Category Archives: Things to Do

January visit to Dungeness

Last  Sunday was such a beautiful winters day, so we decided to indulge ourselves, and have a fish and chips lunch at the famous Pilot Inn at Dungeness. After our hearty meal, we and our dog, set off to get some exercise and explore the wonderful scenery. Again we are happy to share some of our photos with you.

Prue on the stoney beach with our dog, Lettie.

Derek Jarman’s cottage with the raised verse on the wall.
The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch train about to leave on last homeward journey of the day.
A full head of steam, and off we go.
Chug, Chug and Chug…..
The sun is setting, and time to wend our way home…..
PS a quick snap of the newest lighthouse as we pass by

Visit Bull Farm Oast for “Little uns’ first adventure”

We’ve been recommend in the guardian for a place to stay when visiting bedgebury

More ways to entice your kids outdoors

Little uns’ first adventure

Let your tinies follow the great explorers of yesteryear as they scour the land for exotic plants in the exotic setting of a Kent forest. Bedgebury’s wooded play trail includes a shipwreck, a climbing wall and giant spider web climbing frame for your budding Darwins to negotiate. They’ll just have to imagine the scurvy and boa constrictors.

• £7.50 per car; 01580 879820, Stay at Bull Farm Oast, Cranbrook (01580 714140, doubles from £67 (children’s beds can be added).