If you like peace, quiet and a conscience free break, stay at one of the green B&Bs around Canterbury. Canterbury is known for its eco friendly houses, but the Centre Space's facilities are extra special. You can consume vegetables, home grown on the premises, with compost made onsite (so surplus food is not wasted). The house is fully insulated, so as not to waste energy, and enjoys a wood burning stove, stocked with sustainable deadwood.
It also enjoys a resplendent, tranquil location. Why else would you stay in eco friendly B&Bs? In Hythe, many B&Bs are walker friendly; central for easy public transport access and will pickups from the local train station. There are drying facilities for outdoorsy types to dry off soaking waterproofs and muddy boots, as well as a garage for secure storage of valuable leisure items. Vegetarians can often find a good breakfast with a little more sophistication than an extra tomato in place of bacon and sausage.
The traditional eco guest houses in Ashford enjoy the nostalgic beauty of exposed beams and antique cookware as well as highly regarded green tourism awards. Converted farm bed and breakfasts make a great place to stay as they are often small, independent producers and the meat, eggs and bread you see at breakfast will have been made on the farm, reducing air miles and vitamin reduction. Kent itself, as a farming district, can guarantee smooth, rolling hills, fresh, locally produced food and a slower pace of life.