Cobham Hall is located in the county of Kent, which is known as "The Garden of England" because of its abundance of orchards, with everything from apples and oranges to cherries grown here – perfect for a ‘Kentish fruit salad’. It also recently played a starring role in the 2008 film ‘Wild Child’. In addition to being home to Cobham Hall, Kent has a number of royal connections and is the location of the beautiful Leeds Castle and Hever Castle, childhood home of Anne Boleyn, one of King Henry VIII’s 6 wives.
Cobham Hall is a historic Tudor mansion which dates back to 1584. The school is set in 150 acres of parkland and boasts beautiful landscaped gardens.
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Enjoy a range of activities at Cobham Hall including arts and crafts, tennis, badminton, basketball, football, hockey, swimming and volleyball.
Popular study tour destinations from Cobham Hall include:
See the sights including the London Eye on a river cruise and go to the world-class National Gallery.
In this famous seaside town, visit Brighton Pier and The Royal Pavilion – a former royal residence.
On the outskirts of London, Greenwich offers great views of the city. Visit the Maritime Museum and the Royal Observatory, home to the Meridian line and the global reference for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Discover the historic city by foot, visit the famous King’s College, one of the University of Cambridge’s 31 colleges, and try punting on the River Cam.