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.
Neither Limpsfield Chart or Crockham Hill have railway stations. The closest stations are at Hurst Green and Oxted, both around 2 miles away. The fastest train leaves Oxted at 5.55am and arrives at London Bridge 33 minutes later at 6.28am, with no changes required. The service stops only at East Croydon at 6.09am.
The B269 passes through both Limpsfield Chart and Crockham Hill from where Oxted can be reached after 2 miles and 3.5 miles respectively.
Crockham Hill is connected to Oxted and Edenbridge by the 236 service. Limpsfield Chart is served by both the 410 and 594 routes with the service connecting Oxted and Westerham.