Managed by Volunteers of the Cranbrook Windmill Association, the windmill is open at regular times from the end of March to the end of September each year. Visit website
Interlinked with a series of footbridges and set in a beautiful, tranquil woodland, the breathtaking sandstone High Rocks provide the perfect setting for a scenic walk. To find out more visit website
St Dunstan’s has a rich and fascinating history dating back almost 1,000 years. Visit website
Visit Groombridge Place near Tunbridge Wells where everyone can have a special day. Visit website
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This attractive and romantic little village perches on a steep hill with a duck pond at the bottom and is situated between Tunbridge Wells and Cranbrook. It is also home to a number of good restaurants and pubs, as well as Finchocks Musical Museum (an impressive historic building in itself).
In the 12th and 13th centuries Goudhurst grew as a farming village before around 1330 when Flemish weavers set up shop, and the Weavers Cottages today are part of what makes this village so charming. In Tudor times all around Goudhurst were iron foundries, and then as industry declined the Weald of Kent became involved in the smuggling of contraband. In 1747 Goudhurst formed a local militia to restore law and order and put down the dreaded Hawkhurst Gang of smugglers (see Hawkhurst).
Bedgebury Pinetum & Forest - cycling, walks & the world's best conifer collection
Bewl Water - watersports, fishing & family waterside fun
Finchocks Musical Museum - celebrated musical collection in a Georgian manor house
Go Ape! Bedgebury - outdoor adventure fun (great for groups and families)
Sissinghurst Castle & Gardens - beautiful gardens and an Elizabethan manor house
Scotney Castle - a romantic fairytale castle surrounded by a moat
Also see Cranbrook things to see & do.Recommended places to eat and drink in Goudhurst Where to stay in Goudhurst
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