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- We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of Shepherd Neame brewery. Our guide Nick was entertaining and informative. The tour was interesting, both historically and modern day brewing.
Excellent tasting. Well presented by Nick and it is always good to visit the shop!Written 28 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A great experience trying new things. Joe was friendly, encouraging and provided a fun filled afternoon of archery, cross bow fire and my personal favourite, axe throwing.
Joe would give a demonstration and offer advice throughout however took the relevant step back for you to just have a go and enjoy it.
I would highly recommend Joe's Bows and indeed on returning in thr near future. Thank you Joe! 😊Written 5 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Small, 2hrs slot ran by a family.
Max amount of people is 30 so it’s not crowded which is lovely.
Small cafe with muffins ran by the owner.
We’ll defo go back!
Thank you for our piggy encounter. Enjoy back scratching and brushing them. Who’d believe Bandit the pig could play a piano!!!Written 20 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We were lucky that our holiday cottage included free entry to this house and gardens. We visited on a windy day well into September, which meant that the extensive gardens weren't looking their absolute best but were still full of interest and colour. It was very, very quiet when we turned up but this belies the fact that there is a tea room serving nice drinks, snacks and lunches and more importantly some extremely knowledgeable room guides who made the house really interesting. They seemed genuinely interested in the house and its history, so you'd think they were there just for you - that's professional. Do make sure you check opening times to avoid disappointment - we returned a few days later and found that the house itself was closed and the tea room was self-service.Written 24 September 2023
- Excellent bed & breakfast accommodation with the added bonus of access to the stunningardens that are open to the publicWe stayed for 3 nights at the Mount Ephraim B&B. It was a wonderful experience. Beautifully appointed room with en suite and fabulous views over the gardens. Breakfast was excellent and cooked to order. The Red Lion Pub is just 2 mins drive from the property. It was buzzing and we enjoyed 2 great meals there. A special thanks to Elliot and Sophie who looked after us so well at the Mount Ephraim. We will be back!Written 24 September 2023
- Remote, peaceful, atmospheric part of the north Kent coast. Handy car park (Ringo £3.50). Easy access to Saxon Shore Way, England Coastal Path and National Cycle Route 1Written 12 September 2023
- Loved everything, especially the tableaux upstairs and the very ancient artifacts. Interesting for everyone and expecially fascinating for locals.Written 27 November 2022
- I’ve not visited a market like this since I was a child. It was very nostalgic wandering around the various stalls and reminded me of those times I went with my dad when I was much younger.Written 21 January 2023
- What a great place. History within a beautiful country park.
We took a picnic and enjoyed it within one of the seated areas. Thoroughly enjoyed walking about under the cool shade of the trees. Would definitely recommend this as a good place to take kids.Written 25 September 2022
- Insect talk was terrific - and quite hands on (literally - except for the centipede!); train wasn't running but looked like a fun thing to do.Written 3 July 2019
- It is not every day that you are shown around a 14th century farmhouse by a Russian Princess, and this was the best tour of our visit to Kent. Olga Romanov was most welcoming, funny, frank and gave us two hours of insight into her life and the lives of her parents and grandparents who escaped the revolution. The history is fascinating, as is how she is preserving the farmhouse for the future. Tours need to be booked and are only on some days. Well worth the visit.Written 10 September 2023
- This woods is popular for a reason. Great trails suitable for a variety of visitors...families, kids, dog walkers, bmxers, horse riders, bird watchers and of course nature lovers!!
It’s a stunning spot worth a visit for a walk, a picnic and the view from the pulpit is great!Written 17 March 2021
- Our first visit to this pretty town happened to be on a Saturday and the street markets were in full flow. So many stalls to look at with something for everyone. We parked for free near the quay and spent a pleasant hour wandering and browsing the stalls. Definitely a return visit is needed.Written 21 March 2023
- Very impressive architecture and internal decoration. The painted pillar was fascinating and clearly explained. The people were very friendly and helpful. Well worth a visit for up to an hour.Written 21 August 2021
- Friendly staff and a wide range of items, Easy to happily browse amongst vintage and antiques for hours . On site parking off the road; has a cafe with delicious range of cakes and hot food, well worth a visit.Written 1 November 2023
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