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Villa Sostaga
Navazzo di Gargnano, Italy

Comfortable villa,
local food,
superb lake views

Wish you were here?

Cuq-en-Terrasses
Cuq-Toulza, France


Hilltop location,
charming views,
stunning rooms

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Chateau de Rochecotte
St-Patrice, France

18thC castle inn,
views over Loire Valley,
authentic baroque interior

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Shieldaig Lodge
Scotland, U.K.

Scottish highlands,
victorian hunting lodge,
walking nearby

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Our Kent selection of places to stay includes a dignified seaside house at Littlestone, Romney Bay House, and the Hotel du Vin in Tunbridge Wells, a particularly successful easy-going chain. Kent used to be the centre of hop growing in England, and remains important for fruit growing. The North Downs rise quite steeply in the north of the county. Below them, spreading to the south, is the Weald of Kent, a distinct geographical area, in prehistory thickly forested, now a charming patchwork of woodland heath and open country.

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Hotel du Vin

Crescent Road, TN1 2LY, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Easygoing, chic mid-priced town hotel

Romney Bay House

Coast Road, Littlestone, Kent, TN28 8QY, 01797 364 747
Thoroughly relaxed seaside retreat

The Barrow House

The Street, Egerton, Kent, TN27 9DJ
Village pub with rooms

The Milk House

The Street, Sissinghurst, Kent, TN17 2JG
Village Pub with Rooms

The Pig at Bridge Place

Bourne Park Road, Bridge, Canterbury CT4 5LF, Kent, England, 0345 225 9494
Mellow mansion in a lush valley
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