If you have a… Half Day in Westerham
A tall order – but we’ll do our best to ensure that you can capture the essence of Westerham…
St Mary’s Church a 12th century foundation, and the house next door in which John Frith, who worked with William Tyndale on the English translation of the Bible, was born.
Quebec House the childhood home of General James Wolfe and who is commemorated by a statue on the Green. You’ll have time to visit the house and exhibition in the coach house before continuing your walk as far as the gates of Squerryes House home of the Warde family since the early 18th century.
As you complete your walk, relax over a cup of tea, a drink, a bite to eat in one of the many cafes and restaurants clustered round the Green.
From fashion to furniture, gifts to gardens, chocolates to cooking, antiques to alcohol – and so much more, you’ll find it in Westerham. And when you go home, you’ll take with you both the memory of the warm welcome and helpful service given by our shop owners, but also a unique purchase, not easily found elsewhere.
And the really good news is that you’ll still have time for that drink or meal. You’ll find French, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Pakistani cuisine on offer as well as traditional English pub fare, tea and coffee shops, and pavement cafes where you can sit, sip and watch the world go by.
Not had your fill yet? There’s plenty more to see and do if you have a whole day to spend…