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The Bowl Inn

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Debbie And Pat
Debbie And Pat
August 27, 2019
Within walking distance
February 3, 2017
Lovely local pub with good food
Scott & Lizzie
Scott & Lizzie
November 13, 2013
Great 15th Century pub offering true English Beer. About two miles from the Cart Shed.

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“We like this pub for lunch with the kids in the summer as the playground area in the garden keeps them entertained for hours plus the food is perfectly nice. ”
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“10 mins drive) Outstanding locally sourced food, booking recommended. A nice drive along windy rural roads up to the North Downs.”
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“Dymchurch is well known for its glorious beach which attracts many thousands of visitors every year. The sandy beach is quite flat and stretches from north to south for over three miles, and is frequently 'washed' by the tide of the English Channel. Dymchurch beach provides safe sea bathing in the haven of Romney Bay and miles of fine sand to build all the castles you want, play beach sports, have a swim in the sea or just laze around. The beach is very close to all the facilities of Dymchurch village, including cafes, restaurants, pubs and amusements. During the summer months there is a beach manager on hand with help and advice. Dymchurch Beach has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor.”
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“Stretching for 28 miles from Hythe, Kent, to Cliff End in East Sussex, The Royal Military Canal was built between 1804 and 1809 as a defence against invasion by Napoleon – although its guard posts also proved useful in stopping the then-flourishing trade in smuggled goods. The long distance Royal Military Canal Path is an excellent waymarked trail with helpful interpretive panels along the way, while a recent £3.5m restoration of the 7km section from Seabrook to West Hythe Dam means that it now offers a wonderfully easy and relaxing route suitable for walkers, cyclists and disabled users alike, along with bridle paths for horse riding. There are picnic tables and benches all along the canal, while both ends of the canal have free car parks and interpretive panels explaining the importance of the habitat for wildlife – some species found here are national rarities. During the summer months the canal comes alive with patrolling dragonflies and noisy Marsh Frogs and Kingfishers.”
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“If you want to relax and have a spa for the day then this is must visit only 10 minutes drive from Willesborough and it’s totally luxurious and amazing spot in Ashford”
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Ashford, Kent TN27 0HG
Teléfono01233 712256
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