Shoreham Village

Stroll out of your front door, down the drive and along the footpath into Shoreham.

Cross the road into Mill Lane, where you will see some of the village’s many charming houses. From here, follow the scenic path along the banks of the River Darent which flows through the village.

Alternatively follow the footpath right, along the ridge above the village and past the Cross, cut as a memorial to the casualties of the First World War, before walking down into the centre of Shoreham alongside the Aircraft Museum.

As you discover more of Shoreham, you will soon come across the Medieval church of St Peter and Paul, three popular pubs, an award-winning vineyard (with restaurant and tasting room), a cafe and a well stocked village shop.

On weekends and bank holidays the aircraft museum, with its own tearoom and gardens, is a fascinating treat for the Battle of Britain enthusiast.


The Mount Vineyard – dine in the courtyard bar and restaurant, sample award-winning still and sparkling wines in the tasting room, visit the Ten Acres shop and coffee box

Shoreham Aircraft Museum – commemorating the Battle of Britain and the air war over Britain during World War Two

The Darenth Golf Course – picturesque 18 hole par 72 course and event venue

The Samuel Palmer –

The Crown –

War Memorial, Shoreham from the river bank
The River Darent flowing beside the road and under the bridge at the village of Shoreham. Kent. England
The front entrance of thee Samuel Palmer Pub, Shoreham