The pretty villages of Limpsfield Chart and Crockham Hill (just over the Kent Border) offer a rural idyll on the doorstep of great swathes of National Trust woodland.
Connected by an old Roman road, Limpsfield Chart and Crockham Hill lie in between Oxted and Edenbridge. Limpsfield Chart looks out over the Weald towards the South Downs, while Crockham Hill is on the slopes of the Eden Valley. Both small, rural communities they sit either side of the Kent border, with Crockham Hill being in the Sevenoaks district and Limpsfield Chart in Tandridge. Each has a popular pub forming the heart of these two tight-knit communities.
Owned by Westerham Brewery and serving their delicious range of ales, this pub is considered by many to be the hub of the Limpsfield Chart community. Frequently the meeting place at the start of a good walk amongst the local National Trust woods, and often the finishing point too, the pub has a lively atmosphere and well supported by its locals and outsiders alike. Boasting a popular restaurant and a lovely beer garden for the warmer months, make an excuse to visit this place. Jason has been spotted there on more than one occasion.
12 Tally Rd
Within buildings dated back 500 years or so, the Royal Oak, also part of the Westerham brewery chain, serves home cooked food in a warm and cosy atmosphere. Understandably therefore that it is much favoured by the locals.
Main Road Crockham Hill