Hole Park is near the border of the borough on the far eastern side. Another utterly charming garden famous for bluebells, blossom, and a barrage of other blooms as well as short or long walks where you can wander/wonder wide-eyed!
Goudhurst is a hilltop village with a fascinating history and far reaching views. Browse our village page and take a picturesque walk round the higgledy-piggledy tumbledown buildings.
The famous Penshurst Place is celebrating its 500-year anniversary of being owned by Henry VIII this year. Come and view the vast and beautiful Tudor estate including the Tudor manor house where Queen Elizabeth I stayed, the gorgeous gardens, the lake, the playground and woods too. Changes have been made to reassure visitors that you can confidently visit them. Picnics are allowed, the café and shop are open of course but don’t forget you will need to book online in advance for your entry to the attraction.