry of tradition, from mariners to Saxons, from Queenborough to Blue Town, covers the expanses of green National Natural Reserves on Elmley Marshes and The Swale. The Isle is a part of the local government area of Swale, a stretch of water. Located 42 miles from central London, just one hour from London City Airport, and a little longer from Gatwick and Heathrow on the M25 to Europe, as well as with most international destinations around the world, is the Isle of Sheppey, an Isle off the northern coast of Kent that is close to the Thames Estuary.

The Isle's 36 square mile total size is accessible by the A249 from the M2, via the major bridge to Sheppey. Nearby Leysdown, a classic seaside town with a lovely promenade and an exceptional beach, lies Eastchurch.
Leysdown offers family-friendly attractions and sandy beaches.

Catch the train to Sittingbourne, a historic British town where the Romans and the Anglo-Saxons formerly roamed, from London Victoria, Stratford International, or St. Pancras.

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You can stroll through the market on a square that hasn't changed much since the first Elizabeth held the throne, pass by the old barge sheds from a bygone era on the creek, sample the products of centuries of brewing expertise at Shepherd Neame or any of our microbreweries, indulge in some of Kent's best land and sea food, or just wander through green lanes, fields, and orchards along pilgrim routes for millennia.

Visit Warden Point on the Isle of Sheppey with the family; it is a well-liked location for collecting London Clay fossils and is easily accessible. A lot of new fossils are continually being washed up there. Discover everything, including shark teeth, snakes, crocodiles, mollusks, turtles, lobsters, and crabs.

The National Nature Reserve, a 3,300-acre conservation area and wildlife-rich terrain with chic shepherd's huts, cosy farmhouse rooms, isolated bell tents, and opulent log cabins, is the only family-owned and maintained National Nature Reserve in the United Kingdom.

In the summer, it can get rather crowded in the Shellness part of the Swale, but for a good portion of the rest of the year, it can be quite deserted. Before you get to the hamlet of Shellness, you can find "Shell Beach," the beach's naturist part.

It takes the train 4 minutes to get from Sittingbourne to Newington Station. From Sittingbourne to Newington Station, trains run every hour.

A 25-minute drive away, the seaside community of Leysdown-on-Sea has sandy beaches and amusement centres. This Beach, in the Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Beach Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand Sand

The village has shops and amusement arcades for a fun family day out on the east coast of the Isle of Sheppey in the borough of Swale. The area has a broad promenade with stairs that descends to shallow, sandy beaches ideal for paddling. Locate a Holiday park and book a caravan Holiday in Leysdown-on-sea,

Relax in a bed & breakfast in Leysdown, on the Isle of Sheppey, that is only 200 metres from the beach and a short stroll from the town centre.

Locate a hotel with rooms that are roomy and well designed, with televisions and tea and coffeemaking amenities. All rooms benefit from having en-suite bathrooms with shower facilities.

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The kids in my care and the kids in my family have been here many times. Staff have always been welcoming and helpful, going out of their way to put a smile on the kids' faces and make them feel at home. Using the steps to get to the roof is a no-brainer, and they watch out for the kids the whole time. Their understanding of the island's history is impressive, and the objects they've collected make for fascinating conversation starters. We have a tradition of going to see Santa Claus every year and wouldn't think of going anywhere else. The exhibits are well-designed, and the newest addition, a puppet show, is fantastic. Volunteers always go above and above, and their efforts are much appreciated.
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