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Sevenoaks, Kent

If you're looking for an unforgettable vacation, take a look at Sevenoaks in Kent. The area offers gorgeous stately homes, irresistible gardens and Roman remains along with a picturesque landscape including the rippling hills of the High Weald and the rolling North Downs.

You can visit the castles and gardens of England's historic homes. Hever Castle, where Anne Boleyn spent her childhood, is just one example. Penshurst Place and Chiddingstone Castle offer culture and history along with a range of year-round activities. Or take in the rare shrubs and exotic perennials at Riverhill Himalayan Gardens , which surrounds a beautiful 17th century manor house. All these and more at Sevenoaks!

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Cornwall, UK

The county of Cornwall is the most westerly in all of the UK, in fact, Cornwall can boast both the most southerly and westerly points on mainland Britain at Land’s End and Lizard Point.

Cornwall is famed for its world-renowned beaches which make it a surfing haven in the UK as well as one of the leading holiday destinations in the UK. 

With castle ruins and old tin mines dotted throughout the county, the history in Cornwall is also something that is to be celebrated alongside the changing scenery and local produce. 


Shoeburyness, UK

Shoeburyness, Essex

The last stop on the C2C train line is Shoeburyness (or Shoebury to the locals). Here you'll find two picturesque beaches, ideal for families wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of Southend seafront.

Shoeburyness is located in Southend-On-Sea, the place to be when the sun shines, with seven miles of coastline, award-winning attractions and a wealth of history and culture, it's hardly surprising millions of people visit us each year.

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