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Sissinghurst Castle is most famous for its garden, in fact it is world famous for the White Garden!
Constructed by Decimus Burton for Sir David Salomon, it was the first house in Britain to use domestic electricity.
Great dining out for lunch, dinner, afternoon tea, Sunday roasts and celebrations.
Set in the beautiful Weald of Kent, Penshurst Place & Gardens and the surrounding estate have stood on the banks…
Le Bistro - It's about serving up dishes that rely heavily on fresh and seasonal produce.
Very smart English pub / bar serving locally sourced food
British classic restaurant from the famous Ivy chain of restaurants in London.
Delightful pub in the rural Weald of Kent with a cottage garden serving a contemporary menu
Beautiful hillside garden, privately owned by the Rogers family since 1840, with extensive views across the Weald of Kent
Informal dining in the Tunbridge Wells Hotel on The Pantiles open all day 7 days a week.
Café overlooking the fishing lakes in a rural setting
Handmade cakes, soup and gourmet sandwiches made fresh daily