The festival formerly known as LeeFest, began in 2006 when the organiser and founder Lee Denny's parents went away on holiday and he held the first event in their back garden.
It has been an annual event ever since and now goes by the name of Neverworld. Many that have attended it have considered it to be like Glastonbury or like some kind of unpretentious party.
There are camping options for this event.
|Cranston House||5.3 ml||£52.00||Book|
|Days Inn Sevenoaks||5.7 ml||£45.00||Book|
|Felbridge Hotel and Spa||5.8 ml||£83.00||Book|
|Brambletye Hotel||6.4 ml||£60.00||Book|
|Chequers Inn Hotel||6.5 ml||£55.00||Book|
|The Royal Oak Hotel||7.5 ml||£95.00||Book|
|The Curious Pig in the Parlour||7.9 ml||£75.00||Book|
|The Old House||8.1 ml||£75.00||Book|
|Innkeeper s Lodge Tunbridge Wells Southborough||8.2 ml||£72.00||Book|
|Ashdown Park||8.3 ml||£163.00||Book|
|Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa||8.3 ml||£145.00||Book|
|The Spa Hotel||8.7 ml||£75.00||Book|
|Travelodge Tunbridge Wells||8.9 ml||£52.00||Book|
|Royal Wells Hotel||9.1 ml||£82.50||Book|
John Darlings Farm, near Edenbridge, TN85NP