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Boat Trips to the Redsand Forts
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Sheppey Island Guest House
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Warden Springs Holiday Park
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Off the northern coast of Kent, in the Thames Estuary, lies the Isle of Sheppey - a small island of 36 square miles. The name Sheppey is derived from ‘Sceapige’ an ancient Saxon term literally meaning “island of sheep” and to this day, large flocks graze on the extensive marshland that accounts for much of the island. Originally known as the Isles of Sheppey before the channels which separate them silted up, as the land mass actually consists of three main islands, including those of Harty, Elmley in addition to Sheppey although a multitude of islands exist due to the marshy nature of the land and an abundance of channels and drains. Separated from the mainland by a channel called The Swale and similar to that which separates the Isle of Thanet, ancient mariners used these channels to reach London and Chatham whilst avoiding the worst of the North Sea weather. Sheerness, the main town on Sheppey, owes much to its origins as a Royal Naval Dockyard established by Samuel Pepys in the 17th century, as anchorage for the navy and ordered a garrison fort as protection. The dockyard served the Royal Navy until 1960 when it was developed into one of the largest and fastest expanding ports in UK.


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Sheppey Island Guest House (1.12 miles)

Sheppey Island Guest House

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Whatever the purpose of your visit, you will find our rooms to be comfortable and welcoming; a cosy haven in which to enjoy your stay ... More

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Royal Hotel (4.28 miles)

Royal Hotel
The Royal Hotel is a traditional Public House Hotel dating back to the early 19th century being originally named "Kent House". It is situated close to all the local amenities in the centre of Sheerness, ... More | visit website
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Hempstead House (5.15 miles)

Hempstead House

Private Victorian Country House Hotel and Spa set in four acres of beautifully landscaped gardens surrounded by glorious Kentish countryside. Luxurious individually designed en-suite bedrooms with all facilities including high speed internet access. Elegant spacious ... More | visit website

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Judd's Folly Hotel (5.90 miles)


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Located in a three acre park, down a tree lined drive, sits Judds Folly Hotel. Recently refurbished the hotel offer superbly appointed bedrooms many of which surround the illuminated pond ... More

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Friars Walk (6.09 miles)

Friars Walk
Two modern self-catering properties, each with 2 bedrooms, conveniently located, close to the town centre and railway station in Sittingbourne. There is a fully fitted kitchen in each property, giving you the convenience to cook ... More | visit website
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Sun Inn (6.12 miles)

Sun Inn

This inn offers homely accommodation in a cosy building full of character with its wealth of old beams and huge inglenook fireplace.

The Sun Inn is in the centre of the historic market town of Faversham, ... More | visit website

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Beaumont (6.29 miles)


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Quality B&B accommodation with comfortable, clean, NON-SMOKING bedrooms, friendly service and delicious breakfasts. Convenient location near town centre & train station.

Although a little smaller in size than some other hotel rooms, ... More

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Premier Inn Sittingbourne (6.55 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M2 and M20, just 30 minutes drive from the coast of Dover and an hour from central London. For shops and local amenities Sittingbourne town centre is only ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Canterbury Whitstable (8.19 miles)

Located on the A229, the Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for getting to Brighton, Chichester, Portsmouth and surrounding countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, television in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, ... More | visit website

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White Horse Inn (8.52 miles)

White Horse Inn

Set in the heart of the Garden of England, and surrounded by orchards and hop gardens, this former coaching inn is a traditional pub with a contemporary twist.
Mentioned in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, the pub has ... More | visit website

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