Welcome to our page of bed and breakfast in Cranbrook!
Cranbrook is sometimes called the Capital of the Kentish
Weald and is a peaceful small town of weatherboarded houses,
surrounded by orchards and farmland. The narrow medieval streets
are lined with pretty old houses, every one different from its
neighbour. There is a wide range of interesting shops, 6 churches,
several hotels, pubs and restaurants, an excellent town museum,
and the wonderful Union Mill, the tallest and finest working
smock mill in England (photo). A smock mill is one where only
the top part of the building (the cap) rotates to catch the wind.
Today it is still working and visitors can climb up to the platform
at the top and gain wonderful views of the town and surrounding
countryside. Three miles away are the world-famous Sissinghurst
Gardens, created by Vita Sackville-West and one of the most visited
gardens in England. Also see Cranbrook
& Cranbrook attractions.
If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation
you want on this page, you might consider self
catering accommodation in Cranbrook & Cranbrook