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Coast & Country Rambles

Coast and Country Rambles, offers you the experience of tailor made self-guided walking breaks in the beautiful countryside of Kent.

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Let us describe the perfect Staycay. It will be in Kent (of course) and will involve getting outdoors to walk and explore some of the best countryside in the UK. There may be children in tow or a dog. And it will involve over-night stays at some characterful pubs with views over rolling hills or by the seaside. There will be food and a decent bed in which to rest your head.
If this sounds right up your street then you’ll want to know about Coast and Country Rambles, who organise tailor made self-guided walking breaks in the beautiful countryside of Kent, The Garden of England.
Coast and Country Rambles, allows you to unwind and de-stress from today’s hectic hubbub whilst discovering off the beaten track footpaths and bridleways. Prices start from as little as £160 per person (minimum of 2 people) for a 1 night/ 2 day walking break.
They do all the research – providing full details of all the walks, in your personalised walking pack, which includes handy pocket-sized weather proof written guides, waterproof maps and a compass. The rambles have all been tried and tested and rarely will another person be sighted on many of these routes, allowing you to totally absorb the peace and tranquillity, hidden areas of Kent can offer.
You decide how far you’d like to walk, the points of interest you’d like to see and the distance you’d like to cover. Even your four-legged friend can be accommodated on some of the walk and overnight stay options.
Coast and Country Rambles will arrange everything else including easy to follow written guides. With over 4000 miles of footpaths & 500 villages in Kent you’ll not be short of places to explore. Let them do all the legwork so you can just get on with enjoying your break.

 

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