Rondrit Kent vanuit East Grinstead
Published: 26/02/2019
Soon after you leave, you drive on a nice wide road with many curves through the country side with rolling hills and beautiful views. You pass various old churches and many classic English country houses. After about 1 hour you will come across various options for a coffee stop.

After coffee you get a beautiful winding road with views over the hilly landscape of Kent to join Hastings.

You leave Hastings and follow the coastline towards the canal where you can enjoy the beautiful views, curves and altitude differences. Then you leave the coastline and head towards the old authentic city of Rye. After Rye it's time to have lunch, you can do this at The Rose and Crown in Ashford.

After lunch the route continues on beautiful winding roads through the Kent countryside. On the way you will visit Penshurst Place, this is an authentic castle.
The last part of the route goes over small, narrow and typical English country roads to the end point of the route.

Because I have not driven this route (yet) myself, this route gets 3 stars.

Route comments:
Road in front of the hotel is busy with traffic lights and speed cameras.
On the way enough possibilities to take a break.
rp 18 - Coffee and photo at the beach
rp 25 - Lunch option at The Rose and Crown.
rp 36 - Possibility to visit Penshurst Place.
rp 14 - Crowders Ln.
rp 18 - Koffie op Pett Level Rd.
Useful links:
The Rose and Crown
Penshurst Place

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