Cranbrook, Kent – Great British holidays
A delightful town in the county of Kent, Cranbrook is full of historic charm and character. It is little wonder that holiday accommodation in Cranbrook always proves to be so popular. Despite its relatively small size, the town is a maze of historic streets and medieval alleyways which are perfect for a leisurely stroll. Some of the buildings in the town date back as far as the fifteenth century, with many now housing a variety of interesting independent shops, from bakeries to antique stores. Staying in one of the many Cranbrook holiday cottages is almost like stepping back in time. Cranbrook's most famous historic landmark is the fully restored Union Mill, the tallest working smock mill in the country and a popular draw for visitors.
Historic Holiday Homes in Cranbrook
To experience the tranquillity of a typical historic English town, the holiday accommodation in Cranbrook is ideal. In addition to the Union Mill, Cranbrook is also home to no less than six churches, the most famous of which is St Dunstan's, known by the locals as the Cathedral of the Weald. Cranbrook is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area too, with the famous Sissinghurst Castle Gardens being one of the main attractions. Situated just two miles from Cranbrook, these stunning gardens make for a wonderful day out. With many other historic castles and acres of beautiful countryside on the doorstep, Cranbrook holiday cottages are ideal for those who want to experience traditional England at its finest. It is also close to other great town such as Sevenoaks.