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Sibton Park

Kent, England
  • 41 properties in total including 13 apartments in the beautiful Kentish manor house as well as a further 28 cottages and studios in the surrounding grounds
  • 43 acres of parkland set in the heart of the peaceful North Downs
  • Easy day trips to France
  • Castles galore
  • Beautiful gardens – and the ‘Garden of England’
  • Historic cities

Sibton Park, a superb Grade II-listed country house now beautifully converted into comfortable modern apartments and cottages, could hardly be better situated. It is set in 43 acres of peaceful parkland in the heart of the serene North Downs, yet just four miles from the M20 and five miles from the Channel Tunnel.

The historic cities of Canterbury and Rochester – and the majestic castles of Leeds and Dover – are but a few of the sights that await visitors to Sibton Park. It is the ideal base from which to explore the ever-changing landscapes of the 'Garden of England': from the Romney Marsh to the High Weald; and the White Cliffs to the oast houses around Tonbridge.

Sibton Park is part of the Holiday Property Bond portfolio offering exclusive access to over 1,400 properties to its 41,000 investors ("Bondholders"). If you are not already a Bondholder and would like further details please see below.

Explore Kent’s historic castles

There are a number of significant castles you should attempt to visit during your stay in Kent. The most important is undoubtedly Dover Castle, which is also known as the ‘key to England’, having protected the country from invasion for more than 20 centuries. It has a fascinating history and the attraction even gives you the chance to go back in time – head to the Great Tower to see costumed actors play out the roles of King Henry II’s court.

Learn more about Anne Boleyn and her ill-fated relationship with Henry VIII at Hever Castle, which was once her childhood home. Rochester Castle, a well-preserved Norman keep, is also worth exploring. Leeds Castle, however, is arguably the most beautiful, and is indeed described as the ‘loveliest castle in the world’. It’s situated in the middle of a lake and is surrounded by 500 acres of parkland.

Visit Canterbury’s stunning cathedral

One of England’s oldest cities, Canterbury is both attractive and fascinating. It has World Heritage status, thanks to the presence of Canterbury Cathedral, St Martin’s Church and St Augustine’s Abbey. Venture inside the cathedral to see an 11th-century Romanesque crypt, 14th-century perpendicular nave and 12th-century early Gothic quire.

Spend the day at Dartford’s Bluewater

Bluewater Shopping Centre is one of the best shopping and entertainment destinations in Europe. Boasting more than 300 stores and restaurants, plus a cinema, mini arcade, soft play area and much, much more, there’s plenty here to keep the whole family happy.

Play at 91 different golf courses

While there is a nine-hole pitch and putt course at Sibton Park, keen golfers will want to sample the many championship-standard golf courses within Kent. Whether you’re looking for a real challenge or a slightly gentler course, you’re bound to find a favourite here in the county.

Enjoy one of Kent’s hundreds of walking routes

To see Kent at its best, you need to explore it on foot. Luckily, there are hundreds of walks spanning thousands of miles of footpaths. Some of the most popular include the North Downs Way, the Miner’s Cycle Trail, the Saxon Shore Way and the Skylark Trail.

Some of the walks, such as the North Downs Way, will take several days to complete, so you may want to do it in sections. All the more reason to keep coming back to Sibton Park!


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Sibton Park is part of the Holiday Property Bond's growing portfolio of outstanding holiday properties throughout the UK and Europe, imaginatively created over 32 years to combine "home from home" comfort with total relaxation. Currently the portfolio features 35 holiday developments, all in stunningly beautiful locations across 13 countries, with over 1,400 individual villas, apartments and cottages.

For a summary of how HPB can give you and your family a lifetime of wonderful holidays and the risks as well as the benefits of an investment please read "How and how much" below.

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