Attractions near Owlsbury Park

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
Groombridge Place Gardens and the Enchanted Forest (6 Miles)*
Welcome to Groombridge, a beautiful wealden valley with an incredible 700 year old history.
Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum (7 Miles)*
The renowned waterfowl collection was started by the late Gerald Askew in the 1960's and soon became the largest private collection in the UK.
Bluebell Railway (7 Miles)*
The Bluebell Railway was the first preserved standard gauge passenger line in the UK. In 1960 it reopened part of the Lewes to East Grinstead line of the old London Brighton and South Coast Railway.
Sheffield Park and Garden (7 Miles)*
Sheffield Park may be one National Trust property that cricket lovers will really want to visit. It was the site of the first England v. Australia cricket match in 1884.
Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery (8 Miles)*
Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery shares the special story of the borough of Tunbridge Wells.
Batemans (9 Miles)*
The homely sandstone house of Bateman's was the former home of Rudyard Kipling from 1902 to 1936. Literary fans will recognize the house which is mentioned in his autobiography.
Bayham Abbey (9 Miles)*
Come and enjoy this romantic Abbey ruin, set in the picturesque valley of the River Teise, in the heart of the Weald.
Standen (10 Miles)*
The Victorian family home of Standen is a celebration of all aspects of the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Saint Hill Manor (10 Miles)*
One of the finest Sussex sandstone buildings in England, Saint Hill Manor was built in 1792 by Gibbs Crawford.
Penshurst Place & Gardens (10 Miles)*
Penshurst Place is one of England's finest historic houses set in the Weald of Kent's peaceful rural landscape.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Owlsbury Park

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Hartfield (5 Miles)*
Speldhurst (8 Miles)*
Horsted Keynes (8 Miles)*
Royal Tunbridge Wells (8 Miles)*
Royal Tunbridge Wells remains one of the most elegant towns in the country, and was considered a rival to Bath when it was a fashionable spa from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Southborough (9 Miles)*
Chiddingstone (10 Miles)*
Chiddingstone is a beautiful Kentish village with a perfect row of Tudor houses. Their half-timbered gables, mullions and casement windows, picturesque red-tiled roofs and projecting upper storeys have provided a setting for many films.
Barcombe Mills Station (10 Miles)*
BR made extensive use of the route through Barcombe Mills Station for diversions from the Brighton line right up until closure, with the winter of 1968-69 being particularly busy.
East Grinstead (10 Miles)*
East Grinstead, on the edge of Ashdown Forest at the very east of the county and only 30 miles from London, has a High Street with the longest continuous run of 14th century timber-framed buildings in England.
Ardingly (11 Miles)*
The village of Ardingly, pronounced Arding-lye, is on the eastern edge of West Sussex. It is 33 miles south of London and 14 miles from the south coast resort of Brighton.
Edenbridge (12 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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