Walks and Activities 


Step outside your holiday home, and enjoy one of several walks on your doorstep. We have more details on the walks in the information folder at the oast, but to give you a bit of a taster here are a few.

  • Head down the valley from the oast to the River Brede and walk along the river, cross it and head up the other side to The Queens Head at Icklesham. About 5 miles. 
  • Follow the path past the beautiful Brede Place (in view from the oast) and follow a circular walk up and down hillsides. About 3 miles. 
  • Pick up the 1066 Way at the bottom of the farm, a beautiful route that can take you as far as Pevensey Castle

Kite Surfing

Camber Sands is probably the best nearest beach from London for kitesurfing.

Swimming and Leisure Centre Activities

Both Rye and Tenterden have good leisure centres with swimming pools, gyms and other pay-as-you-go classes. 

Train Rides

The Romney Hythe and Dymchurch railway, once known as the "World's smallest public railway" is a fun experience, following a lovely coastal course. Why not walk up Dungeness Lighthouse whilst there. www.rhdr.org.uk 

The Kent and East Sussex Railway is run by steam and winds a picturesque course from Tenderden through to Bodiam Castle, 10.5 miles away. www.kesr.org.uk 


The aquarium in Hastings has over 40 themed habitats www.bluereefaquarium.co.uk


Drusillas Zoo Park is a lovely compact zoo whith a fabulous up-close selection of animals and other activities. www.drusillas.co.uk

Outdoor Pursuits

Great for cycling, walking, riding,  Bedgebury Pinetum has the world's best conifer collection over 2000 acres. Go Ape is there too. www.bedgeburypinetum,.org.uk



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