Chart Gunpowder Mill is a Kent attraction featuring 18th century gunpowder mills which are the oldest of their kind in the world and produced powder that was used at the famous Battles of Trafalgar and Waterloo. A visit makes a fascinating and educational day out for all the family, so whether you're looking for an inexpensive place to stay or want to treat yourself to a stay at a luxury hotel, there's plenty of options to choose from.
Choosing a Hotel near Chart Gunpowder Mill
Hotels near Chart Gunpowder Mill range from economical B&Bs and inns all the way to extravagant hotels with spectacular garden settings. If you're looking for cheap and cheerful family accommodation you may want to look The Ferry House Inn and The White Horse Inn, which offer friendly service and comfortable rooms.
For couples wishing to spend some relaxing time together, there are lots of pleasant hotels near Chart Gunpowder Mill. The Old Vicarage and Peregrine House both offer peace and quiet and quiet elegance.
Other Attractions in the Area
There are many other interesting attractions worth visiting near Chart Gunpowder Mill, so the smart thing to do is to book a hotel within easy reach of several places of interest so you can pack as much in as possible. Kids will love feeding the birds at Stonebridge Pond, while Belmont House and Gardens makes a fantastic day out for lovers of history and architecture.
Cafés, Inns and Restaurants near Your Hotel
Although many of the hotels near Chart Gunpowder Mill offer food and drink, it's worth noting that there are some lovely places to eat out nearby. With a multitude of fertile farmland ideal for growing delicious fruit and veg, Kent has some of the best quality ingredients the UK has to offer, ready and waiting for you to enjoy.
Chart Gunpowder Mill is a superb place for visitors all year round, offering historical interest and educational value. History buffs in particular will enjoy seeing the site which produced the gunpowder for the famous battles of Trafalgar and Waterloo, which marked the final defeat of the French emperor and military commander Napoleon. Your visit to the area will be completed by a pleasant and memorable stay at a welcoming Kent hotel.