Born bred and educated in Bromley, lived in Australia the past 40+ years. I'm wondering if my childhood memories will be shattered.
I'm returning for a biennial visit focusing on places north but deciding on spending a couple of days in Kent before ending up staying with a Cotswolds based cousin. I really want to visit Eynsford but wonder if I would be disappointed actually staying there. I'm considering Tabsfield for 2 nights.
Eynsford fits nicely with easy M20/M25 to shoot across to Gloucestershire. It also fits well with wanting to visit places such as Sissinghurst, Tun Wells, Chartwell, Hever, Knole, perhaps Leeds and Scotney (we are NT members so can take advantage). I've taken my Australian husband to all points north south, east, west in England (well almost), but we haven't really 'seen' anything of Kent.
Is Eynsford still the quaint village with the humpy back bridge (I know that's still there) where the ducks can be fed in water that has a tendency to flooding?
What else is in the village, like pubs, cafes other places to eat?
Should I rethink and perhaps consider another village to base ourselves for the 2 nights? We do like quiet, peaceful and out of the mainstream.