Local Attractions

Eat & Drink within walking distance

The Mount Vineyard, Shoreham

This stunning venue serves wood-fired pizzas and cheese and charcuterie plates to accompany their home-grown wine and fizz.

There’s also a lovely gift shop called Ten Acres.

Open Wed – Sat.


The King’s Arms, Shoreham

This friendly, traditional English pub serves hearty meals and a range of local ales.

Open every day, they have both outside and inside seating.

Phone 01959 523100

The Crown, Shoreham

A lovely family-run pub with a small beer garden.

Open Sunday-Wednesday lunchtimes plus Saturday and Sunday all afternoon and evening.

Phone 01959 522903

The Honeypot Tearooms, Shoreham

A gorgeous little tearoom serving teas, coffees and homemade cakes. They also offer a range of vegan and gluten-free options.

Open Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon.

Phone 07546 696623

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Local Attractions

Shoreham Village

Shoreham is a stunning, quintessentially English village with the River Darent running through it. Look out for the delightful Honeypot Tearooms, the well-renowned Shoreham Aircraft Museum and the unmissable annual duck race!

The Mount Vineyard

This stunning venue has a retractable roof, allowing alfresco dining in good weather and a cosy indoor restaurant at other times. They serve a range of home-grown wines as well as stone-baked pizzas, cheese and charcuterie plates and ice-cream.

You can also book to do wine tasting.


Castle Farm

This family-run farm a few minutes’ drive from White Hill Woods, is the largest producer of lavender in the UK. They produce seasonal crops all year round which they sell in their beautiful Hop Shop.

Well worth a visit at any time of the year, but particularly gorgeous in lavender season (Jun-Jul) and in September when you can pick your own apples.


Eagle Heights

Eagle Heights, just outside the neighbouring village of Eynsford, is one of the UK’s largest birds of prey centres, but they also have a eclectic mix of other animals including meerkats, storks and a husky rescue centre.

Their bird flying displays are incredible, and they also offer alpaca trekking!


Lullingstone Roman Villa

Just outside the neighbouring village of Eynsford in Kent, which is well worth a visit in its own right, are the beautifully-preserved remnants of a Roman villa dating back to the first century A.D.

An extremely interesting place to visit with a lovely gift shop.


©️ English Heritage Trust 2021

Lullingstone Castle & World Garden

A 5-minute walk from the Roman villa, this is a family estate which dates back to the Domesday Book. Boasting an impressive collection of some of the world’s rarest plants, the family hosts many interesting events throughout the year.



4 miles from Shoreham, the jewel in the crown of this lovely market town is Knole Park: 43 acres of unspoilt woodland with its own herd of wild deer surround the stunningly preserved 15th century Knole House.

Sevenoaks market is on Wednesdays and Saturdays, whilst the Stag theatre offers a wide range of films and live shows.

Brands Hatch Racing Circuit

Britain’s most-loved motor racing circuit, a 10 minute drive from Shoreham, hosts some of motorsport’s most prestigious events on two and four wheels.


Other attractions

Also nearby and well-worth a visit are Penshurst Place, Hever Castle (Anne Boleyn’s childhood home, pictured), Ightham Mote, Leeds Castle, Chartwell ( Churchill’s home) and many more. There are too many local attractions to mention!

Have a look here for inspiration: kentattractions.co.uk/attractions/

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Walking and Golf

Darenth Valley Golf Course

Located in Shoreham and set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, this is an 18 hole par 72 course, 6,200 yards in length. This course is suitable for all standards of golfer.

Enjoy a drink or meal on the terrace afterwards.


Lullingstone Park Golf Course

Situated in over 500 acres of stunning countryside, you can choose between a 9 or 18 hole course.

A great selection of food and drink awaits you at the Lodge at the 18th hole.


Walk the Darent Valley Path

Suitable for all the family, you can follow the River Darent from the banks of the Thames at Dartford, through the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to the Greensand Hills above Sevenoaks.


The North Downs Way

One of England’s most diverse and accessible trails, follow in the footsteps of the Pilgrims from Farnham to Canterbury.


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Extra Services

Occasion cakes

If your stay includes a special occasion, consider ordering a cake to be delivered! This local business does amazing cakes, cupcakes and biscuits.

Order 2 weeks in advance.


Massage (Lodge only)

Why not take your relaxing stay to the next level with a massage? Louie will set up her table in the living room of the Lodge and give you a blissful massage. 

Louie Matthews: 07967 445268

Private Catering

Let local chef Emma Daniells from Emma’s Table deliver delicious home-cooked food straight to your door for a special treat! Emma caters everything from 3-course meals to afternoon teas.


07863 139134

Yoga classes

Local yoga specialist Lucy offers an inspiring range of yoga styles at her studio in Shoreham village. Join a group class or book a private class. Lucy can also offer outdoor classes.


07970 633053

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