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Cheap Hotels in Westerham

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Roadchef Motorway Svc Area
1.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £38
(price for Sun, 05 Jan)
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Moorhouse (A25)
1 Mile from the centre
per night from £90
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The Old Manor House B & B Hotel

The Green
per night from £90
(price for Tue, 22 Oct)

The Bakery Restaurant with Rooms Hotel

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Westmore Green, Tatsfield
2.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £115
(price for Tue, 22 Oct)

Hotels in Westerham

Situated on the border between Kent, Greater London and Surrey, Westerham Hotels are surrounded by charming markets, historical buildings and some of Kent's finest countryside.

History

The town of Westerham features a number of interesting historical buildings and statues. The Church of St Mary the Virgin was originally built in the 13th century but was altered throughout the 14th, 15th and 19th centuries. Pitts Cottage is the 16th-century former residence of William Pitt. Winterton House is the former home of Countess Winterton during the early 19th century. Two of the most prominent statues in the town are the Statue of General Wolfe, built in 1911 to commemorate Major-General James Wolfe who was born in Westerham in 1727, and the Statue of Sir Winston Churchill, donated by the people of Yugoslavia.

Close to Westerham is Chartwell, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill until his death in 1965. Here you'll a number of informative exhibitions and a set of beautiful gardens to explore. The most famous building in the Sevenoaks area is Knole House, a large country house with a history reaching back to the 15th century. Located in the sole remaining deer park in Kent, Knole House has a history that encompasses everyone from Thomas More to Virginia Woolf and The Beatles. Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury, built the earliest parts of the house between 1456 and 1486 and the houses subsequently passed through the hands of Henry VIII, Thomas Sackville and Vita Sackville-West, lover of Virginia Woolf. The house was later used in the filming of the videos for The Beatles' Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever.

Shopping

Westerham has a wide range of independent boutique stores selling everything from vintage clothing to interior design. Judy French is one of the better-known boutiques in the town, offering a range of colourful outfits. The Interior Design Studios is the place to go for unique fabrics, furniture, mirrors and fine art. There are regular Farmers' Markets where you'll find delicious local produce including cheese, honey, fruit, olives and preserves. The town also features a variety of cosy pubs, restaurants and tearooms, including the Tudor Rose Restaurant – housed in a historical timber-framed building.

Countryside

Walking north of Westerham will take you to the North Downs Way footpath, which follows much of the Pilgrim's Way between London and Canterbury. There are plenty of shorter routes to follow in the area for walkers of all ages and levels of ability.

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