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Blessing the Sea and Diving for the Cross
Canterburys Hop Hoodening
Rochester Sweeps' Festival
St Bartholomew's Day Bun Race
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King's Arms Hotel
"The Kings Arms Hotel is a lovely and welcoming place ! All the staff are friendly and kind, especially the breakfast staff. The food was well presented and cooked. I ..." More

King's Arms Hotel
"Good Points: Pleased with the cleanliness and good food also staff seemed generally happy and polite. Parking was convenient,the bed was comfortable. Bad Points: Cellar bar was not in use. Room ..." More

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Westerham is a very attractive small town with a wealth of trees and gardens, medieval and Georgian buildings, richly historic houses and lovely outlying countryside that's included in many recommended walking and cycle routes. The village green, surrounded by some memorable old houses and shops, is noteworthy for statues of Sir Winston Churchill and General James Wolfe, both having local connections. The 17th Century, gabled Quebec House was Wolfe's childhood home, now filled with significant exhibits and open to the public. Wolfe was baptised at Westerham's ancient St Mary's Church, and three of Churchill's grandchildren were splashed at the same font. Churchill and his family lived just outside Westerham at Chartham, an extended Victorian house, until his death in 1965. Here, visitors may wander round rooms containing many of his belongings and enjoy stunning garden views over the Weald and the South Downs. Also worth visiting are Squerryes Court, a 17th Century manor house in delightful grounds, and Charts Edge Gardens with ten acres of magnificent displays that have been celebrated by TV and in garden guides. Situated close to Kent's border with Surrey, Westerham is only a few miles away from the bigger shopping centres of Sevenoaks and Croydon.


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Bull Inn
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Grasshopper On The Green

Grasshopper on the Green


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King's Arms Hotel (0.12 miles)


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The King's Arms is a former coaching inn situated in the centre of Westerham. The hotel is ideally located to explore Sir Winston Churchill's family home, Hever Castle and Knole Court. ... More

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The Grasshopper Inn (1.19 miles)

The Grasshopper Inn
The Grasshopper Inn is a privately owned, recently fully restored, beautiful Tudor building set in the idyllic Kent countryside, close to all major routes, yet only 40 minutes from London.
The buildings final renovations have now ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Sevenoaks (1.86 miles)

Days Inn Sevenoaks
Days Inn have 14 great locations across the UK, our Sevenoaks hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck. The Days Inn hotel in ... More | visit website
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Donnington Manor Hotel (4.58 miles)

Donnington Manor Hotel

Nestling in the heart of Kent's countryside, the Donnington Manor Hotel successfully fuses modern day comfort and leisure facilities, with rustic charm.Ideal for touring the "Garden of England", visiting Chessington or Thorpe theme parks, playing ... More | visit website

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Moorings Hotel (4.98 miles)

Moorings Hotel

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Situated in the heart of the historical market town of Sevenoaks, a warm welcome awaits you at the friendly, family-run Moorings Hotel.

This 28 bedroom hotel is ideally located within walking distance of ... More
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Ye Old Crown (4.98 miles)

Ye Old Crown

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Ye Old Crown Inn is a family run bar, hotel and restaurant, conveniently located on the High Street of Edenbridge to all nearby amenities. Mike and Michelle de Gouveia and their ... More

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Hever Hotel (5.19 miles)

Hever Hotel

Surrounded by the historical houses and castles, this hotel exudes character and charm, just 15 minutes from the M25 and with easy access to local, renowned tourist attractions. Originally the farm serving Hever Castle, a sympathetic ... More | visit website

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Royal Oak Hotel (5.37 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel

Once an 18th-century coaching inn, this peaceful hotel is a short walk from Sevenoaks town centre and offers free parking and excellent access to central London and Gatwick Airport. The Royal Oak is just minutes from ... More | visit website

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7 Hotel Diner (5.42 miles)

7 Hotel Diner

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We believe that your stay with us should be special, whatever the occasion. So as you would expect from 7 Hotel, our rooms with bath or shower are anything but ... More

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Travelodge Caterham Whyteleafe (6.77 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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