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GASTRO WALKS

From path TO PUB The only way to top a trip to the pub for lunch is to follow it with an invigorating winter walk. Luckily for us, we’ve got plenty of National Trust treks and trails right on our doorstep. Here’s our pick of some unforgettable rambles that will help you work up a hearty appetite

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he colder months may have arrived, but there’s still no better way to enjoy the natural splendour on offer in Kent and Surrey than by embarking on a revitalising meander through the countryside. Indeed, both counties boast a wide variety of National Trust walking routes that are just waiting to be explored. Spanning different lengths and difficulty levels, there’s truly something for everyone. Whether you’re traversing the beautiful terrain of Sevenoaks and Westerham, or taking in the captivating views in and around Tadworth and

Weybridge, there are options to suit all tastes. Along the way, you’ll also be able to take a peek at some the most historic houses in the region; from Ightham Mote to Chartwell, you’ll find lots of breath-taking sites to see. So, what are you waiting for? Put your wellies, gloves and hats on, and get out on one of these serene saunters, before joining us at The Kings Head or The Blue Ball for a well-earned spot of pub grub – the only way to end a pleasant stroll through the rolling hills, expansive fields and luscious woodlands available in this part of the world. Read on for some inspirational days out from the National Trust…

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Gastro Magazine Winter 2016  
Gastro Magazine Winter 2016