From a little gap at the back of the woods, you can access miles and miles of beautiful footpaths. Kent’s Garden of England lives up to its name with a varied environment of wildflower meadows, fruit orchards, chalk cliffs and woodlands. Pack a picnic and take off on one of our suggested road free walks.

The walk to the nearby Pepperbox Inn Pub is our most popular walk, and offers fabulous food in a really beautiful setting. The walk takes you through some traditional cobnut plantations and offers stunning views of the Weald of Kent. The walk to the Kings Head in Grafty green is a touch more taxing and offers refreshments and a pub garden to cool down those thirsty kids, making a great afternoon hike worthwhile.

Then there’s the gorgeous walk to Boughton Malherbe church with its pretty grounds where Cream teas are served ‘old style’ in the churchyard in summer, and lambs bounce around across the fields in Spring.

Longer walks can take you as far as you like as the Greensand Way comes past us all the way from Surrey, taking in some of the most beautiful unspoilt scenery of the South.

For Pilgrims and hikers alike, get yourself down to the valley in Harrietsham and up onto the North Downs – Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – where the Pilgrims Way stretches from the West country all the way to Canterbury!

Just ask us and we’ll send you links to digital walks that we have checked out for you.