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Rochester cathedral solid wood worktops. Rochester castle solid wood worktops. Full stave sapele solid wood worktops are a popular choice in Rochester.

The picturesque town of Rochester was favoured by Charles Dickens for a number of years as the setting for many of his novels. The area is also home to The King's School, a historic establishment founded in 604AD, which is acknowledged as being the second oldest continually running school in the world. A town steeped in history with an array of first-rate heritage sites, Rochester also has a castle which stands on the east bank of the River Medway, which sports one of the best-preserved stone towers in the country, an eye-catching feature constructed in the 12th century.

Conveniently situated near the meeting of the Thames and the Medway, Rochester has always been a site of military importance, with the town strategically encircled by two rings of fortresses, with the inner ring being constructed during Napoleon's reign.

In addition to its waterway access, Rochester is much more easily reached by road via the A2 from the west, or the M2 from the east. There are also excellent rail links to London, and it's but a short distance to voyage to mainland Europe. Approximately an hour from our showrooms in Camden and in Redhill, customers in Rochester are well positioned to view our worktops up-close before making a purchase.

As part of a speedy 2Man delivery service, our drivers make frequent visits to Rochester, and are even able to offer next-day delivery on worktop orders placed before 12 noon! So, if you would like to place an order, don't hesitate to get in touch by telephoning us on 0345 22 22 644 or emailing If you would like to 'try before you buy', we even offer a handy worktop sample service, with free delivery; if you go on to purchase worktops from us, the cost of samples is redeemable on a one-for-one basis!

Order your worktops by 12 noon for next day delivery to Rochester.

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"Rochester Cathedral" by Prioryman is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0
"Rochester Castle" by chuck624 is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0