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Westerham is a well-known centre for cyclists and walkers with many miles of beautiful marked paths through undulating wooded hills. The Secret and Hidden Cottages are separate from the main house and located within a small stretch of woods, secluded from everything except nature set in our plot of 5 acres, an ideal place to relax and enjoy the countryside. It has its own private access to a footpath which leads to some wonderful walks around the area. Alternatively just relax on the terrace and watch our Alpacas graze in the paddocks..We offer (at extra cost) a chance to get up close and personal and sit with and feed the Alpacas.
The Aperfield Inn Pub is a two minute walk and offers good food and popular with all our guests.
Westerham is a busy and vibrant market town with restaurants, Pubs and independent shops centred around the Green.
Westerham has been home to many famous people, including Sir Winston Churchill and General James Wolfe of Quebec, they are both commemorated by prominent statues on the Green in Westerham.
Sir Winston Churchill's home Chartwell is one of the National Trust's most visited properties, it is just over three miles away from us and Down House, the home of Charles Darwin, is two miles.
Hever Castle, home of Anne Boleyn, is six miles away.
General Wolfe’s childhood home, Quebec House, is in Westerham and Knole House and Park, reputedly a calendar house and once an Archbishop’s Palace is seven miles away in Sevenoaks.
Cinema-at nearby Oxted
Gatwick Airport is 20 minutes away, the Channel Tunnel is just over 1 hour away and two nearby train stations can take you to visit London in 30 to 40 mins .
A drive to Brighton should take no more than 1 hour
Staffhurst Wood is a 50 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Tandridge in Surrey. An area of 38 hectares is also a Local Nature Reserve. It is owned by Surrey County Council and managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust
Saltbox Hill is a 22.2 acre biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in three separate areas in Biggin Hill in the London Borough of Bromley. One area of 6.9 hectares is owned and managed by the London Wildlife Trust.
Hanbury Dr, Biggin Hill, Westerham TN16 3EN