Kent Downs National Landscape

Poppy field and Downs in the Kent National Landscape

The Kent Downs National Landscape follows the North Downs from the Surrey border to the sea cliffs at Dover. The chalk downs escarpment gives way to the flat and fertile lands of the Weald, famous for fruit growing and sometimes referred to as the ‘Garden of England’. The fast-disappearing traditional Kentish orchards and hop gardens together with the picturesque half-timbered villages and towns give a unique charm to this area. The North Downs Way and the Pilgrims Way offer routes to explore the landscape and Palace Farm Hostel offers hostel-style accommodation providing good value access to this National Landscape. Palace Farm Hostel is a relaxing, flexible 4* hostel on a family-run farm. Situated in the village of Doddington at the heart of the National Landscape.

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Palace Farm Hostel Doddington Sittingbourne Faversham Kent

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