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Welcome to The Bakery Restaurant with Rooms

Address: Westmore Green, Tatsfield, Oxted, TN16 2AG

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Situated in the centre of Tatsfield, just outside the historic market town of Westerham, The Bakery Restaurant with Rooms is a 10-minute drive of London Biggin Hill Airport and offers free Wi-Fi and a bar. The individually designed rooms at The Bakery feature en suite shower room with underfloor heating and a hairdryer. The rooms are soundproofed and also benefit from Egyptian cotton sheets and a flat-screen TV. The Bakery Restaurant serves modern British and European cuisine, and the vibrant bar offers a wine menu and a selection of light brasserie-style meals. The picturesque village of Tatsfield is within easy reach of various historical attractions. Squerries Court and Down House are within a 15-minute drive of The Bakery, and Hever Castle and Gardens is 10 miles away. The M25 motorway is 3 miles from the property, which offers free private parking.

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Excellent In Every Way
Stayed at The Bakery recently whilst travelling on business. All I can say is that it was excellent in every way from the welcome I received, to the professional and attentive service throughout my stay, the first class room, and the well cooked and presented breakfast in the morning. If I had stayed in a 5 star hotel I can honestly say it wouldn't have been any better.

Adrian - 8th May, 2013
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Down House - London - Country Home

Down House - London - Country Home

Distance 2.7 miles (4.32 km)
Down House was the home of Charles Darwin and his family. It was at Down House that Darwin worked on the scientific theories that culminated in the publication, in 1859, of On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection the book that both scandalised and revolutionised the Victorian world. The house, built in the late 18th century, remains much as it was when Darwin lived here. The rooms on the ground floor have been furnished to reflect the domestic life of the family, while the study holds his writing desk, chair and numerous objects connected with his work. The first floor offers an interactive exhibition on his life, his research and his discoveries.