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We're here to help you find somewhere to just have a wander in the beautiful Kent countryside. Have a look below to find some great outdoor spaces across this fair county.
Oldbury Hill and Styants Wood is a fantastic forest walk found within the Kent Downs, another area of outstanding natural beauty. The adventurous can explore the 166 acres of woodland, but if you want to keep to the beaten track, there are circular trails too... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
The deserted landscape of Dungeness carries an eerie beauty, the likes of which you will struggle to find elsewhere in the UK. That’s because the landscape here, although a shingle beach, is classified as a desert.
Punctuated by two lighthouses, the beach ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Perhaps one of the most enchanting walks you can take in Kent are those in and around Hartfield. Both the High Weald Landscape Trail and the Forest Way pass through the town, as well as many local walks, making it a popular stop for ramblers.
Not only is t... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
Every wine we make at Gusbourne Estate tells our unique story. Care, craft and uncompromising attention to detail enable us to make the very best of what nature gives us.
Visit us in Appledore, Kent, to explore our vineyards and find out what makes this c... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
The Medway Valley walk is a linear route follows just over 28 miles along the banks of the River Medway.
All walkers are bound to enjoy the diversity of landscapes along the river.
These vary from the busy market towns of Tonbridge and Rochester through ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
The Hook & Hatchet Inn
At the Hook & Hatchet Inn we have a number of desirable amenities other than just our fabulous bar and dining area - paired with a wide selection of beers, ales, spirits and wines and also fantastic homemade pub food!
We are a ... (click the button below to read more)
Mote Park is one of the most popular parks in the county. With plenty of opportunity to dive off the beaten track and follow one of the winding paths and trails through the trees, the park bursts to life in Autumn.View Walk
Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS)
We’re your local air ambulance charity. We hope you never need us, but every year thousands of people do. And if you do, we’ll be there to fight for your life.
Our helicopters are flying emergency rooms. ... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Huckleberry Woods is a small, rustic farm devoted to micro and miniature animals.
- Visit our gorgeous micro-pigs, miniature donkeys, Teddy Bear sheep and alpacas
- Mingle with animals free ranging around their orchard home
- You can even arrange to ta... (click the button below to read more)
The Otford Kent Circular Walk is a full scale representation of the position of our planets - very interesting!
It was created by the village as a millennium project and adds another dimension to this beautiful walk.
Head high onto the North Downs for f... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
The Friars is the home to a small community of Carmelite Friars, who first came here in 1242. The Carmelites left at the dissolution of the monasteries in 1538. However, they were able to return in 1949. Today, The Friars is one of Kent’s hidden treasures and... (click the button below to read more)See Profile
Voted one of the top 10 woods for bluebells by the Woodland Trust, Hucking Estate is best enjoyed in spring as the magical carpet of flowers extends between the trees.
You and your dog can enjoy a beautiful circular stroll through the picturesque woodland ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk
This longer walk nestled in the North Downs is a real tour of the English countryside. Along this circuit walk, you can enjoy views of the open country, orchards and working farms as well as quaint villages that look like they’ve been plucked straight from a ... (click the button below to read more)View Walk