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Titsey Place 2¼ miles

Titsey Place is a historic manor house with a fine collection of family portraits. From the gardens there are views across the Darent Valley. Walled kitchen garden, formal rose gardens and lakes. Woodland walks. Tearoom.
Open Jun-Sep, WS 1330-1700 (also Sun & BH Gardens only).

Oxted map

Quebec House NT by bus

The childhood home of General James Wolfe. Exhibition on General Wolfe's victory at Quebec. Small garden. Tearoom.
Open Mar-Oct, SSu 1100-1600, WThF booked guided tours.
Bus 594/5 and 236 from Oxted Station Road East. 594/5 M-S hourly, 19 minutes journey to Westerham Kings Arms. 236 M-F only, every 2-3 hours, 13 minutes journey to Westerham Green. Operated by Metrobus. Buses to Westerham also operate from Bromley, Hayes and Sevenoaks.

Chartwell NT by bus then ½ mile

The home of Sir Winston Churchill. The rooms and gardens remain much as they were when he lived there. Many of his paintings can be seen in the garden studio.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1000-1700, House 1100-1600 by timed ticket.
Bus 236 from Oxted Station Road East to Mapleton Road, then ½ mile walk to Chartwell. M-F only, every 2-3 hours, 17 minutes journey. Operated by Metrobus. Buses also operate from Bromley, Hayes and Sevenoaks.
Take care walking along Mapleton Road to Chartwell as there is no path and the narrow road can be busy at times. Walking 2 miles from Westerham is longer but safer.
A special page shows the best routes London to Chartwell.

Westerham and Chartwell map

Emmetts Garden NT by bus then 3 mile walk

A charming garden with many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from around the world. Rose and rock gardens. Panoramic views. Spectacular bluebells from late April to early May. Café.
Open Mar-Oct 1000-1700. Nov-Feb, see website.
Bus to Westerham (see Quebec House above) then walk 3 miles. Some footpaths may be muddy after wet weather. Upon arrival follow signs through the Garden to the Visitor Reception and car park.

Westerham and Emmetts map