Sole Street

National Rail

Sole Street in Kent, England is full of peaceful charm and beauty. Rolling hills of lush green stretch away from the winding road which leads directly into the village centre. Famous for its choice of traditional picket fencing and picture-perfect cottages, this small village radiates a feeling of warm nostalgia and the presence of an age-old, close-knit community.

The area is known to locals for its selection of stunning sunsets, watching the sky turn pink and purple just as the sun dips below the horizon. Atop one of the area's rolling hills is the ancient Church of St Mary the Virgin, which sits perched looking out across the countryside. Its classic Gothic architecture and crumbling walls have been admired for centuries and it's easy to be taken aback by the sheer amount of history that dwells within it.

The local countryside also provides plenty of adventures, long walks in the fresh air taking in the vibrant flora and fauna of Sole Street. With bluebells dotting the grass come springtime and wild deer helping to keep the grass manicured, it's easy to see why the area is so beloved by all who encounter it. With rolling hills, traditional cottages, a calming atmosphere and picturesque views, Sole Street in Kent is a perfect place to visit for a memorable experience.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 52 mins to Victoria
  2. 55 mins to London Bridge


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