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DRIFT INN, Beaulieu Road, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, New Forest, Hampshire, SO42 7YQ
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DOVE INN, Plum Pudding Lane, Dargate, Faversham, Kent, ME13 9HB
Tel. 01227 751360

This walk called The Peasants' Last Revolt is another Faversham route offering a choice of start points from pubs in different villages. For great food try the quaint Victorian Dove Inn in the hamlet of Dargate which was Kent Dining Pub of the Year 2007 in The Good Pub Guide.


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Minimum Time (in minutes): 2 hrs 15 mins
Distance (in miles): 5.3
Level of Difficulty: Easy (some steep slopes)
Type of Map: Professional printed map


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Tread in the footsteps of pilgrims and legionaries or follow winding woodland trails where kings once hunted. Discover charming villages, historic buildings and country homes, and imagine the sounds of battle echoing down the centuries from across the meadows. Explore the abundant countryside, as rich with crops and fruit-trees today as it has been for centuries.

This is a walk of variety, from gently rolling countryside, peppered with wildflowers and industriously buzzing bees, to the woodland depths, where civilisation seems far behind you; from wide, expansive views of rolling fields and distant sea, to quiet country villages and narrow forest paths where the trees crowd densely overhead.

This is one of a number of excellent walking leaflets created for the Faversham website which is an excellent site for walkers and other visitors to the area.

his download is a large pdf file (2.5 MB) but it is a high quality leaflet with excellent map and in our view makes it well worth accepting the slightly longer download time.

As this route features a choice of pubs, the same route is listed under each pub named below. When adding a review please go to the entry for the pub that you visited and write a review there.

OS MAPS really enhance enjoyment of pub walks and taking one with you is highly recommended. The 1:25,000 Sittingbourne and Faversham (OS Explorer Map) is ideal for this although if you are an all-weather walker you may prefer the laminated version!

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WHITE HORSE INN, The Street, Boughton, Kent, ME13 9AX

An ancient coaching inn, The White Horse Inn is mentioned in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. This walk called The Peasants' Last Revolt is another Faversham route offering a choice of start points from pubs in different villages.

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RED LION, Hernhill, Faversham, Kent, ME13 9JR

The Red Lion features in both The Good Pub Guide and the AA Pub Guide. It was once a Wealdon Hall, built in 1364 and has an impressive mediaeval dining room. This walk called The Peasants' Last Revolt is another Faversham route offering a choice of start points from pubs in different villages.

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QHEEN'S HEAD, 111 The Street, Boughton, Faversham, Kent, ME13 9BH

This walk called The Peasants' Last Revolt is another Faversham route offering a choice of start points from pubs in different villages, including the Queen's Head in Boughton.

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THREE HORSESHOES, Staplestreet, Hernhill, Faversham, Kent, ME13 9UA

This walk called The Peasants' Last Revolt is another Faversham route offering a choice of start points from pubs in different villages including the traditional Three Horseshoes at the small hamlet of Staplestreet. Features in The Good Beer Guide.

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