autumn in Kent

Exploring Kingsdown

If you’re looking for somewhere peaceful and picturesque for your next trip, the quaint village of Kingsdown in Kent is the perfect fit. We have a wide selection of Kingsdown locations, choose from family cottages or cosy retreats perfect for a romantic break. Why not take advantage of our winter sale, save money and book…

Five Reasons to Visit Deal this Autumn

Book a Cottage in Deal this Autumn at Keepers Cottages.  Call 01304 382044  enquiries@keeperscottages.co.uk Receive a 5% discount by using the word AUTMUMNBLOG as the email subject if you book before 10th October 2017 We’ve had a fantastic, fun filled Summer at Keepers, but it’s time for Autumn now! Here are some of our favorite things…

Half Term fun in Kent

February half-term is the first holiday after the Christmas break and is a break welcomed by many. So pack the bags, pile everyone in the car and head off for the week. From rural cottages to cottages by the sea, we have the perfect holiday cottages for your half-term holiday. We have also created a…

Lovely article from our holiday guest

One of our guests recently wrote a blog post about Deal after staying with us. It received a fantastic response on social media so we have re-posted here for our other guests to read, with Cate’s permission of course! Delightful Deal January 4, 2015 by Cate Burren I think that the British seaside is a…

Why I love Deal…

In July 2013, Keepers Cottages was set up to manage and promote holiday accommodation in East Kent, providing a tailored service to people wishing to use their properties as holiday lets. Affiliated to Bright and Bright, and based at the same Victoria Road offices, Keepers Cottages adds to their wealth of property expertise. Managing Director…

Top 5 Autumn Walks in Kent

Top 5 Autumnal Walks in Kent This is a fabulous time of year to get out into the Countryside and enjoy the beautiful Autumnal Colours which are changing on a daily basis. Many of the woodlands in the South East of England have a rich heritage with some being used as hunting grounds for royals and…

Autumn in Kent

Although some of us were still lighting fires as late as June this year there has been an upside to one of the coldest Springs on record.   The trees and hedgerows are now practically groaning with one of the most abundant wild harvests seen in years, particularly down here in East Kent.  It started with…

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