We'll be building up a list of places of interest local to The Beauty of Bath that registered users can rate. This will help visitors to the area find the best places to go and might even provide some inspiration for us locals too. If you want more information on any of these, why not pop in and see us - we might have some further literature, advice or even discount tickets for some of them.
Bredgar Light Railway
A narrow guage steam railway run by keen local volunteers. A good day our for steam enthusiasts.
Brogdale Horticultural Centre
Home of the National Fruit Collections. A huge variety of fruit. A good day out with plenty to see, also the best place to go to find unusual fruit trees - it's where we got our Beauty of Bath tree. They also host an annual Cider festival which is fantastic fun (from what I remember...).
England's most famous cathedral city and World Heritage site. Much more than just a Catheral, plenty of historic buildings, bars and restaurants.
Lovely castle set on two island. Huge grounds. They also host open air concerts throughout the summer.
The nine acres of gardens at Mount Ephraim Gardens have a wonderful atmosphere of peace and charm and are set at the heart of an 800 acre estate comprising the house and gardens, a progressive fruit farm and grazing. Also hosts an annual rock festival which often boasts a very impressive line up.
Oad Street Centre
Craft centre and Arts gallery. Plently to do and lots of interesting stalls to investigate.
Pawley Cider Farm
Traditional cider making. They will do tours for organised groups or just let you wander, buy and ask questions. Nice Cider.
Shepherd Neame Brewery
Britains oldest brewer, famous for Spitfire, Bishops Finger and our favourite - Masterbrew. Tour is well worth your time, but don't drive..
Sittingbourne and Kemsley light railway
A well preserved steam railway with plenty going on.
Sittingbourne Dog Track
If you fancy a punt...
Now playing in Ryman League Division One South.
Go and watch real football at your local club.
Now playing in English Clubs Championship Kent Leage One. A friendly local club for those who prefer their balls a funny shape.
A delightful and very popular old coastal town. Famous for oysters and seafood but also with a vibrant contemporary arts scene. The annual Oyster festival every July is particularly worth a visit.