Enjoy a Kentish holiday in Rochester accommodation
Rochester is a historic town in the garden of England, Kent. Notable for its historical buildings, Rochester accommodation offers an enriching experience in terms of architecture. The Guildhall is a 17th century building which acts as part of the Guildhall Museum, where you can discover the history of Medway as well as a selection of artwork. Built in the 7th century, Rochester is also home to one of the oldest cathedrals in the United Kingdom, second only to Ripon Cathedral near Harrogate. You can even take a stroll around the grounds of the town's castle during your stay in Rochester.
Rochester accommodation – Discover Victorian England
Rochester holiday cottages are ideal for fans of literature and film, as the town is known for inspiring many of Charles Dickens' novels including Great Expectations, as well as featuring in the James Bond film Goldfinger. Just one town over in Chatham you can have the full Dickens' experience at Dickens World, where you can immerse yourself in the Victorian England he wrote of in his work.
Rochester holiday cottages – Ideal for the local independent shopping experience
As with many of the towns in Kent such as Canterbury and Whitstable, Rochester offers a unique shopping experience with its vast array of independently owned businesses along Rochester High Street, including one of the largest second hand book stores in the country. So whether you're in search of a special gift for a loved one or just a souvenir for yourself, there are plenty of places to find what you're after during your stay in a Rochester holiday cottage.