Taking Scenic Routes In Kent

18.10.2016 - General

Kent has a delightful mix of countryside and coastline literally on our doorstep, which means there are a variety of options when thinking about taking a romantic stroll with your loved one.

Depending on your preference, it’s always better to take the scenic route for these occasions as of course, this adds to the romance, and it is generally more pleasing to the eye.
Whether you are looking to walk along a beautiful Kentish beach, explore castle grounds, ramble through the countryside or wander through country house gardens – there will be something here for you.
Westgate Gardens, Canterbury
One of England’s oldest parks situated near the Westgate Towers in Canterbury alongside the River Stour – embellished throughout with blossoming flowers, beautifully landscaped gardens, ducks shuffling along the river bank and there are also boat rides available to take you along the river.
Kentish Coastline
There are so many great coastal walks it’s hard to narrow it down, but wrap up warm and go exploring! Head to Whitstable if you are looking for multi-coloured beach huts, boutique shops and fish and chips. Margate – for vibrant amusements, sandy beaches and Mr Whippy’s. Dover for the world famous, impressive, and definitely must-see white cliffs – walk from Dover to Folkestone harbour and visit the buzzing seafront or lighthouse. The Kentish coast offers charming seaside towns which always have something of interest to offer to everyone.
Chapel Down Vineyard, Tenterden
What could be more romantic than strolling through rows and rows of vineyard on a beautiful crisp Autumn day. Take a guided tour around the 22 acres of vineyards or even try one of the tasting experiences!
Quex Park, Birchington
If you don’t fancy rambling through the countryside, take a wander around the 7 acres of historic gardens and natural woodland at Quex Park. Enjoy the sunken fountain garden and the Walled Kitchen garden where many of the original features still remain.

There is so much to enjoy here in The Garden of England – and the best way to do that is to get out there and discover it!

For further information, please contact our Keat Farm team!

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