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Garden of England Cottages, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Garden of England Cottages
Tunbridge Wells
Kent

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Garden of England Cottages specialise in quality self-catering holiday properties located throughout some of Englandís finest countryside. We cater for everyone; couples, families, groups, and in some properties family pets too! From converted Oast houses with their iconic roofs, Kentish barns and character cottages to white weather-boarded townhouses and chic city centre apartments .Each property is handpicked and then independently assessed by VisitBritain and only those achieving 3 - 5* grading are included in our portfolio.

Guests staying in any of our properties are not only on the doorstep to some of the best scenery around but also within an hour of countless castles, stately homes, Blue Flag beaches, beautiful gardens and London with museums, art galleries, theatres and famous historic landmarks too.

Our friendly locally based team have an unrivalled wealth of knowledge to help you choose the perfect property to ensure you will get the best in comfort, location, value and peace of mind.

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Ratings/Awards: 3-5 Stars
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Number of Units: 110
Unit Type: Houses, barns & cottages
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