Welcome to Lydd
Lydd is a small town Near the southernmost point of Kent. With a long history as a village stretching back to the Saxon era, Lynd is scattered with historical points of interest, including the medieval court house and guildhall of Gordon House Longhall. The area is also significant in 20th century history, with Lydd airport being the first airport constructed in the UK after World War II.
Ashford - the town that’s always moving
Ashford is one of Kent’s most dynamic towns, and its international train station has done a lot to strengthen its eclectic, cosmopolitan vibe - a tasteful foil to its rich and fascinating history. Cultural centres like ShivaNova bring fresh international music acts through the town on a regular basis, and the green-living themed Stour Valley Arts exhibits the most modern contemporary art surrounded by the ancient Kings Wood. After getting their fill of culture, visitors can top the day off at one of Ashford’s many delectable eateries.
Indulge in the Ashford Designer Outlet
The MacArthur Glen Ashford Designer Outlet is just a five-minute walk from Ashford International, and is one of the best places in England to find all your favourite designer brands in one amazing place. With an impressive, tented structure and well-kept grounds, you’re sure to remember your trip to the Ashford Designer Outlet, whether you buy a little or a lot.
Planning a trip to Lydd? Travelodge Ashford Hotel is a half-hour drive away, and Travelodge Hastings Hotel can be reached in just under an hour.