Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest
Bedgebury National Pinetum & Forest

Goudhurst is one of Kentís candidates for the idyllic English village award, crawling up a hill in the High Weald, beautifully kept, and with a wealth of the pretty cottages some of them among hop-gardens where the occasional oast house is to be seen too... Read More

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Hotels in Goudhurst - 3 places to stay

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Star & Eagle Hotel

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 | Double Room: From £75 | visit website

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Three Chimneys Farm

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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Hopgarden House (3.10 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

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Swan at the Vineyard (3.45 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.

A bar and restaurant with a superb ... More

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Freedom Holiday Homes (3.52 miles)

Freedom Holiday Homes
Our friendly, helpful staff who have extensive local knowledge will assist you to choose from our superb range of self catering accommodation in cottages, barn conversions, Granaries, Oast Houses and apartments throughout the beautiful counties ... More
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George Hotel & Brasserie (3.56 miles)

George Hotel & Brasserie

The George Hotel and Brasserie is one of Cranbrook's landmark buildings, dating back to the 14th century. Guests can easily access local attractions, as well as enjoy the relaxing ambiance of the hotel itself. The ... More | visit website

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The Bull of Brenchley (3.65 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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Dale Hill Hotel (4.21 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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Godwin House B&B (4.89 miles)

Godwin House B&B

Situated in the heart of the Weald of Kent in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Godwin House is just one mile east of the ancient village of Cranbrook, the smallest town in Kent and ... More | visit website

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The Royal Oak (5.09 miles)

The Royal Oak

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The Royal Oak is the first ArtHouse Hotel in England. Itís a concept created by Proprietor Janelle Tresidder to bring high quality original art into an English hotel. At the Royal ... More

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Merzie Meadows (5.96 miles)

Merzie Meadows
Merzie Meadows is a unique country home, set in twenty acres of conservation areas, small woodland and three acres of formal garden. Peaceful yet near places to visit including Sissinghurst, Leeds Castle, Scotney, amongst many; ... More | visit website
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Camden Arms Hotel (6.41 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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