Come with us to Canterbury Cathedral, one of England’s finest ancient churches. Or how about a visit to Hever Castle – once the residence of Anne Boleyn – then on to nearby Chartwell, home to Winston Churchill.
Canterbury Cathedral, the mother church of the worldwide Anglican faith, was founded by St Augustine in 6th century and is the place where Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in 1170.
Visit Leeds Castle, sitting in splendid isolation on two islands in a lake in Kent, so secure that it has been a royal palace, home to six queens, a private mansion and a summit venue. Chartwell, 20 miles west, was the beloved country home of Sir Winston Churchill and his family.