Friday, 20 April 2018

Knole becomes one of the Seven Wonders of the Weald




The Seven Wonders of the Weald is delighted to announce that National Trust property Knole in Sevenoaks has joined the other six tourist attractions which make up this successful tourism partnership.

Knole joins existing members Chiddingstone Castle, Scotney Castle, Hole Park, Kent & East Sussex Railway, Biddenden Vineyards and the Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Hannah Kay, General Manager at Knole said: 'We were delighted to have the opportunity to work with the Seven Wonders of the Weald to promote the West Kent region to a wider audience.'

Knole was approached to be a member for its fascinating history and amazing visitor experience that starts with the sweeping parkland with wild deer herd to the grand showrooms and world-class collection.

The partnership offers a fantastic value pass which allows one free visit to all the attractions for just £30. The pass can be used at any time in the 12 months after purchase and can be obtained from www.sevenwonders.org.uk or with a visit to the offices of our accommodation partner the Kent & Sussex Holiday Cottages who have offices in Cranbrook and Sandwich or from the Tourist Information Centre on the Pantiles in Tunbridge Wells, Chiddingstone Castle and Biddenden Vineyards.

The Seven Wonders of the Weald website also has details of events taking place at the attractions. Media enquiries to Caroline Edmunds at Pennington PR on 01892 616647.

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