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Brands Hatch Circuit

Brands Hatch Circuit

Brands Hatch is one of the most famous racing circuits in the world, with a history dating back to 1926. It was originally a grass track that ran anti-clockwise, until being reversed in 1954. It is now one of the world’s most iconic sporting venues, hosting some of motorsport’s most prestigious events on two and four […]



Cyclopark is a purpose-built facility for cycling and other outdoor activities with 43 hectares of landscaped parkland, 6 km of off-road mountain bike trails, and a 2.9 km long tarmac circuit, and is the perfect destination for cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts alike. There are plenty of pedal-pushing opportunities with a range of events to suit […]

Meopham Valley Vineyard

Meopham Valley Vineyard

Meopham Valley Vineyard was established in 1991, and during their tenure they set the foundations by planting seven grape varieties, conducting vineyard tours and creating a range of quality still and sparkling wines. Their wines of have won the respect of wine experts all over the world, winning prestigious awards in local, national and international […]

St Mildred's Bay

St Mildred’s Bay

St Mildred’s Bay has a sandy beach with cliffs and a tidal pool. The bay has huts from Easter to September. The bay is surrounded by a concrete sea wall with railing that is wider in some parts as it follows the cliff formation around the bay. This beach has plenty of sand for building […]

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Leeds Castle in Kent

Medieval themed storylines continue to capture our imagination with the likes of Robin Hood and Game of Thrones. So why not take the experience a notch higher by visiting breath-taking Leeds Castle. This enchanting Kent accommodation, dubbed “The Loveliest Castle in the World”, has stood majestically on islands in the River Len for over 1000 […]

Broadwitch Hauntfest

Broadditch Farm’s annual award winning Broadwitch Hauntfest season is now upon us again. This year five spine-chilling main events await anyone who dares to visit. Not recommended for the faint hearted, you are guaranteed a horrific experience not readily forgotten. Scary ghouls and blood thirsty monsters are waiting from the moment of arrival, and attractions are updated […]

Cobham Mausoleum

Just 10 minutes drive from our lovely cottages takes you to Cobham village. At the far end of the village there is a lovely walk through National Trust woodlands which leads you to the Darnley/Cobham Mausoleum. The Earls of Darnley were usually buried in Westminster Abbey, but by the late 18th century, their vaults were […]