Sevenoaks & Sevenoaks Weald
Where to stay:
Stylish and charming family-run B & B, in a secluded central location, 5 minutes walk from both Sevenoaks town centre and station
South Park, Sevenoaks TN13 1EL
Situated in a leafy central Sevenoaks road, the B&B provides guests with a characterful yet peaceful self-contained suite of kingsize bedroom overlooking the garden, book-lined sitting room, and bathroom (with bath & shower). Gordon Road is ideally located being just five minutes walk from Sevenoaks town and train station
1 Gordon Road, Sevenoaks TN13 1HE
Stylish, newly renovated house within walking distance of Sevenoaks town and station. A B & B suite or self-contained self-catering studio (with breakfast option) make this accommodation ideal for business or leisure visitors
High Banks, South Park, Sevenoaks TN13 1EL
Small, warm and friendly B & B in a quiet road within walking distance of Sevenoaks town centre and Sevenoaks mainline station
12 Hillside Road, Sevenoaks TN13 3XJ
Spacious and superbly appointed self-contained accommodation in a tranquil location, yet within walking distance of Sevenoaks Station and town centre
Oak End, 17 Knole Road, SevenoaksTN13 3XH
Set within a 3 acre garden, Southmead is half a mile from Weald village with its community shop, pub and church. This cosy self-catering rural annexe is perfect both for countryside walks and exploring Sevenoaks.
Bowzell Road, Sevenoaks Weald TN14 6NF
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Beautiful family Club in Sevenoaks with swimming pools, tennis courts, bar, restaurant and function rooms for weddings and parties.
Fantastic independent bookshop! Perfect for finding that special holiday read. Browse and then refresh with home-baked cake and coffee. Bliss!
A very special shop for very special gifts. Be tempted by fine quality china and glassware, and crystal gift items.
Stylish interior items, chalk and mineral paint for up-cycling your favourite chest, Lampe Berger home fragrances, and special little luxuries can all be found at this Sevenoaks gem.
Great coffee, a healthy food menu, and rugged decor are the hallmarks of this very individual Sevenoaks coffee house and kitchen.
THE place for a mid-shop re-fuel with fabulous coffee and home-made cakes.
A locally owned business, this bright and contemporary cafe serves locally sourced fresh food every day. Just off the A21 at the entrance to Sevenoaks, this is a perfect place to re-fuel before a day’s sightseeing, or just somewhere to pause and enjoy.
Countrybike offers the best way to really see glorious Kent, and especially the Sevenoaks district. How? Simply because they offer flexible cycle hire via an app. You can order bikes, collect them from a number of heritage sights or pre-order in advance for delivery to a specific location.
A perfect way to enjoy the countryside! Pedal away . . .
Feel like Queen Victoria when you sample the mouth-watering delights of this stylishly restored Sevenoaks station cafe. Bat and Ball was Sevenoaks first train station, and was used for Queen Victoria’s visit to Knole House in 1867.