The historic Spa town has been welcoming visitors for over 400 years. There's lots of great shop, places to eat and of course, no visit is complete without a sip of the waters from the Chalybeate Spring in The Pantiles.
Cranbrook is bustling town, full of white weather-board and tiled buildings running down the high street. Don't miss the church or the restored smock mill. There's also lots of independent shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs.
Fast becoming the centre of the UK wine industry, Tenterden has a attractive wide, tree-lined high street with individual shops and restaurants. Be sure to visit the Kent & Sussex Railway or take a stroll ni town along one to footpaths.
Home to the renowned Sissinghurst Castle Gardens, created by Vita Sackville West and Harold Nicolson in the 1930s. The pretty village is also worth a stop with its many attractive buildings and lovely old church.
Referred to as ‘Jewel of the High Weald’, Lamberhurst is a lovely village with lots of history. It was originally a centre for the Wealden iron industry, and later for hop growing, and now a small but well-established vineyard.
St Mary's church dominates the saxon settlement of ‘Gutha’s wooded hill’. The views from the village are fantastic and it is claimed you can see over 50 churches from the church tower.
This quaint, medieval town lies at the heart of 1066 country. Best known for the Abbey, which was founded by William the Conqueror as a memorial to the Battle of Hastings.
An ancient town that once was on the sea, be sure to visit the cinque port of Rye. Explore the steep cobbled streets lined with historic buildings, charming shops and pubs.