From the station, the village of Eynsford is a ten-minute walk along the fairly busy A225. However the town itself is somewhat charming, offering visitors a wealth of choices from cafes and pubs, to a florist, sweet shop, butchers and village shop. The area near the river bank and the mediaeval hump-backed bridge (complete with niches in which to tuck yourself when cars approach), is a truly beautiful spot to while away a few hours on a long summer’s day.

The railway station also offers direct access to trails running up the hill to the east. These paths connect to the stunning open valley, hidden behind the hill, as well as many of the local attractions including Lullingstone Villa (a well-preserved Roman ruin), Lullingstone Castle and World Garden (Henry VIII visited here on a few occasions with his entourage, each time nearly bankrupting the family!). A bit further afield you will also find Eagle Heights, a bird sanctuary with all sorts of activities to enjoy.

Lullingstone World Garden

Pick your own at Castle Farm

The gardens at Lullingstone Castle

Eynsford was also home to a number of notable artists, inventors and musicians.

Graham Sutherland

Henry Stockley

Percy Pilcher

Arthur Mee