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Walks: pub walks
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Take in a tavern at the end of your stroll
As well as some fantastic scenery Kent boasts a great selection of pubs. Why not combine the two and end your walk with a nice cold beer and a sit-down.
SEE ALSO
Maidstone Walk
Tunbridge Wells walks

Pub walks
Rail and ramble
Coastal walk
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All these short walks start and finish at a village pub.

arrow.Kent pub list

Pub walks

arrow.Biddenden (The Red Lion):
2 miles
The walk is completely off-road and goes through countryside to the north and west of the large village church. The route is fairly flat throughout and starts at the Red Lion.

arrow.Chiddingstone (The Castle Inn):
Three circular walks taking in Hever Castle, Penshurst Place and Bough beach Reservoir - oh and of course the Castle Inn
Castle Inn website

arrow.Hamstreet:
by Guy Bartlett
A couple of walks that may be taken together, linking a variety of pubs and restaurants.

arrow.Sarre (The Crown):
2.75 miles
Sarre is between Canterbury and Ramsgate, and the walk starts at the The Crown pub and is on level ground.

arrow.St Margaret's at Cliffe (The Smugglers) :
3 miles
The walk takes in some great views of the English Channel and the port of Dover and starts at The Smugglers. It is only a short distance to the beach at St Margaret's Bay.

arrow.Upnor (The King's Arms):
2.5 miles
The walk has a steep ascent and descent, but offers views along the Medway. You can also see the restored Chatham Naval Dockyard on the opposite bank.

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