Nestled away into shrubland one side...
...on a low level giving a snug private feel. Hever sits on the furthest West part of the site looking out to farm grassland. The dome is on a lower platform giving a more sung enclosed feel, being set into shrubs on one side with wild grass to the other. This dome does not include a hot tub which is reflected in the cheaper rates. This dome is pet friendly.
Experience 700 years of history and award-winning gardens at the romantic double-moated 13th century Hever Castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. A well-rounded family experience with a large amount of kids’ activities including a water maze, adventure castle and its own lake.
An independent pub and restaurant serving high quality seasonal dishes using local ingredients. The pub itself is grade II listed from the 14th Century and was lovingly renovated not so long ago, however still retains the history and charm of old such as a rare medieval crown post in the roof timbers.
A vintage railway with a destination at every station. Steam & Heritage diesels operate throughout the year between their own Tunbridge Wells & Groombridge lines. You can access local tourist attractions from the line including High Rocks, Groombridge Place & the historic village of Eridge.