Thanks so much for coming to see us in person. It really helps us make the most special film possible. We normally meet for a drink in Cafe Nero in Tenterden. Or at the Hub in Bodiam. However please feel free to choose another place in the area so you can make a day out of your visit. When we meet we normally take an hour so your have plenty of free time to enjoy the rest of your day.
Lets meet for that coffee...
- You can park in Waitrose (payable), or on the high street (1h or unlimited free on Sundays). There’s plenty of shops including Laura Ashley and an amazing hand crafted chocolate shop. When you get into Caffe Nero please pop upstairs to find us as that’s where the comfy seats are!
- If your National Trust members and enjoy the outside there’s a small place with views over the marsh outside Tenterden called Smallhythe place. Its the perfect place to unwind. (April – Oct)
- Parking at the HUB is free, this is a cozy recycled vintage type of place that has a log fire and is hidden in the countryside. You’re just minutes away (and a glance) from the famous ‘Bodiam Castle’ with its real moat. If you’re not a National Trust member then don’t fear you can still walk around it without paying.
- The opposite of countryside but just 30 minutes from central London on HS1 and no car needed to walk to the lost sheep. It is located amongst designer shops within the outlet. If your looking of an evening meeting this is open normally till 8pm Weekdays and Saturdays.
Make a day of it?
Well thanks once again for seeing us and if you want to make a day out of meeting us then why not try the following?
- Check out our nearest other town of Rye. It’s a medieval town with picturesque cobbled streets (used in feature films and TV a-lot, we can meet there too!)
- Visit the seaside town of Hastings and walk along the pier.
- Jump on the steam train between Tenterden & Bodiam
- Visit a National Trust,
- Smallhythe – Tenterden (Apr – Oct)
- Scotney Castle, Sissinghurst – Gardens
- Bodiam Castle – A moated castle
- Or Batemans = My Fav is which was home to Rudyard Kipling – aka the Jungle Book, and if you get a chance to watch before your visit try the real life war film ‘My Boy Jack’ with Daniel Radcliffe.
- Pop down to the beach at Camber Sands – it’s where your find me kitesurfing.
- Or for the shoppers you may want to try the McArther Glen Designer Outlet.
If you have a passion for anything else then do ask we have some great woods, zoos and wildlife reserves too so just drop me an email and we can see what we can recommend.