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Probably the most interesting and unique places in Kent, The Pantiles Tunbridge Wells, originally paved in Terracotta Pantiles and for centuries the place of pleasure and fun. The Corn Exchange which used to be a Theatre, Tea Houses and of course the Bathhouse, all used to entertain the visitors in the past and present... Click here
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Hever Castle & Gardens
Be inspired to come and visit this thirteenth century romantic castle - once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Set in magnificent gardens from the majestic formal Italian Garden and topiary, to the informal meanderings of the lakeside and Sunday Walk. The Water Maze on Sixteen Acre Island and the Yew Maze challenges both adults and children alike!
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Knole
Knole is one of England’s most important, complete, yet fragile historic houses, set at the heart of Kent’s last remaining medieval deer park. One-time palace to archbishops and former royal property of the Tudor dynasty, Knole, in Sevenoaks, was a place of extraordinary wealth and grandeur. Now over 500 years old, this National Trust house wears the marks of six centuries of history with quiet dignity.....Click Here
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Chiddingstone Castle
The history of Chiddingstone Castle can be traced back to the early 1500s, and during its life, the castle has undergone a number of architectural changes and has been owned and lived in by an eclectic mix of people and families...Click Here
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Squerryes Court
SQUERRYES COURT is a beautiful 17th century manor house which has been the Warde family home since 1731. It is surrounded by 20 acres of attractive and historic gardens which include a lake, restored parterres and an 18th century dovecote. Squerryes is 22 miles from London and easily accessible from the M25. Chartwell, Hever, Knole and Penshurst are all nearby....... Click Here

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Edenbridge is situated in the South West corner of kent on the Surrey and Sussex border. The earliest mention of the town was around 1122AD then called Eadelmesbrege, while your visiting take a tour of our Museum for a more details guide to our history and town.......... Click Here for the Edenbridge Trail
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What's around Kent to see.....! Chartwell, Winston Churchills House, Penshurst Place, Hever Castle the home of Anne Bolyn, Ightham Mote, Knole House, the Pantile Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge Castle, Click here to view our Kent Map and some of the interesting places to visit in our County........ Click here
 
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Edenbridge is a good place to base yourself, if you feel you would like to stay in the Countryside, but also visit London or Brighton for a day trip, with regular train services to and from the Capital and the South Coast throughout the day. CLICK HERE
 
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The first reference to the ancient village occurs in 814AD, as land granted to the Archbishop of Canterbury. A successor, Archbishop Lanfranc held it almost intact 250 years later, and there is a connection with the See of Canterbury to this day. Katherine Parr's first husband, Sir Edward de Burgh, occupied part of the village at one time. Chiddingstone
 
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