Coolings have two sites in and around Knockholt – we are at The Gardeners Garden Centre, Rushmore Hill, Knockholt, TN14 7NN (not the Green and Pleasant site in Knockholt). Coming from the M25, exit at J4 A21 to Bromley. At the second roundabout along the A21, turn left into Pratt’s Bottom (yes!). This road is called Rushmore Hill. Go through the village and up a wooded hill. After a “logs for sale” sign on the left, you will see a black and white national speed limit sign hiding on the right hand side of the road, Coolings entrance is about 30 yards after this on the left.
There is ample free parking.
Delightful French pastries, tarts, macaroons & cakes. These are all handmade using the best ingredients and traditional French methods by Le Cordon Bleu trained Pastry Chef Dulce. For enquiries, kindly get in touch and we look forward to hearing from you!
Quality beef, pork and lamb raised on our own farm. Our sausages are our speciality, we make traditional plus our own varieties. In addition, Annabelle makes pies and quichesMarkets: * KFMA Wholesale hub, Knockholt , Penshurst, Shipbourne, Tunbridge Wells (Town Hall)
The award winning Sevenoaks Candles are made by hand in our Kent home. They are made using eco soya wax and are infused with gorgeous fragrances to fill your room with a luxurious scent. We even add colour to match the fragrance and feel of each candle!
Delicious jams, chutneys and preserves made from home grown or locally sourced produce, plus summer berries sold direct from Sue's stall.
Markets: Canterbury :-Westgate Hall, Elham Food and Craft Festival, Knockholt , Penshurst, Rolvenden, Sissinghurst, Tonbridge
Traditional fresh bread, rolls, spelt loaves and sourdough bread. Don't miss the Parmesan and Tomato Loaf too! All products are made fresh, by hand, using traditional methods and organic flour from Doves. Cakes include the most delicious ever brownies. scones and pastries. Cyrnel is an Old English word for seed, pronounced "kernel"; the bakery has been established since 1974.Market: Knockholt
Jams and preserves, game pies, free range (and large) chickens plus all sorts of seasonal game birds.
Our speciality for Christmas is a 'Bird, in a Bird, in a Bird !'
Kentish cobnuts, almonds, chestnuts and walnuts sold fresh or as fudges and brittles; in marmalades, chutneys and conserves, or in biscuits.Markets: Ashford, Aylesford, Elham Food and Craft Festival, Knockholt , Offham, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells (Town Hall), West Malling