South of England Rare Breeds Centre Farm Park provides an enjoyable day out for all the family, and such a blessing on those days you have the grandchildren over. It’s a working farm where children get close to farm animals, and play safely in the adventure play area.
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Biddenden Vineyards…just a mile up the road is Kent’s oldest commercial vineyard. Eleven varieties of grapes are grown to produce white, red, rose and quality sparkling wines. Traditional Kentish ciders have also been made here for over 20 years. Pop in for a sample, there are also an abundance of quaint little coffee shops open daily.
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With 500 acres of beautiful parkland and formal gardens, daily activities, free flying falconry displays, special events and year round attractions, Leeds Castle is one of the best days out in Kent, you will want to come back time and again!
Listed in the Doomsday book as a Saxon Manor, this beautiful moated castle is a must see and also popular for garden parties and regular concert tours too.
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From castle to prison, working farm to world renowned garden, Sissinghurst’s past is nothing but varied and each of its incarnations have added to its story. It tells the stories of some of the lesser known lives and tales of the people who shaped Sissinghurst’s vast history.
The Sissinghurst Castle estate is 460 acres of beautiful Wealden countryside. Looked after by a team of rangers, it’s a fascinating place to spot native wildlife all year round. It is a joy for walkers and horse riders alike.
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Situated in the heart of the Garden of England, Chart Hills is an award winning course designed by Sir Nick Faldo. Sitting in the High Weald of Kent, the course and clubhouse are easily accessible.
Chart Hills is recognised as a course which offers diversity and challenge all laid out in a stunning location within the High Weald of Kent. Sir Nick Faldo designed Chart Hills in 1993 and the course has matured in to one of the finest in the South of England.
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Various fishing lakes are within a couple of miles from the park. Carp lakes, Fly fishing, Course fishing, and Sea Fishing if you prefer but just a bit further to travel.
Cacklehill Lakes which is just down the road offers three lakes including a specimen lake, a 28 peg match lake and a mixed fishing lake.
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