What's nearby?

We are a fantastic location central to so many amenities, some are listed below.

Hever Castle (Hever Rd, Hever)

Gabriel’s is just 3.6 miles away from Hever Castle where King Henry VIII courted Ann Bolyen. This castle is open to the public, has beautiful gardens, extensive children’s adventure play area, water maze, an open air theatre and has an extensive separate programme of events throughout the year. www.hevercastle.co.uk

Chiddingstone Castle (Chiddingstone )

Gabriel’s is just 5.8 miles away from Chiddingstone Castle, now a National Trust property, together with the idyllic village of the same name which has been the film set of many period productions. The Castle Inn at Chiddingstone supports the local brewery, Larkin’s of Chiddingstone. The Tulip Tree Tea shop offers excellent afternoon Teas. www.chiddingstonecastle.org.uk

Chartwell,

Home of Winston Churchill (North of Four Elms) was the home and Garden of Sir Winston Churchill, prime minister and leader throughout World War II. It is maintained by the National Trust and well worth a visit. Enjoy its stately gardens, lake view and house. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/chartwell

Emmetts Garden

(Toys Hill)is an interesting hillside garden with year round features. The beautiful gardens and house are maintained by the National Trust. Have a picnic on the lawns with their supplied deck chairs. Take your dog for picturesque walks along the designated foot paths through their amazing bluebell woods. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/emmetts-garden

Penshurst Place and Gardens [Penshurst Village]

The 14th Century Manor House and Garden are currently owned by Viscount De L’Isle and boast a wide range of events throughout the year. They have a cafe and childrens playground on site too.www.penshurstplace.com

British Wildlife Centre (South of Blindley Heath A22)

home to an extensive collection of native wildlife in Britain, over 40 different species www.britishwildlifecentre.co.uk

Quebec House (Westerham A25)

Childhood home of General James Wolfe, Victor of the Battle of Quebec (1759) www.nationaltrust.org.uk/quebec-house

Ardingly Activity Centre,

a site for windsurfing, sailing, paddle sports and more www.ardinglyactivitycentre.co.uk

Hammerwood Park (Holtye nr Cowden)

Built in 1792 by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, architect of the White House and US Capitol Building in Washington D.C. and many others www.hammerwoodpark.co.uk

Manic Monsters

is indoor soft play centre with restaurant facilities. Made up of two huge play frames, one for children 4 years and under and one for the over 5s there is plenty to amuse the kids. www.manicmonsters.co.uk

Godstone Farm

is a farm and play barn. Plenty of events on throughout the year. www.godstonefarm.co.uk

Delta Force Paintballing

www.paintballgames.co.uk/centre/kent-paintball

Public houses & restaurants within five miles

Variety of take away food shops

Supermarkets nearby

  • Waitrose, Edenbridge
  • Tesco, Edenbridge
  • Morrisons, Oxted
  • Iceland, East Grinstead
  • Sainsburys, East Grinstead