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Sometimes called the Capital of the Kentish Weald, Cranbrook looks and feels much as it has done for centuries: a peaceful small town of weather-boarded houses, surrounded by orchards and farmland. In spite of its small size, Cranbrook has a great deal to offer the visitor. The narrow medieval…
Picturesque market town characterised by clapboard houses. Full of independent shops.
Sissinghurst is a peaceful historic village on the outskirts of Cranbrook, Kents smallest Wealden town, offering you the best of both worlds-a relaxing, picturesque setting near to amenities. The world famous Sissinghurst Castle Gardens (National Trust) are located here. A plethora of pubs, cafes,…
Friendly small town with a working windmill that is open to the public at certain times of the year
Lovely Kentish Town, known as the capital of the Weald. Pretty weather boarded houses and plenty of cafes