Hever Holiday Cottages
Book a cottage holiday in Hever and look forward to a stay in Kent, also known as the Garden of England. The small appealing Kent village of Hever with its pretty parish church, a castle and historic, royal connections is well known despite its size.
About Self-Catering Holidays in Hever
Hever, meaning "high edge", has two attractions close to each other: St. Peter's Church, dating back to the 1300s, containing the tomb of Thomas Boleyn, father to Anne Boleyn, who as any history buff will know, was second wife to King Henry VIII. More Boleyn family history is on display at Hever Castle, as it was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Here, you can see tapestries, Tudor paintings, a Japanese teahouse and gardens and for families, an adventure playground, two mazes and a boating lake should entertain.
Attractions to Discover Close By on a Cottage Holiday in Hever
• Visit Chartwell, home to Sir Winston Churchill for many years, where you will find memorabilia of his career and personal life in addition to hillside gardens, lakes and woodland trails.
• Chiddingstone Castle dates back to the early 16th century but was rebuilt in a castle design in the 19th century. Its collections include Japanese, Jacobite and Egyptian artefacts.
• Penshurst Place & Gardens has a fine house and gardens plus an adventure playground, woodland trail, maze and toy museum.
• For excellent shopping, eating out and a chance to take the waters, head to the refined spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, just 10 miles away.
With its royal connections, some of Kent’s finest historical sites and a setting next to lush greenery, a self-catering holiday in or near to Hever has plenty to recommend it. Whether you stay in an English country cottage or a rural retreat, we hope you have the best of times on you holiday in or near Hever.
Book a Hever cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Kent on holiday.