Edenbridge is located in Kent, UK, and despite being so close to London and the M25, it maintains an oldy worldy feel about it because of its mediaeval timber houses. The name comes from the river Eden, the town appears to have grown up along the former Roman road.
The church dates to the 13th-century and is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul. The Grade II*-listed building has a set of windows by Sir Edward Burne-Jones in the east wall.
Motorhome parking is available in the centre of the town near the church.