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Best things to do in Robertsbridge

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Castle
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“Historic castle accessible by river from Bodiam boating station or by steam train from Tenterden. ”
60 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
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“Home of Rudyard Kipling. Plenty of memorabilia connected withThe Jungle Book. Beautiful house. Lovely landscape.”
22 locals recommend
Route
“The Kent & East Sussex Railway is the country's finest example of a rural light railway. The line gently wends its way from Tenterden - "The Jewel of The Weald" for ten and a half miles, through the unspoilt countryside of the Rother Valley, to terminate in the shadow of the magnificent National Trust castle at Bodiam”
4 locals recommend
Bar
“The George T;01580 880315 John and Jane always make their guests feel special. Live music 1st Friday of each month 9 pm in the bar.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Food
“I discovered this place on the way to a wedding. They have a little restaurant in the farm shop, and fabulous farm shop produce.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
4 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Stonegate station is closest, but Wadhurst station has more trains stopping. It only takes around 55 minutes to London- Charing Cross. ”
2 locals recommend
Premise
“Great local pub for al fresco dining overlooking Bodiam Castle during the summer months and delicious winter warmer fodder over the chillier months”
4 locals recommend
Vineyard
“Organic Vineyard for ecological British grown wine. Stop by at the shop or book a lunch or wine tasting.”
3 locals recommend
Bar
“Lovely honest food , pleasant garden, local ingredients. Very friendly service”
3 locals recommend
Route
“Batemans (now owned by The National Trust) is a Jacobean house, home of Jungle Book author Rudyard Kipling. Explore the estate, including water mill and attend events throughout the year”
2 locals recommend
Premise
2 locals recommend
Pub
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“A traditional , country pub( Free House) set in the quaint village of Ewehurst Green. They serve good food & real ales, sourcing local, seasonal produce. There is a large Garden. Booking is recommended. If you have time pop over the road to see the 11th century St James Church.”
3 locals recommend
Indian Restaurant
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“Absolutely great food, amazing value. Gut busting portions and friendly staff. Make sure you book in advance!”
2 locals recommend
Premise
“Rudyard Kiplings former home and now ownned by the National Trust. Beautiful house and gardens and good cafe”
1 local recommends