Wadhurst

The East Sussex market town of Wadhurst is on the Sussex and Kent border and lies on the Weald which is a range of wooded hills. It is a popular town for people to commute to London with good railway links. On the outskirts is Wadhurst Castle which was bulit in the early 1800's and today offers a venue for weddings.
19 Results In Or Near Wadhurst
2.9 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
The Bell is a truly unique place to stay. Seven quirky hotel bedrooms and four rustic lodges set in a garden of whimsy on the Kent and Sussex border.
2.9 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
The Bell is a truly unique place to stay. Seven quirky hotel bedrooms and four rustic lodges set in a garden of whimsy on the Kent and Sussex border.
3.5 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
Scotney offers a 14th century castle, complete with a moat, along with a charming country house and a romantic garden, all surrounded by a stunning woodland estate. Visitors can relax in the gorgeous gardens, with the fairytale castle behind, or stroll out in the 770 acres of parkland and woodland.
3.6 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
Fair Oak Farm is a multi-award winning country estate and boutique retreat venue for business and holiday groups with unique accommodation and stylish interiors
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5.1 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
That's She! The Only She! Make an honest woman of her - quick!' was how Rudyard Kipling described Bateman's when he first saw it. Surrounded by the Sussex Weald, this Jacobean house provided a much-needed sanctuary for this world-famous writer. The rooms remain much as he left them, including the study where he wrote many of his major works.
5.1 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
Bateman's is the charming and fascinating family home of Rudyard Kipling. Nestled in the spectacular Sussex Weald, the house was a haven of peace for the writer and his family. Rooms have been left much as they were when Kipling lived there, and the stunning English gardens surrounding the house are a joy to explore.
5.9 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
Step through the dark green wooden portals of the Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells and into the Burgundy Bar, all blood red squashy velvet sofas, leather pouffes and gently battered wooden tables, and the feeling that you are in good hands sweeps over you. You'd never know HdV was a chain – each location has its own individual character borne out of the style of the building it's in. In this case, a grade II listed mansion constructed back in 1762. Rooms have the signature impressive bathroom...
8.3 miles from the centre of Wadhurst
The white weather board exterior gives the impression of a quaint country pub but the interior reveals something far more sophisticated. The panelled walls are painted in a classy blue-grey and the contemporary chairs are upholstered in brightly striped or in complimentary plain fabrics. The focus of the food is firmly in the modern British camp with an emphasis on good local produce. The menu changes constantly with the season.
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