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Connaught Park

Connaught Park

Description
This park is the first park established in Dover dating back to Victorian times.Set on the hillside below Dover Castle it provides facilities for both recreational and sporting activities.
Goodnestone Park Gardens

Goodnestone Park Gardens

Description
Goodnestone Park Gardens is a peaceful and romantic garden with connections to Jane Austen.
Kearsney Abbey

Kearsney Abbey

Description
The gardens at Kearsney Abbey are laid out as informal parkland around two ornamental lakes through which the River Dour flows. The abbey itself was demolished many years ago although the west wing remains and is now used as a café facility for visitors to the park.

Kearsney Parks

Description
Nestled in the Alkham Valley, just 2.5 miles from Dover, are the popular Kearsney Parks - Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens. A wonderful place for walking, cycling, dog walking, events and family fun.
Pencester Gardens

Pencester Gardens

Description
Pencester Gardens is a park situated in the centre of Dover providing a welcome area of green space within the town.
Pines Garden

Pines Garden

Description
This 6 acre garden has many fine features including a cascade and adjoining lake, a specially created grass labyrinth and organic kitchen garden with over 40 different species of fruit and vegetables. There are extensive paths for buggy and wheelchair access, and lots of seating for visitors to come and relax at any time of the year.
Samphire Hoe

Samphire Hoe

Description
Samphire Hoe is an amazing place, made from the material dug to create the Channel Tunnel, with something for everybody - a stunning location, wild flowers, birds, sea angling, peace and quiet, painting or walks
The Salutation Gardens

The Salutation Gardens

Description
Set in the heart of Sandwich, the Secret Gardens are an oasis of calm and serenity within the city walls.
Walmer Castle & Gardens

Walmer Castle & Gardens

Description
This castle, now in the care of English Heritage, was built in 1540 as part of Henry VIII's chain of coastal defences. Centuries of domestic refinements have transformed it from a fortress to an elegant stately home with beautiful gardens
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