Food & Drink
Muddy says: Powder & Magazine is a casual gastro dining restaurant for food and drink lovers and Rochester's new hidden gem
Muddy says: Goodnestone Park is a stunning, privately owned stately home and garden near Canterbury. You can hire the whole house for that truly special function or weekend with friends. There's a reason it was a favourite of Jane Austen and the producer of Downton Abbey!
Muddy says: Bewl is a big, beautiful reservoir offering a fantastic range of outdoor activities - from cycling to open air cinema, children's parties to cookery courses - there's fun stuff to do all year round. Oh and a decent restaurant too!
Muddy says: Stunning historic gardens only recently restored to their former glory, so earning the name 'the Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks'. Explore the jungle-like pathways, enjoy homemade cake in the café or let little ones discover the cute play area - and there's special events like kids' craft, gardening workshops and foraging courses too!
Muddy says: The perfect nesting spot for a night out, a stone's throw from The Pantiles and more importantly the train station. You're next sleepover is sorted.
Muddy says: The Salutation, is a stunning country-house sitting in the heart of Sandwich, a pretty town on the Kent coastline. The location, elegance and warmth of the place make it the perfect escape whatever the weather.
Muddy says: a rustic restaurant that packs a real foodie punch. Table for two, please, and make it snappy!
Muddy says: a small, independent fruit and nut farm where you can rent your own tree! Visit, pick your own fruit and reap the reward of growing your own produce.
Muddy says: Macknade Fine Foods in Faversham voted Best Deli/Farm Shop in Kent by you, is a food lover's haven!