Temple Ewell is an historic village and civil parish in the county of Kent, England. The village is part of the Dover district of Kent, and is located three miles North West of the town of Dover.
Situated in the Dour valley, Temple Ewell is surrounded by nature reserves and conservation areas. The village has a parish church, a village hall and a primary school. It also has a local shop and post office, and an 18th Century public house.
Temple Ewell is served by Kearsney railway station, which is situated between the villages of Temple Ewell, Kearsney and River.
The 2001 census records a population of 1,696 for Temple Ewell.