Come and fish peacefully at Tenterden Trout Waters and let your family explore the local Kentish countryside.
Tenterden has a picture postcard High Street styled in typical Wealden weatherboarding. It is a busy town in the “Garden of England”, built up mainly in the 17th & 18th Centuries. St Mildred’s Church dates back from the 12th Century and dominates the town, being visible for miles. Tenterden is 30 minutes from the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone and International Rail at Ashford and 1 hour from the Port of Dover.
The local area offers a wealth of famous gardens, Sissinghurst, Great Dixter, and Hole Park.
Famous castles in Kent such as Leeds, Bodium, Hever and Scotney are within driving distance.
This is Tenterden’s own Light Railway which runs from Tenterden to Bodium. You can see the steam trains running from the fishery.
National Trust. Created in the 1930s by novelist Vita Sackville-West and Sir Harold Nicolson.
National Trust. A 16th century half-timbered house, and cottage garden The home of Shakespearean actress Ellen Terry, 1899 until 1928.
Local themed exhibits, hop picking and Cinque Ports displays, shop.
Spots Farm, Smallhythe, vineyard walks, tastings, shop, etc.