Our Tudor isn’t mock...
We don’t need a BBC film crew to spruce up our scenery; a glimpse of Anne Boleyn’s idyllic childhood home Hever Castle on a misty morning is enough to make you lose your head. You can even book an overnight stay here (swoon!)
Set in magnificent gardens from the majestic formal Italian Garden and topiary, to the informal meanderings of the lakeside and Sunday Walk. The Water Maze on Sixteen Acre Island and the Yew Maze challenges both adults and children alike!
The warm and welcoming atmosphere of Hever Castle and Gardens will give you a day to remember.
If you would like to extend your stay at Hever, why not check into one of the luxury accommodation - the 5 star gold rated self-catering Medley Court or the 5 star Bed and Breakfast?
Discover more at www.hevercastle.co.uk
Getting to Hever Castle
◾By Road: Hever Castle is situated three miles South East of Edenbridge off the B2026 between Sevenoaks and East Grinstead in the village of Hever.
Situated 30 miles from London in West Kent, exit the M25 at junctions 5 or 6 and follow the brown tourist signs.
Also well signed from the Hildenborough exit of the A21. Satellite navigation users: Post Code TN8 7NG
◾By Rail: Trains run from London Victoria and London Bridge (via Oxted or East Croydon) to Edenbridge Town Station, and then take a taxi for three miles to the castle. Relyon Taxis are near the station, telephone 01732 863800, or call Edenbridge Cars on 01732 864009. We suggest that you book a taxi in advance.
Hever Station (next on line, unmanned and no taxis) is a one-mile rural walk to the castle.
There are no regular bus services to Hever Castle.
Eurostar terminal at Ashford is 1¾ hours drive by road or Ebbsfleet International 1 hr by road.