Tenterden Self Catering Cottages, Lodges, Apartments & More
Accommodation for families, business travel or romantic getaways
A one-time Cinque Port, Tenterden today lies 10 miles from the sea but has retained its Kentish charm and is still dominated by the distinctive tower of the 12th century St Mildred's Church.
Arguably one of the county's most picturesque towns, it was originally nothing more than a forest clearing. It eventually rose to fame as a centre for the wool trade and profited from Edward III's
decision in the 14th century to ban the export of raw wool and use foreign craftsmen to teach Englishmen the skill of producing finished cloth.
Despite its relative affluence a number of local people joined Wat Tyler's Peasant's Revolt.
Here you will find details of self catering cottages, apartments, villas,
mobile homes or cabins, lodges, etc. Also, self-catering accommodation in
aparthotels, static caravans, and holiday parks in Tenterden
or surrounding areas.
Self Catering Cottages Apartments Holiday Parks in Tenterden...