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Looking for 48 hrs of wellbeing, food and drink and outdoor activities? We’ve got you covered. With dog friendly activities and a bias to younger children, there’s no reason why everyone can’t join in the fun.

  • 2 days
  • Ashford

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From Rural Peaks to Romney Retreats – 48hrs of Appetising Adventure

Looking for 48 hrs of wellbeing, food and drink and outdoor activities? We’ve got you covered. With dog friendly activities and a bias to younger children, there’s no reason why everyone can’t join in the fun.

The Rebel Farmer and an adult & child sitting at a picnic style bench, in a polytunnel. Food is on the table and planter pots surround them.
Day 1 AMFood & Drink

Become a Rebel Farmer

The Kent Downs AONB is perfect for fans of fabulous British produce to discover new experiences.  Tour a micro farm and learn how to grow organic fruit and veg all year round with a Chow Down at Rebel Farmer

This experience includes a freshly prepared, locally grown and sourced lunch to ensure your energy levels will be kept up! 

Become a Rebel Farmer
Two cyclists on path, with meadow and trees. Cycling away from camera on a sunny day.
Day 1 PMCycling

Cycling in Wye

After a morning being a rebel farmer, why not go for an Adventure Down in the charming village of Wye. This is a perfect spot from which to explore the local countryside. There are three cycle routes to choose from, depending on your mood and whether you want a leisurely ride, or an adrenalinefilled adventure.  

Cycling in Wye
Day 1 DinnerPlaces to Eat

Five Bells Inn – Dinner

Five Bells Inn (££) – a modern pub serving a great selection of local food and drink

Five Bells Inn
Outside Fig Cottage, with gravel and trees surrounding. Brick built barn, with wooden doors.
Day 1 Settle DownAccommodationPlaces to Stay

Fig Cottage

Settle down those weary heads at Fig Cottage, a luxury holiday cottage situated on the Brabourne Vineyard. It is the ideal rural retreat for both couples and small families.  Finished to a luxury standard, it allows guests to enjoy the tranquillity of the vineyard and the Kent Downs AONB.

Fig Cottage
Group of people walking through Samphire Hoe, with cliffs on the right.
Day 2 AMWildlife & Nature

Samphire Hoe – Become a Ranger

Learn something new with an Adventure Down and spend the day in the spectacular Samphire Hoe. You will help to leave a real legacy for the Kent Downs AONB by becoming a ranger for the day. 

The rangers at Samphire Hoe will tell you the fascinating history of the nature reserve – while you get the chance to meet the local livestock, protect beaches and discover the flora and fauna of the Kent Downs AONB. 

Samphire Hoe: Become a Ranger
Close-up light brown cake on wooden dish, with icing in the middle and on top.
Day 2 LunchPlaces to Eat

Little Farthingloe Farm

Little Farthingloe Farm (£) is located just outside of Dover and offers a restaurant, as well as a cafe serving snacks to eat-in or takeaway. There’s also a farm shop with bakery and butchers. Whilst there, explore the trail through the ancient woodland and natural play area for children. Don’t forget to say hello to Fred the donkey and the two Shetland ponies, Dudley and Oscar, before you leave!

Little Farthingloe Farm
View across Folkestone coastline. With wild meadow in foreground, sea on left and coastline on right. Sunny day.
Day 2 PMWalking

The Chalk and Channel Way

Explore The Chalk and Channel Way on foot, which will see you pass over the iconic White Cliffs to enjoy stunning views. 

The Chalk and Channel
Close-up of food at Marleys.
Day 2 DinnerPlaces to Eat

Dinner at Marleys

If you are looking for a spot to enjoy dinner, head to Marleys in Folkstone and enjoy fresh, locally sourced food and drink. 

Inside shepherds hut. Log burner, small kitchen and door to toilet.
Day 2 Settle DownAccommodationPlaces to Stay

Romney Marsh Shepherds Huts

Give those legs a rest and stay at the Romney Marsh Shepherds Huts.  Bespoke built by local craftsman using original plans from the 1900s, these are no ordinary huts! They are fitted out for your ultimate convenience and comfort with the likes of Romney Marsh Wools lanolin toiletries and Romney snuggles, made from sheep fleeces, to keep you warm, helping you unwind further after a long day. (Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed as it is a working farm). 

If you’re travelling with your family – then request the family hut.    

Romney Marsh Shepherds Huts
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