Retrace pilgrims' footsteps in historical Wrotham
This charming village is at the foot of the North Downs, making it the perfect exploration point for anyone who wants to explore. It dates back to the 8th century and is seated on the Pilgrims' Way - a historical route taken by pilgrims between Winchester in Hampshire and Canterbury in Kent.
A wet adventure in the Kentish countryside
Adventurous adults and kids from 12-years-old can enjoy some open-water fun on a kayak or canoe tour from Kent Canoes, based in Wrotham. Enjoy a taster session, or if you're feeling a bit more daring, try a guided water tour on the river Medway, travelling from Tonbridge to Yalding. Bring some lunch and you can enjoy a picnic as you take in the beautiful landscapes that surround the river beds.
Explore Kent from pretty Wrotham
Sevenoaks is just 5 miles from Wrotham, and has lots of independent boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants to enjoy. Looking to explore a bit further? Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells and Canterbury are all within reach, as the M20 and M26 both run close to Wrotham village. Planning a trip to Wrotham? The Travelodge Maidstone Central hotel is less than a 20-minute drive away. Or only 10 miles away you'll find the Travelodge Dartford hotel while the Travelodge Chatham Maritime hotel is just a 30-minute drive away.