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Faversham is Kent's original market town, where the very best of Kent's traditions, countryside, food and drink can be enjoyed.
Attracting families year after year, Kent's tresaure island has much to discover and explore, from sandy beaches to thriving marshland.
From country pubs to country parks, lively Sittingbourne is an ideal stop off point to explore the North Kent coast.
Discover vibrant coastal communities and charming villages nestled in the heart of the Garden of England.
Discover Swale’s significant maritime and aviation history with links to Beowulf, Dickens, Nelson, King Henry VIII and the Magna Carta.(Picture: Minster Gatehouse Museum)
Swale has a wealth of beautiful homes and stunning picturesque gardens for you to leisurely explore which are open on a seasonal basis.(Picture: Belmont House and Gardens)
Explore country parks, nature reserves, local wildlife and more at some of our stunning locations across the district.
(Picture Credit: John Whitting taken at Elmley Nature Reserve)
There are a range of festivals throughout the year in Swale, from the international Faversham Hop Festival to the annual Sheppey Promenade Festival.
Plan ahead for the New Year and make a note of some of Swale's outdoor events. Including many activities for the school holidays.
Swale has a strong tradition of local events which bring communities together to share understandings, make new friends and learn about the rich history of the borough.
Originally built as a private residence in 1880, this building has been transformed into a stylish, modern hotel, with original features and quirky additions contributing to its personality.
Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, this traditional Country House Hotel is surrounded by beautiful villages and open farmland in the heart of Kent Countryside.
The Shurland Hotel, Eastchurch on the Isle of Sheppey.Set in an 1830s half-timbered building, this traditional hotel is 3.4 miles from the seafront, 6 miles from Sheerness.
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