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Brenchley Kent

This idyllic village may be small but is worth stopping for to admire, and particularly if you're in the area visiting nearby Marle Place Gardens or Sprivers Garden. The main village street has a number of attractive old timbered houses and its church dates back to the 13th century and has an avenue of 400 year-old yew trees.

The Old Vicarage dates from the 14th century and is a particularly picturesque building. During the 17th century the area boasted one of the largest Wealden Iron Works superceeded by agriculture in the form of hop gardens and orchards.

Brenchley's proximity to Tunbridge Wells means you're never far from the array of things to do that its big sister has to offer too.

Brenchly Kent
Things to see & do in and around Brenchley

Marle Place Gardens & Gallery - historic gardens
Scotney Castle - a romantic fairytale castle surrounded by a moat
Sprivers Garden - small 18th-century style formal garden

Also see things to see & do in Tunbridge Wells.

Recommended places to eat and drink in Brenchley

The Bull of Brenchley - Victorian style pub
The Halfway House - delightful pub in Grade II listed building with children’s garden
Olive Stores - superb, rustic café that serves wine & local cider

Where to stay in Brenchley

The Bull Inn (pub & B&B)
Hononton Cottage (B&B)
Jane’s Bed & Breakfast (B&B)
Woodlands Cottage (B&B)


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