It’s all about location and The Bromley Court Hotel has got it all.

Our hotel is just a 16 minute train ride from the sights and sounds of London, within a half hour drive from two of the world’s biggest music and sports venues, and we have the beautiful gardens and historic palaces of Kent on our doorstep.

Below are some of the most popular attractions, but if you want more, visit:

See the Visit Kent Website

See the Visit London Website

If you are using a SatNav or route planner to find locations, The Bromley Court postcode is BR1 4JD.

Our reception staff will also be happy to book a taxi for you to your favoured venue. Dial 0 for reception from your room phone.


There is plenty to do near The Bromley Court Hotel


Our Doorstep

Take a stroll around our beautiful 2 acre gardens with seasonal colour all year round. The large clay urns were part of the original Italianate gardens created in the early 1800s. Stop to admire the planting along the walkway under the ornate metal arches and you will be standing in the same spot as Canadian soldiers who leased the building during World War One.  Walk along the terrace and tread in the footsteps of World War Two fighter pilots. Got a plant query? Our head gardener, Gary Marr, is happy to answer your questions.

Make the most of the sunshine and dine al fresco. Enjoy afternoon tealunchessnacks or cocktails on our terrace.


Walking Distance

If you want to leave the car behind, you can pop into Bromley Town Centre that offers an array of shopping and leisure activities for you to enjoy.

Walking at a medium pace you can reach the Churchill Theatre within 25 minutes (1.2 miles). See what’s on here.
Walking at a medium pace you can reach The Glades shopping centre within 25-30 minutes (1.3 miles). Find out more here.
Walking at a medium pace you can reach Bromley South Railway Station within 30 minutes (1.5miles). View the destinations here.


Driving Distance

With the bustle of central London and the beauty of rural Kent within easy reach of The Bromley Court Hotel, why not take the time to go further afield?

intu Bromley Shopping Centre BR1 1DN. Visit the website here.

Chislehurst Caves BR7 5NL – The caves at Chislehurst are a labyrinth of man-made tunnels forming a maze covering over six hectares, thirty metres below the woodlands above.

Norman Park Hayes Lane BR2 9EF. Children’s play area, sports facilities and parking. Every Saturday at 9am is the Bromley Park 5K Run. Visit the website here.

Crofton Roman Villa BR6 8AF – the only Roman villa open to the public in Greater London. It was inhabited from about AD 140 to 400 and was the centre of a large farming estate. Today you can see the remains of 10 rooms protected inside a public viewing building. Remains include tiled (tessellated) floors and the under-floor heating system (hypocaust).

Eltham Palace and Gardens SE9 5QE – Eltham Palace is part showpiece of Art Deco design and 1930s cutting-edge technology, and part medieval royal palace. Visit the website here.

Crystal Palace National Sports Centre SE19 2BB. Visit the website here.

Down House, Home of Charles Darwin BR6 7JT – The family home of world-renowned scientist Charles Darwin. Stand in the study where Darwin wrote ‘On the Origin of Species’, stroll through the gardens that inspired him, and peek into his private life. Visit the website here.

The O2 SE10 0DX – south east London’s internationally renowned, state of the art arena. Visit the website here.

The O2 Brixton Academy SW9 9SL – Grade II listed, award- winning concert venue hosting live music, club nights, comedy shows and more. Visit the website here.

Chartwell National Trust TN16 1PS – the family home and gardens of Sir Winston Churchill. Visit the website here.

Knole House National Trust TN15 0RP – a 17th century palace nestled in a medieval deer park. Visit the website here.

Ightham Mote National Trust TN15 0NT – a moated manor house built nearly 700 years ago, with gardens and woodland walks. Visit the website here.

Hever Castle TN8 7NG – Experience 700 years of history at the double-moated castle, once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Visit the website here.

Scotney Castle National Trust TN3 8JN – 770 acres of gardens to explore with a backdrop of a moated 14th century castle. Visit the website here.

Brogdale ME13 8XZ – home to the world’s largest collection of fruit trees. Visit the website here.

Shepheard Neame Brewery ME13 7AX – Britain’s oldest brewery where beer has been produced for over 850 years. Visit the website here.


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