Hever Castle and Gardens
Hever Castle and Gardens

The village of Hever has its shops, pub, ancient church and some pretty cottages, but it is famed for the castle there, once the property of Anne Boleyn, the lovely building reflected in its surrounding moat and with fine gardens... Read More

Hotels in Hever - 2 places to stay

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Hever Hotel

Hever Hotel

Surrounded by the historical houses and castles, this hotel exudes character and charm, just 15 minutes from the M25 and with easy access to local, renowned tourist attractions. Originally the farm serving Hever Castle, a sympathetic ... More | visit website

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Hever Hotel

Hever Hotel

Surrounded by the historical houses and castles, this hotel exudes character and charm, just 15 minutes from the M25 and with easy access to local, renowned tourist attractions. Originally the farm serving Hever Castle, a sympathetic ... More | visit website

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Ye Old Crown (2.14 miles)

Ye Old Crown

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Ye Old Crown Inn is a family run bar, hotel and restaurant, conveniently located on the High Street of Edenbridge to all nearby amenities. Mike and Michelle de Gouveia and their ... More

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Bolebroke Castle (5.40 miles)

Bolebroke Castle

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Bolebroke Castle at Hartfield, the village made famous by Pooh bear, was built around 1480 and is the earliest brick built building in Sussex.Henry VIII used Bolebroke when he went ... More

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King's Arms Hotel (6.01 miles)

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The King's Arms is a former coaching inn situated in the centre of Westerham. The hotel is ideally located to explore Sir Winston Churchill's family home, Hever Castle and Knole Court. ... More

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Danehurst House (6.12 miles)

Danehurst House
Danehurst House Hotel is the large Victorian family home of Angela and Michael Godbold, situated 1.5 miles west of the historic spa town at Royal Tunbridge Wells, where a welcoming atmosphere combines with individual attention ... More | visit website
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Cranston House (6.25 miles)

Cranston House

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Very attractive large detached house in a quiet residential area within walking distance of the town centre, railway station arts Centre and hospital. Private parking. Gatwick airport is 15 minutes ... More

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The Grasshopper Inn (6.36 miles)

The Grasshopper Inn
The Grasshopper Inn is a privately owned, recently fully restored, beautiful Tudor building set in the idyllic Kent countryside, close to all major routes, yet only 40 minutes from London.
The buildings final renovations have now ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (6.48 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL ROOMS & RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated on the A26 only two miles north of Royal Tunbridge Wells, this lodge is opposite the picturesque cricket green of Southborough and adjoins ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (6.70 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel

Once an 18th-century coaching inn, this peaceful hotel is a short walk from Sevenoaks town centre and offers free parking and excellent access to central London and Gatwick Airport. The Royal Oak is just minutes from ... More | visit website

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Brambletye Hotel (6.71 miles)

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The Brambletye in located in the centre of the picturesque village of Forest Row which is on the edge of Ashdown Forest. It has served as a hotel since 1866 ... More

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Premier Inn Tonbridge North (6.74 miles)

Conveniently situated only 2 miles from Tonbridge train station. For shops and local amenities Tonbridge town centre is only 2 miles away. Local attractions include Oast theatre, Tonbridge Castle and Hever Castle. Our Tonbridge North Premier ... More | visit website

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