Cottages in the Weald of Kent
The name ‘weald’ is Old English in origin and signifies woodland, but today the name refers to an area of villages & towns rich in history, culture and picturesque countryside. A perfect destination for visitors who want to experience the real English countryside at its best. Why not also browse our cottages in Tenterden? Settled in the High Weald, Tenterden itself has much to offer including a steam railway meandering along the valley to Bodiam Castle and a wonderful selection of vineyards and apple orchards ideal for a visit or a tasting. Or alternatively, have a look through our cottages in Sevenoaks. Gorgeous stately homes, irresistible gardens, Roman remains and a picturesque landscape, including the rippling hills of the High Weald and the rolling North Downs, make Sevenoaks in Kent a destination you can't afford to miss.