Join us on an exciting new hike to the Kentish countryside! The hike will take us through Knole’s 1,000-acre deer park and Knole House, picturesque woodlands and fields, and Ightham Mote.
Distance: 11 miles (18 km).
Difficulty: Moderate. It’s mostly flat with a small number of hills.
Meeting Point: meet at the Charing Cross train station at 8:50 (near Burger King). We will leave the meeting point at 9:00 for the 9:10 train. Planned arrival time back to London is 6pm.
Food: we will stop at Ightham Mote for lunch. Feel free to buy lunch at the National Trust cafe or bring your own packed lunch. After the hike, we will visit the pub, where you can purchase a well-deserved beer.
What to bring:
That’s it, we will take care of train tickets and logistics on the day, so just turn up and have a great day hiking!
Additional information: if you’d like to visit the tower & showrooms of the Knole House (£11.30) and the whole Ightham Mote property (£12.00), you will have time to do so. If you don’t have the National Trust membership, you might want to buy one (https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us). If you enjoy exploring the heritage of Britain, the National Trust membership can pay for itself many times over – typically after 5-7 visits to Trust properties.
Traveling in small group creates relaxed & friendly atmosphere. We aim to have no more than 16 walkers per a group leader.
The tour is over, but available for pre-order. For this contact us