Tenterden is a small town of 7,000 situated in the heart of Kent. It has become very popular with tourists and has a large variety of shops, from fashion clothing to the usual tourist fare.
Tenterden is relatively small, with most of the attractions within walking distance from the centre.
- Biddenden vineyards for local wine and cider (very good and strong!)
- Kent & East Sussex Railway Operates between Tenterden and Bodiam in East Sussex, passing through some very attractive countryside in the process. A one day adult unlimited ticket costs £11. Bodiam Castle is at the end of the line. A trip on the train and a visit to the castle make a good day out. There is a pub at the entrance to the castle which provides good food, as well as the castles gift shop and tea room.
- Locally produced Biddenden Cider is very good. There are also some local wines.
There is no shortage of good pubs or restaurants.
- Best Western London Beach Hotel
This page was last edited at 01:32, on 2 June 2008 by Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel. Based on work by Dave Stanley and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.