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The village of Biddenden is located in the borough of Ashford in Kent, England. It is primarily an agricultural and woodland area.
About 8 kilometres (about 5 miles) to the north of Tenterden is where you'll find the village on the Weald of Kent. It was once the centre of the iron industry in the Wealden, as well as the centre of the fabric producing business. Find a vacation home that is nestled in a quaint hamlet and features period architecture between the towns of Biddenden and Headcorn. In the charming market towns of Tenterden, Cranbrook, and Royal Tunbridge Wells, as well as in the well-known historical town of Canterbury, you'll find a more extensive selection of amenities. These towns are home to well-established restaurants, bars, and retail establishments.
Find a holiday cottage that is situated in an elevation position along the desirable Cranbrook Road on the outskirts of Tenterden. This cottage has wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, both to the front and the back of the property.
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You can reserve a room in an unique oak frame country house that has lovely living accommodations and is located in a hidden away position with extensive gardens and woodland. This house is perfect for a large family get-together or a group of friends on a weekend getaway. The majority of the garden is comprised of grass, and it is surrounded by tall, mature trees and bushes that offer a great level of seclusion. At the very end is a little orchard, and further on is a gorgeous bluebell wood, which can be accessed by a gate on a side lane and is perfect for an evening stroll in the countryside.
located between Tenterden and Cranbrook and around three kilometres from the centre of Biddenden hamlet.
Tenterden is around 4 kilometres away and features a shopping district on its lovely High Street in addition to a variety of restaurants and public houses. There is a community centre as well as elementary and intermediate schools in the area. Headcorn station is around 6 miles away and provides regular main line services to Charing Cross. High speed trains to St. Pancras are accessible at Ashford. Cranbrook is home to the Cranbrook School and the High Weald Academy. Visit the Kent & East Sussex Railway, which is a ten-minute drive away, to take steam train rides to the Bodiam Castle and moat, which date back to the 14th century. After that, stop by the Biddenden Vineyards to sample some of the locally produced wine in the area. Visit the South of England Rare Breeds Centre as a group with your loved ones.
Visit Sissinghurst Castle, Leeds Castle, Great Dixter House and Gardens, and Smallhythe Place, a half-timbered house erected in the late 15th or early 16th century and cared for by the National Trust since 1947. If history is your thing, Sissinghurst Castle and Leeds Castle are well worth seeing. Explore several types of ancient homes and gardens, as well as grander residences, and stop by the Kent & East Sussex Railway, a heritage railway that operates along a portion of the route once travelled by the historical business. Between Tenterden Town and Bodiam is where you'll find the railway.
Golf enthusiasts could pay a visit to one or two golf clubs, such as the Kent and Surrey Countryside, which has a par of 71. One of the most prestigious downland courses in England is the Seaford Blatchington Golf Course, which can be found to the north of Seaford in East Sussex. It is situated on a total area of 150 acres of parkland. The tranquil location, which is tucked in the South Downs, offers magnificent views of the surrounding countryside as well as the coast of Sussex, which is not far away.