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Ashdown Forest

Ashdown Park is situated in the heart of the Ashdown Forest. It's a High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has national and international protection because of its wildlife. Nearly two-thirds of its 6500 acres (2500 hectares) are heathland, amounting to 2.5% of the UK's extent of this rare habitat.

Originally a deer hunting forest in Norman times, Ashdown Forest is now one of the largest free public access space in the South East. It is known the world over as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh.

CLICK HERE for more information via Ashdown Forest Tourism board. 

​Dunorlan Park

Situated in Tunbridge Wells, this park is Grade II listed and is the perfect place to set up a picnic with the family or take the dog for a walk.

For more information please CLICK HERE.

Image: David Hodgkinson

Borde Hill Garden

A beautiful Grade II* English Heritage listed garden and Elizabethan mansion house (open to pre-booked groups) set in 200 acres of parkland. The garden boasts rare shrubs and champion trees, herbaceous borders, a large lily pool and subtropical dells with palms and banana trees.

Enjoy tranquil garden 'rooms', an abundance of colour, woodland walks and events throughout the open season, including the 20th anniversary of the Sculpture Exhibition in 2019, Rose Celebration Weeks, Family Trails and Open Air Opera.

Open: 25 March - 3 November 2019, 10am-5pm daily.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 25 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE.

Bedgebury National Pinetum & Park

First mentioned in an Anglo-Saxon Charter and named after the earliest listed resident in the 1400s, Mr John de Bedgebury; Bedgebury began to be shaped into the 350 acre Pinetum we have today in the 19th Century.
Governing bodies including Forestry Commission and Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew have used the space to save specimens and home new tree species.

Recent climate change has increased the scientific importance of the collection and our team have gained an international reputation for their extensive knowledge of conifers and their propagation. The National Pinetum has recently signed memoranda of understanding with Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh to simplify the transfer of specimens and information.

Visiting from Ashdown Park: 45 minutes by car.
For more information please CLICK HERE.

National Trust

There are various National Trust properties near to Ashdown Park. Including the homes of Sir Winston Churchill, Raynard Kipling and Virgina Woolf.

Image: Wakehurst Place ©National Trust Images

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