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  • Address: Tenterden, Kent, United Kingdom, England
First making a name for itself as a wool trading and shipbuilding center in the 13th century, the historic village of Tenterden is today best known as the starting point of the legendary Kent & East Sussex Railway, one of England’s best preserved steam heritage railways.

Don’t board your train right away though – take time to browse Tenterden’s many shops; admire the wood-beamed cottages and Victorian townhouses along the High Street; or take a detour to the nearby Chapel Down Winery, England’s leading wine producer, where you can tour the vineyards and sample the award-winning wines.

Practical Info

Tenterden is located in South East England, approximately 95 km from London. 

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