A 500-acre regeneratively managed historic estate, just an hour from London. Our focus is on organic farming and regenerative land management whilst supporting people to live happy, fulfilling, and sustainable lives. We offer educational programmes for school children and young people, holiday stays, group retreat accommodation, marked trails to explore the estate and farm, and a programme of public events.

Visit Bore Place

Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near Sevenoaks in Kent, Bore Place offers well-established programmes in education, as well as an organically managed estate open for stays, day visits, walks, events and retreats. Open all year round with free parking available. 

Wildlife and Nature

We have an abundance of wildlife and nature living at Bore Place. We are committed to finding ways to improve biodiversity including surveying species to improve our understanding of how we can farm and manage our estate regeneratively.

Stay at Bore Place

Feel the benefits of getting away from it all and immerse yourself in the Bore Place estate. We offer accommodation for small groups as well as groups as large as 60. At our core is a commitment to sustainability – our water is recycled; we generate over 50% of our own energy and our estate is managed to encourage wildlife.

The Estate

500 acres of unspoilt countryside, less than an hour from London. Find out more about our organic dairy farm, our ancient woodlands as well as some of the partners we work with on-site We have a long-term vision to regenerate our estate and restore biodiversity and are committed to providing a place where people and nature can work together.



We believe in a world where people and nature work together to regenerate the planet and ourselves. We offer programmes for young people, volunteering opportunities as well as a proactive commitment to ensuring that our 500-acre estate is managed to promote biodiversity. 


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