Sittingbourne is a town rich in history, it’s recently received a lengthy period of investment and regeneration. Holding Sittingbourne’s rural charm you’ll find Milton Creek Park
, a beautiful green space housing an oasis of wildlife, perfect for relation and exercise. Also Some of the surrounding countryside happens to be part of the North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Muswell Manor
is a Grade II listed Manor House and grounds dating back to 1540, just a 24 minute drive away. Muswell manor provides the perfect space for an event/function or a walk and a bite to eat on the weekends. It's an unlikely place to have such in important part in aviation history as first recorded flight/circular mile in Britain was made there by JTC Brabazon
in 1909. Also there’s the Swallows leisure center
, Sittingbourne Heritage Museum
or Avenue Theatre
provide great entertainment for rainy days. Check out The Forum Shopping Center
(just off the traditional high street), The Retail Park
, Princess Street Retail Park or wander through a street market on Fridays
and specialist artisan markets occasionaly on Saturdays.
The Empress of India
is the number one restaurant and Best rated Indian restaurant
in Sittingbourne. Also in the town centre there's Galata Mezze
. Just out of town The Three Tuns
a pub built in 1468 and has had an ale licence since 1974, now with an exceptional food menu the three Tuns provides a delicious weekend lunch in a beautiful pub garden. The Sun Inn
, a beautiful 16th Century Establishment and The Tudor Rose
is a popular pub and restaurant just outside of Sittingbourne in Borden. This establishment dates back to 1750 and is most famous for its kitchen and carvery.
provides a great rest during your time in Sittingbourne, almost in the heart of the town while the Premier Inn
is situated just off the M2. Hempstead House; country house hotel and spa
is perfect for a romantic or relaxing getaway.