Sissinghurst, a small village in Kent, is best known for its public parks in Castle, surrounded by the Far East forests of the Tunbridge Wells region. For horticultural hobbies and horticultural groups, it is a force to be reckoned with in England. Located between the town of Cranbrook and the village of Frittenden, Sissinghurst makes Weldon a great stop for a tour of the countryside in Kent. It is located on the boundary of the striking natural beauty off A229 Hastings Road between Madston and Hawkhurst. Originally known as Milehouse, the name was changed to a family name for the former De Saxingherstaye at Sissinghurst Castle.
Although this is a small village, it has everything to appreciate in a village in an English country.
There is a church, a school, an independent local grocery store, a restaurant, a pub, a collection of white clapboard stalls, a striped one (as above), and a handful of shops to explore. Adjacent to the famous Sissinghurst Palace, you can have lunch or tea in this beautiful village. This is a National Trustee of the White House Control House and Trustee, published by Vita Sackville-West. It has a long history dating back to the 1500s and has made royalty very comfortable throughout its life. After nourishing the soul, nourish the body Milk House Pub or Granary Restaurant, contains many delicious local Kent and Sussex products. Alternatively, the public footpaths in this area also have beautiful rumble. There are interesting accommodations in the English countryside to maximize your fun.