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Beautiful coastal stretches, weatherboard houses overlooking shingle beaches, castles and country estates spread out over rolling hills, and vineyards and orchards laden with fruit just ripe for the picking. Discover the charms of Kent, otherwise known as the Garden of England, on this 3-day tour. Traveling by comfortable minivan with a professional driver-guide, visit sleepy villages and the seaside towns of Deal, Whitstable and Walmer; see historical castles and the White Cliffs of Dover; and taste cider and wine produced in Kent. Numbers limited to 16, ensuring a small-group experience.


  • 3-day Kent tour from London with transport by Mercedes minivan
  • See top English sights including Leeds Castle, the White Cliffs of Dover and Sissinghurst Castle
  • Visit the towns of Smarden, Walmer, Deal, Whitstable and Rye
  • Tour Biddenden Vineyards and sample its renowned wine and cider
  • Choose 3-star hotel or guesthouse accommodation in Canterbury
  • Numbers limited to 16 people, ensuring a small-group experience

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

From castles to seaside towns, this experience allows you to see parts of England that many visitors miss. Plus, you’ll receive the undivided attention of a driver-guide for the small group of 16 max.

What You Can Expect

3-Day Kent Castles, Gardens and Coastline Tour from London

Enjoy an optional visit to Walmer Castle


Customer Reviews

Justina C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Love it. Small tour, great itinerary. Will try their Scotland tour next time.

Tegan M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Travelling alone, I found this tour very easy and friendly. Great pace with some excellent scenery. Plenty of time to look around. A small tour yet a relaxing couple of days.

Helen M Australia

4 star rating: Recommended September 2016

Our guide, Hugh, was very friendly and helpful. The places visited were varied and interesting with enough time spent to enjoy without rushing. Accomodation at Falstaff Hotel in Cambridge was good in most respects, but the room was very noisy, with a very busy road and many late night revellers talking just outside the window.

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