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Anne Boleyn home one of Henry V111”s wives. Set in beautiful countryside. Great for kids has a water maze & adventure playground.
A little further out but still under an hours drive is Hever Castle with its many different beautiful gardens, 3 mazes (including the water maze so bring a towel and change of clothes!) and play parks, this is a perfect place to enjoy the sun and have a picnic on the lawn.
Connected to Ann Boleyn and king Henry VIII. Very interesting inside the castle and lovely grounds including a maze and water maze.
A lovely destination that has something for everyone. Great gardens to explore, along with the main house, then you can hire a boat on the it's lake or it has a really great castle play structure for children. It's not a cheap day out as the entrance is quite pricey but you do get a lot for your…
One of our favourite castles with beautiful gardens, restaurants and all sorts of activities for the whole family. Check Google Maps for best way to get there
Experience 700 years of history and award-winning gardens at the romantic double-moated 13th century Hever Castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn! It's a 25 minute drive from Tunbridge Wells.
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“The family home of generations of children over the years, Penshurst Place is the ultimate summer destination. With yew hedging, concealed entrances and hidden gates, the gardens are spot on for a game of hide and seek (or for pretending you’ve just stepped on The Secret Garden set). The Stage Garden is another favourite spot, made for budding young actors hoping to step into the spotlight, while the Italian Garden is the perfect place for a family retreat and feeling the grass beneath your feet. For families with a lot of pent up energy, we recommend the adventure playground. Take on obstacles, swings and the high walk, before sampling an ice cream or two, and heading on to the 1km woodland trail, complete with carvings, wildlife, ancient trees and a den building area. ”
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“Home of Winston Churchill and about a 30 minute drive. A must see if you have never been.”
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“If you fancy a special meal at a Michelin Star restaurant, this is the place to visit. Booking is a must. We haven't been for a while, but we always felt it was good value for money. Yes expensive, but not as expensive as other Michelin Star'd restaurants. We also recommend getting a taxi there, and back. The only alternative is to get a bus, or drive.”
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“Charming Emmetts Garden is an Edwardian estate that was owned by Frederic Lubbock, becoming both a plantsman's passion and a much-loved family home. The garden was laid out in the late 19th century, and was influenced by William Robinson. It contains many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from across the world. Standing on one of the highest spots in Kent, Emmetts Garden offers panoramic views over the unspoilt Weald as well as some great walking opportunities. When you visit, you can explore the rose and rock gardens, take in the views and enjoy shows of spring flowers and shrubs, followed by vibrant autumn colours.”
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