Sevenoaks is a town in Kent and is around 25 minutes from London on the train. Home to attractions by The National Trust and boasting a quaint town with many independent shops and cafes – Sevenoaks has the whole package for a relaxing weekend away!
1. The Pheasant Plucker, Ide Hill
Come and see us at The Pheasant Plucker, Ide Hill. The Pheasant has a gorgeous space to rent for gatherings or celebrations plus a large outdoor area where we often have live music and perfect for the kids or anyone lucky enough to have a doggo!
2. Knole National Trust
There are so many aspects of Knole to enjoy. Take a long walk around the grounds and you’ll see tons of deer, plenty of other wildlife and lots of chestnut trees! There’s a café for hungry ramblers too.
Knole was a one-time palace to archbishops and former royal property of the Tudor dynasty. You can buy tickets to go into the house and look around! As part of the National Trust, if you’re a member you’ll get in for free.
3. Stag Community Arts Theatre
The Stag is right on Sevenoaks high street and inside you can catch theatre, cinema screenings and there’s an alternative performing and conferring facility. Perfect for anyone artsy!
4. Riverhill Himalayan Gardens
Riverhill is renowned for its beautiful and historic gardens, expansive views across the Weald of Kent and warm and friendly welcome. Home to the Rogers family since 1840, these family-run gardens offer visitors space to explore, gardens to admire and excuses to celebrate. Riverhill Himalayan Gardens host unusually creative events for all generations (and their dogs) and wonderful restoration stories.
5. Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve
Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve is a nature reserve with a lake and woodland trails and a hands-on exhibition centre – perfect for keen hikers or a walk with the family. It is renowned for rarer sightings of birds and lots and lots of dragonflies!