According to The Times, Kent has been gaining popularity and is even being compared to Suffolk, with the county now being described as "cool."
The paper predicts that the next affordable and trendy Kentish postcode will be Ramsgate, thanks to its beautiful sandy beaches, Georgian townhouses with sea views, and an influx of creatives.
The Times also listed the best places to be seen in Kent, noting the arrival of nationally acclaimed restaurants, world-class vineyards, and disruptive businesses. The paper credits high-speed rail links to St Pancras as the catalyst that jump-started Kent's transformation, and the Turner Contemporary art gallery in Margate for drawing attention to the town.
Coastal appeal was further enhanced by the availability of cheap rents in an increasingly expensive housing market. Folkestone, once a gloomy harbour town, has also become a dynamic, arty hotspot thanks largely to the Saga billionaire and philanthropist Sir Roger de Haan. Other towns named by The Times for their cool cafés, hotels, and boutiques include Deal, Whitstable, and Margate.
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