East Croydon Railway Station

East Croydon Railway Station is a train and tram station in the centre of East Croydon, roughly 10 miles from London Bridge. It was built in 1841, and since then the population of Croydon has swelled dramatically. Due to this, there have been several enlargement and refurbishment projects to accommodate the increasing number of passengers.

See more of Sevenoaks

The Sevenoaks district of Kent is known for its impressive, stately homes and a beautiful surrounding landscape, including the breathtaking slopes of High Weald, making it one of the many tucked-away gems that Kent has to offer. There are must-sees dotted all over Sevenoaks, including Winston Churchill’s family home, Quebec House, Emmetts Garden and Penshurst Place - the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. If you’re looking for a way to explore all the best quintessential elements of England in a small space, Sevenoaks is the place to go.

Get to know Knole

Knole is one of the most prolific and complete historical houses in the UK, as well as the site of the last remaining deer park in Kent. A one-time property of the Tudor dynasty and home to medieval archbishops, the ancient walls are alive with intriguing stories, as are its galleries and collections of artefacts. Maintained by the National Trust, Knole is the perfect place for a relaxing and fascinating day out.

Planning a trip to East Croydon Railway Station? Travelodge Croydon Central Hotel is less than 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge London South Croydon Hotel can be reached in quarter of an hour.