Brasted & Westerham
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What to see:
Visitors can uncover the glory of General Wolfe's great victory at Quebec in the exhibition. Explore the intimate 18th century family home. Enjoy light refreshments in the Coach House and outside in the charming garden.
Chartwell is a country house near the town of Westerham. For over forty years it was the home of Winston Churchill. He bought the property in September 1922 and lived there until shortly before his death in January 1965.
The highest point of the Kent Downs! Toys Hill is more than 450 acres (180 hectares) of woodland, cared for by the National Trust. Enjoy the fine views over the Weald and discover the diverse and abundant wildlife which makes this area a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Emmetts Garden is an Edwardian estate located at Ide Hill. It is now owned by the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty. This is the place to see bluebells covering a woodland!
What to do:
The intrinsic link between coffee (and cake) and cycling sees The Drop Bar at Westerham Cyclery offer the perfect pre-ride meeting point, mid-ride pit stop or post-ride refreshment. We are quickly becoming a focal point for the community, appealing to weekday regulars, weekend warriors, walkers/ramblers and non-cyclists alike.
Rapidly becoming THE place to visit for light snacks, beer and wine!
Holloways of Ludlow specialising in unusual unique and individual contemporary and traditions fittings and fixtures. Leaders in the design industry by consistantly sourcing and supplying a wide range of lighting fixtures, fittings, furniture, bathrooms for every aspect of your home.
A family run florist founded by the youngest member Bella Verrechia. Specialist in fresh memorable bouquets with a homely, antique twist.