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Welcome to Kings Arms Hotel

Address: Market Square, Westerham, TN16 1AN

Hotel Description

By Car: We are between junctions 5 and 6 of the M25, on the A25. Westerham is clearly signposted from the motorway and A roads around. By Train: The nearest stations are Oxted and Sevenoaks.

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Down House - London - Country Home

Down House - London - Country Home

Distance 4.43 miles (7.08 km)
Down House was the home of Charles Darwin and his family. It was at Down House that Darwin worked on the scientific theories that culminated in the publication, in 1859, of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection the book that both scandalised and revolutionised the Victorian world. The house, built in the late 18th century, remains much as it was when Darwin lived here. The rooms on the ground floor have been furnished to reflect the domestic life of the family, while the study holds his writing desk, chair and numerous objects connected with his work. The first floor offers an interactive exhibition on his life, his research and his discoveries.

Hever Castle Golf Club -

Hever Castle Golf Club -

Distance 5.06 miles (8.1 km)
The setting alone is inspiration enough at Hever Castle's 250 acre 27 hole course and traditional Tudor style clubhouse, nestling among the hills straddling the counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. A subtle blend of Historic charm, excellent service and facilities to accommodate all occasions gives Hever Castle Golf Club the reputation as one of the finest Golf and Hospitality Venues. The Hever Castle Estate reveals a rich and fascinating past. The oldest parts of the Castle date from the 13th century and later in the 1500s it was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. It was here that one Henry VIII first courted the young Anne and started the Royal connection with its ownership, which included Henrys fourth wife Anne of Cleves. An important transition for the Castle occurred in 1903 when it was purchased by William Waldorf Astor one of the richest men in America at the time, who invested his time, money and imagination in restoring the Castle and building the incredible Italian gardens and the Tudor Village which is now known as the Astor Wing.