A Guide To Edenbridge

A Guide To Edenbridge

Edenbridge is a small village located off the B2026 in the Sevenoaks district of Kent. The village is surrounded by black and white timbered buildings and charming parks as well as being full of cobbled streets and hideaway cafes. The centre of the village accommodates a handful of petite shops with a Waitrose located on the outskirts. The village benefits from a local post office, primary school and various restaurants and coffee shops. It is served by two train stations: Edenbridge railway station that runs between Tonbridge and Reigate; and Edenbridge Town railway station that runs between Uckfield and London Bridge. Although Edenbridge is a small village, the scenery and history implemented throughout are enough to give any visitor an atmospheric stay.

Places to stay

Edenbridge offers a wide range of accommodation for visitors, from cottages and bed and breakfasts to camping and glamping sites, Edenbridge has it all. The Starborough Manor offers a luxury country house accommodation for all. The Manor accommodates for bed and breakfast stays and corporate events, the Manor situated in Edenbridge is the perfect place to reside when visiting. The Shoscombe bed and breakfast is located adjacent to accessible fields with riverside walks. All rooms available at this country B&B are equipped with free wifi, tea and coffee facilities and a television, as well as possessing spectacular views.


Edenbridge offers an array of charming shops situated in the village centre, giving visitors the freedom to browse without the hustle and bustle of a large, busy town. Small coffee shops and restaurants can be found around every corner, with endless options for food and drink, as well as local convenience stores. For more shopping options the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is close by and accessible via train. The town gives visitors the option for shopping in the likes of New Look, Boots and M&S just a train journey away from the village of Edenbridge.

Things to see

There are endless opportunities for days out around the village of Edenbridge, such as Penshurst Place and Gardens, Chiddingstone Castle, Hever Castle and Gardens, Lullingstone Castle and World Gardens, and Pooh Corner. Hever Castle dates back to the 13th century and was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn as well as forming the backdrop for events that changed the course of Britain’s history, monarchy and religion. The castle is filled with inspiring tapestries and panelled rooms.

Lullingstone Castle and World Gardens overlook a stunning 15-acre lake and have been home to the same family since 1497. Lullingstone is the perfect location for a stroll or dog walks, take in the scenery and the wildlife and unwind. Pooh Corner is a great day out for families. Situated in Hartfield, East Sussex, it is around fifteen minutes away from Edenbridge by car and is accessible via the B2026. Pooh Corner is home to Piglet's tearoom and Poohsticks bridge.


Easistore Edenbridge is located half a mile from the town centre. Offering easy access routes from the M25, our self storage facility is in close proximity to Edenbridge railway station and a 10 minute walk from the centre of the village.

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