Muddy says: Not to be missed - this fab new eaterie at the end of Deal's iconic pier is one of THE best spots to eat in town with fresh and organic food PLUS dog-friendly. Win/win
Muddy says: One of the best meals Muddy has had in ages (and I eat out A LOT) we're super excited to tell you about this authentic Latin American dining in a pretty 16th century rural country pub. Great for families, sunny days and walking to Bewl Water...
Muddy says: Artisan bakery, coffee house, pub and dining room in the heart of medieval Canterbury, featuring a restored balcony from the drapers situated here for over 150 years.
Muddy says: Famous for its sourdough pizzas and impressive menu of cocktails, fine wines and beer, Chapter is the perfect place to gather with friends or dine with family.
A brilliantly located pub in the heart of Penshurst village, with a view of the entrance to Penshurst Place from the front and stunning fields from the beer garden at the back. Offering decent grub and boutique bedrooms - it's one for over-nighters and locals alike...
Muddy says: Powder & Magazine is a casual gastro dining restaurant for food and drink lovers and Rochester's new hidden gem.
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: 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: Just 5 miles from Tunbridge Wells, this newly-refurbed pub offers good family food and alfresco dining with incredible views across the countryside.
Muddy says: Winner of Kent's Best Bar in our Muddy Awards in 2018, we are very proud to present this Canterbury bar with a difference in a quirky historic setting.
Muddy says: The Eatery is a fun, friendly, whimsical and quirky place to visit. Think rustic decor, a friendly atmosphere and fresh, vibrant food.
Muddy says: This country pub with rooms offers exceptional food and a fresh modern vibe. Sitting in the pretty historical village of Wye, with lovely walking nearby in the North Downs, it makes a great weekend getaway...
Muddy says: Hop, skip and jump over to this award-winning Bidborough pub where the interiors are stylish but food is the real star.
Muddy says: Winner of The Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub 2018, The Three Chimneys not only offers top quality food and service, it's also located in one of the prettiest spots I know.
The perfect place for relaxed foodies, with a charismatic chef and located in the heart of a very pretty village - there’s loads of good walks on the doorstep.
Muddy says: With its laid back vibe, top food, great cocktails and a cool working space - Fego in Sevenoaks has something for everyone.
Muddy says: A friendly, stylish, foodie pub perfectly for both walkers and family fun at Wingham Wildlife Park. Oh and it won Best Destination Pub in the Muddy Awards 2018.
This place will not be to everyone's taste... but if you like eccentricity, total escapism and bling then this quirky boutique stay could be for you!
Muddy Says: A little taste of California just over the border in East Sussex, this restaurant with rooms opposite Camber Sands is a gem for fine dining or a cheeky getaway.
Muddy says: There are plenty of Hotel du Vins in the UK but this venue in Tunbridge Wells is full of enough local character and charm that it feels like a stand-alone venue.
Muddy says: Located on the Deal seafront, 81 Beach Street or ‘81’ is a neighbourhood restaurant that focuses on serving fine dishes without the fuss.
Muddy says: A modern, family-friendly gastro pub just 10 mins outside Canterbury in the pretty, rural village of Lower Hardres.