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County - Kent | Map
Tel code: 01732 | code search
Postcode: TN8 | code search
Population: 9000
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Folk Customs:
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Biddenden Dole
Blessing the Sea and Diving for the Cross
Canterburys Hop Hoodening
Rochester Sweeps' Festival
St Bartholomew's Day Bun Race
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King & Queen
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Chiddingstone Castle
"15 years ago I had visited Chiddingstone and found it a very rich, interesting collection of Japanese, Mesopotamian, Egyptian and other fine arts on display. Then it "disappeared" from public eye ..." More

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Edenbridge is a small town (some would say, village), on the Kent / Surrey border. In common with most places of this size (approx. 8,000 population), it consists of a single main road, with housing estates and industrial areas to either side.
Edenbridge has a history going back to the Roman period. The high street road was built about 100AD. The first mention of Edenbridge in a document was in the Textus Roffensis about 1122 AD.
Edenbridge, with a population of just under 8,000, is situated in the extreme south west corner of Kent on the borders of Surrey and Sussex.
It developed in Roman times with the construction of the London to Lewes road. Along the high street many ancient houses are to be found with the 13th Century church a few yards away. The Great Stone Bridge, crossing the River Eden, replaces an earlier one of 1831.
Nearby iron workings and the tanning industry (closed in the '60s) gave the town its prosperity.
The advent of the railways and the Redhill and Uckfield lines, saw a rise in population. This contributed to the many fine Victorian and Edwardian houses. Population 9,000


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Chiddingstone Castle
Eden Valley Museum
Haxted Watermill Riverside Brasserie and Bar
Hever Castle and Gardens


Self Unlimited


Yoga - Ashtanga Vinyasa


The Surgery

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Sweetwoods Park Golf Club

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Fountain Inn
Haxted Mill Riverside Brasserie & Bar
King & Queen
Rock Inn
White Horse Inn
Ye Old Crown


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Castle Inn
Haxted Mill Riverside Brasserie & Bar

Moulin Blanc
Rock Inn
Ye Old Crown


Kent & Sussex Montessori Centre


F B Jevons Riley & Pope


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Lingfield Lodge Veterinary Clinic

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Edenbridge RFC (Rugby Union)


The Edenbridge Bookshop
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Content A Pet
Paydens Ltd
T J Amey
The Cobblers Shop


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Greybury Fine Art
Yew Tree Antiques
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Ye Old Crown (0.15 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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Hever Hotel (2.02 miles)

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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The Grasshopper Inn (5.03 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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King's Arms Hotel (5.06 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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The Wiremill (5.37 miles)

The Wiremill
The Wiremill is a charasmatic 15th century Mill. Our rooms are situated in the original foundations of the building and have recently undergone an extensive refurbishment. Most importantly the rooms have kept the character of ... More | visit website
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Cranston House (5.43 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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Felbridge Hotel & Spa (5.85 miles)

Felbridge Hotel & Spa

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The Felbridge Hotel and Spa has recently undergone a complete refurbishment taking the hotel to 4-star deluxe status. All bedrooms are styled to perfection and with the introduction of the Bay Tree ... More

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Premier Inn East Grinstead (5.91 miles)

Premier Inn East Grinstead
Ideally located within easy reach of the M25 and M23. Conveniently located for East Grinstead train station and only 9 miles away from Gatwick Airport. Local attractions include Chequer Mead theatre, St. Hill Manor, Ashdown ... More | visit website
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Bolebroke Castle (6.42 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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Brambletye Hotel (6.67 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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