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Family home of Sir Winston Churchill
18 hole course considered to be one of the best in the County
Multi-screen out of town cinema
Ten acres of spectacular gardens, featuring many unusual plants.
England's leading wine producer Chapel Down Vineyard near Tenterden,
Unusual 17th century parish church with a superb plasterwork ceiling by Sir Christopher Wren's chief plasterer, Henry Doogood
Glamping and camping site next to a pub in the countryside
A micro-brewery on the border of Kent and Sussex
Bluecaps Farm, situated in Cousley Wood near Wadhurst is home to a herd of 18 llamas.
Earliest records for Scotney go back to 1137 but it was 1378 that the Old Castle was built in response…
Cycle hire during the summer months at Bewl Water
St. Dunstan's is an unusually large church known as 'the Cathedral of the Weald'
St. Mary's contains a collection of monuments to the great and the good of the past.
See the controversial Piper window at this 14th century church in the Wealden village of Lamberhurst.
A wonderful Victorian interior with fine stained glass windows by William Morris and Sir Edward Burne Jones.
Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest is a magnificent setting for walks and picnics and world leading collection of conifers.
Historic Abbey ruins owned by English Heritage
A small Norman Wealden church in a lovely setting with 13th century wall paintings
Creative Workshops hosted by local artist Joanna Harris
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