Currently under restoration work. The tower once formed part of a grand house in the Romantic Gothic style built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Please refer to http://www.hadlowtower.com/ for latest developments.
A gentle walk around the lakes of Haysden and Barden with a stretch of the River Medway. Offers interesting nature and historical trails and fishing opportunities.
Has a reputation for being one of the finest quality pay and play golf centres in the South of England.
Hadlow Castle is a Grade I listed country house which replaced the manor house of Hadlow Court Lodge. It was built over several years from the late 1780s by Walter May in an ornate Gothic style.
Stood on the banks of the River Medway since the 14th century, with the house being one of the grandest and most perfectly preserved example of a fortified manor house in all of England and the gardens being 11 acres of walled garden which were laid out in the Elizabethian era.
One of the largest and finest Perpendicular churches in England built in the 14th Century.
One of the finest examples of motte and bailey castle in the UK, with a close proximity to Tonbridge Rowing Boats on the River Medway.
At the heart of Maidstone, situated along the River Medway, with 10km of easily accessible pathway. The park features a rose garden and a roofed amphitheatre.
A regional museum set within an Elizabethan manor house, containing special collections of medival, roman and saxon finds.
Combination of history and heritage over 500 acres, with a variety of activities to enjoy from golf balloon flights and Go Ape!