Kent, can offer anyone a pleasurable short break
or a full
vocation holiday whatever your interests, a full itinerary for your vocation be it a day out short brake or
a long stay excursion. Centering on Faversham and Swale will bring in the surrounding areas of Canterbury
Bird watching and natural history, walking, an interest in History, sailing, fishing, sports, eating out,
seaside, museums and galleries, Trains, and the Cathedral cities of Canterbury and Rochester. Can give you
either an active or leisure break.
Accommodation around Faversham is made up of B and B’s, through Guest Houses and small Hotels developed out
of the traditional Inn. The larger chain hotels are in Sittingbourne, Canterbury and Ashford.
The area is full of Pubs many serving good food,along with a varied selection of restaurants catering for
all tastes including,
Indians, Chinese, Italian, Pizza’s or Michelin graded restaurants are all in Faversham alone.
If you wish a guided Bird watching Break we can arrange that for you, let us know your wishes.
Faversham, has a wealth of History, with over 400 listed properties and
many independant retailers,
half way along the A2 makes it an ideal base for touring around Kent. With evenings in the varied eating houses the town has to offer, and the
tranquile countryside you can not help but to relax.
Sittingbourne, is the commercial
centre of Swale, and being the main shopping town of the borough. The town has been the centre of paper production
for a number of years, Kemsley Railway being built for that industry, with Church Marshes a Country Park being devoloped
Isle of Sheppey, has long been a seaside holiday resort, at
Leysdown and Sheerness. The south of the Island is all outstanding for wildlife, being internationally important for
Birds, with two reserves including Elmley Marshes Nature Reserve. Sheppey was where the first circular mile flight took
place back in 1908. Its history goes back to the fossils that can be found at some of its beaches.
Bird Watching, there could not be
a better place to base yourself then Swale to tick the
many birds of Kent, having such a varied selection of countryside to go and find them including, Seawatching,
Seashore, Marsh land, Woodland, Healthland, Farm Land, along with many wind blown migrants given the correct wind
conditions, with wintering Geese, Harriers and passerines, such birds as Snow Buntings, Waxings, Redpolls, there is
a Harrier roost that has boosted 67 birds. With many rare flower, including orchids with rare butterflies and moths,
it is a british paradise for wildlife.