Leisurely Walks

If you love nothing more than grabbing your walking boots and embracing the elements then Hever is a great place to visit and an easy route to wellbeing.

There are several routes that walkers can take at Hever Castle & Gardens, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn.

Walks To Remember

Whether you are looking for a day out to escape it all or want to stay and experience the beauty of the gardens outside of visitors hours, Hever Castle offers something special for those that want to experience time in nature.

Walkers looking for a short, brisk stroll can find wonderful vistas throughout the Italian Garden which showcases antiquities in stone and marble, shaded grottoes and a magnificent fountain.

For a 45 minute – 1 hour or 6,000 step stroll, Lake Walk offers views back towards the Loggia and Castle through architecturally stark oak trees, larch and pines that hug the waterside.

Woodland Walk is another great route. This area is particularly stunning in late April/early May when the Bluebells are resplendent or in March/April for the rare ‘double daffodils’ that are growing in the wild.

Enjoy Sunday Walk and Church Gill Walk that follow the course of a stream through peaceful woodland or Anne Boleyn’s Walk, with its impressive collection of trees planted more than 100 years ago.


With so much to fit in there is the option to enjoy an overnight stay or short break in Hever Castle’s luxury accommodation. You can even explore local walks to places like Chiddingstone and Edenbridge and further afield.

Bed & Breakfast

The Bed & Breakfast incorporates 27 five star gold bedroom located in an Edwardian Wing.

Holiday cottage

Holiday Cottage

The Holiday Cottage, Medley Court, can accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 bedrooms.