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The top 20 Attractions around Sevenoaks

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    Knole Park

    Hiking Highlight

    The 15th-century manor house is located in the 1,000-acre deer park Knole Park. The deer are used to passers-by. Knole itself is one of England's largest houses. Given in 1566 …

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    Daniela
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    Eynsford Viaduct

    Hiking Highlight

    This impressive nine-arched red-brick viaduct is a prominent feature on the line to the delightfully-named ''Bat & Ball'' station. The structure was built by the independent ''Sevenoaks Railway'', incorporated in …

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    Craig
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    Otford

    Hiking Highlight

    The village of Otford has a rich history dating back 3,000 years. Occupants have included iron age farmers, Romans, Saxons, Normans, archbishops, and royalty. The village has lots of claims …

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    A good place to stop for a quick coffee during a ride with a public toilet next door. The coffee isn't fantastic but it's okay and they have lots of snacks and cakes. (They don't accept cards below £5)

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    Now you know why it’s called Eynsford. There is a bridge too 😂

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    Phillip
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    Chartwell House

    Hiking Highlight

    Chartwell House was the home of Sir Winston Churchill and his family from 1922 until shortly before his death in January 1965. The rooms remain much as they were when …

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    Weardale Manor Ruins

    Hiking Highlight

    This spot was once the location of a grand house, Weardale Manor, which was built by Philip Stanhope, 1st Baron Weardale, in 1906. The 145-room house fell into disrepair soon …

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    Emmetts Garden

    Hiking Highlight

    Situated on one of Kent’s highest points, Emmetts Garden affords glorious panoramic views over the Weald. Created in the late 19th century, the gardens contain exotic plant species from around …

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    One Tree Hill

    Hiking Highlight

    One Tree Hill is a serene summit that affords awe-inspiring views over the Weald of Kent. The hilltop, which is managed by the National Trust, is a Site of Special …

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    Furnace Lane (Fantastic country lane)

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    This is one of my favourite country lanes and is featured in the book Lost Lanes (No. 3). It follows the route of Kent Water and is an absolutely gorgeous route through a little valley.

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    Phillip
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    Star Hill

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    This is a great climb that is featured in Simon Warren's Cycling climbs of South-east England. Rated 5/10 it's a long and fairly tough climb to attempt after a long ride, even more fun as an ascent ;-)

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    Phillip
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    Shoreham: 2nd Best Village in Britain

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    The Times placed Shoreham at No.2 on their list of ‘Best Villages in Britain’, just missing out on the top spot to Mayfield, East Sussex.

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    Kemsing Down Nature Reserve is a wonderful place to explore. With ancient woodlands, glades, chalk grassland, and scrub areas; the reserve is home to some interesting flora and fauna. Keep …

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    The Velo Barn (Bike shop)

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Velobarn is a perfect place to stop for a coffee if your cycling along the Pilgrims way. Outside seating with a view across the north downs. Bike racks, water bottle filling station, a bike repair shop and cake!

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    Chris
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    Pilgrim's Way beside Squerryes Vineyards

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    A short tree covered run of the Pilgrim's way with views of the valley below and running alongside the Squerryes vineyards.

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    Phillip
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    Toys Hill - 100 Climbs #20

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    An average of 8% with a maximum of 18% this 2.5km hill just keeps on giving. Starting fairly softly for the first 1km and then gradually getting steeper and steeper without relenting until you reach the top.

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    Phillip
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    Entry to the grounds is paid via a donation of £2 per person into an 'Honesty Box' via a gate next to the Chidingstone Inn (a beautiful pub with WC …

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    Craig
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    Lavender fields

    Road Cycling Highlight

    There are beautiful views across the lavender farm if you come during summer, the whole valley becomes purple

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    Phillip
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    Puddledock Lane Climb (8% to 12%)

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    This is a great little climb with a rewarding view at the top. Not as long as the more famous Toy's Hill that it leads to but almost as challenging …

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    Phillip
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    Hogtrough Hill Climb 8%

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    This is a tough little climb up the Kentish North Downs. Covered by trees you keep climbing almost the entire way until you reach ‘The Nower’. Punishing but lots of fun

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    Phillip

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