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Population: 1500
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Swan at the Vineyard
"We've been coming here as a family for a few months, mainly because the children enjoy the 'play castle' and the staff have been accommodating to children. The food is ..." More

Swan at the Vineyard
"I cannot speak more highly of the wonderful friendly atmosphere of this restaurant/pub. Lovely staff, and delicious food. Management on hand all the time are so caring and ..." More

Swan at the Vineyard
"For everyone’s eyes, i attended this wonderful family orientated pub on Christmas day and to say the food was melt in the mouth is an understatement it was superb, i would ..." More

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The village of Lamberhurst nestles in a valley in the High Weald, just inside the Kent border with East Sussex, on the A21. A former coaching stop for travellers to Hastings, Lamberhurst dates back at least to Saxon times, and its 14th Century church gives outstanding views across acres of farmland. The village was once renowned for its ironworks, which supplied the railings for St Paul's Cathedral. In the 1800s, its main occupation was hop-growing. Now it has introduced vines, with great success: wines from Lamberhurst (and Biddenden) are well-regarded, and the vineyard provides free tastings. Walking hereabouts is a pleasure with country roads leading the visitor past fields, woodlands, oast houses and cottages. There's a golf course too. In Lamberhurst itself, the 16th Century Owl House, a one-time smugglers' den, has beautiful gardens. Even more sensational are the country house and grounds of Scotney Castle, a riot of colourful plants, flowers and shrubs surrounding a 14th Century castle ruin with a rounded tower and a moat filled with water lilies. Bewl Water Reservoir, a mile from Lamberhurst, is the south's largest lake. Its attractions include walks, boat trips, sailing, cycling, fishing, watersports of all kinds and an adventure playground.


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Bewl Water Outdoor Centre(Adventure)
Bewl by Bike(Cycling)
Bewl Valley Sailing Club(Water Sports)
Bewl Windsurfing(Water Sports)

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Hopgarden House (0.15 miles)

Hopgarden House

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Just 5 miles from Tunbridge Well, if you work in Tunbridge wells or surrounding areas we are just a 10 minute drive. Hopgarden House is Private Contemporary house situated in ... More


Swan at the Vineyard (0.68 miles)

Swan at the Vineyard

As the name implies, The Swan at the Vineyard is located at the edge of our vineyard and overlooks both the vineyard and the Down conservation area of Lamberhurst.

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Star & Eagle Hotel (2.97 miles)

Star & Eagle Hotel

Nestling in the heart of the Kentish Weald, The Star and Eagle is found in the village of Goudhurst. Standing 400ft above sea level the building commands outstanding views across the surrounding countryside, for which ... More | visit website

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The Bull of Brenchley (3.31 miles)

The Bull of Brenchley

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The Bull of Brenchley is a tradional family run inn offering four guest bedrooms as well as excellent home cooked food. Located in he heart of the garden of England ... More

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Three Chimneys Farm (3.41 miles)

Three Chimneys Farm
Set amidst glorious countryside at the end of a one mile farm track, in the heart of the Weald of Kent, on the edge of Bedgebury Forest, 4 stylishly converted Kentish farm buildings. Comfortable, ... More | visit website
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Dale Hill Hotel (3.91 miles)

Dale Hill Hotel

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Located in magnificent, historic 1066 English countryside with breathtaking view across the High Weald ridges and valleys you will be surprised and delighted to discover Dale Hill. Dale Hill was recently voted ... More

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Camden Arms Hotel (4.24 miles)

Camden Arms Hotel

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The camden Arms Hotel is a 200 years old coaching inn, with a new Accommodation building,purpose built, added in May 2007. All rooms have en-suite facilities with power showers. The ... More

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Spring Cottage (4.84 miles)

Spring Cottage
Modern, family house with spectacular views across the Sussex Weald. Close to many National Trust properties, including Scotney Castle, Bateman's, etc. Also within easy driving distance of the coast - Brighton, Hastings, Eastbourne, Rye - ... More | visit website
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Ramada Jarvis Tunbridge Wells (4.89 miles)

Ramada Jarvis Tunbridge Wells

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Stay at the Ramada Tunbridge Wells and experience everything you'd expect from an international hotel company. Superior 3 star property located near M25. Poolside Leisure Club. Mallows Restaurant and Oast House ... More

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Little Tidebrook Farm (5.09 miles)

Little Tidebrook Farm

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Little Tidebrook Farm is a beautiful converted granary set in a pretty rural location in the sleepy hamlet of Tidebrook; about 2 miles from Wadhurst.It ... More

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