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Marsh Green, Kent


Glorious country walking on bridleways, and no stiles!  Big bonus is the dog friendly pub at the start/finish of the walk.


Marsh Green
United Kingdom

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WCs and refreshments at The Wheatsheaf (01732 864091). Sociable dogs on leads are welcome in the pub.

Parking at the pub (with permission).


Marsh Green dog walk

Marsh Green dog walk, 120 minutes, 6.1km

Leave the Wheatsheaf and walk with the pub on your right to a Bridleway sign on the left.

Follow the bridleway, passing Smoaky Cottage, and bend sharp right and then left to follow the path to Greybury Farm. Carry on on the bridleway to the right of some houses.

Turn right off the surfaced path and continue through a gate.

When you reach a junction, turn right.

At the forked junction, take the right hand path and continue uphill and into the woods.

Follow a waymarker sign to the right.

At a junction turn left, following the waymarker signs, and go downhill.

Carry straight on at a path junction.

Go through a gate and along the field edge. After a few metres bear right into the woods, and continue to follow the fenceline.

Go through the next gate and carry on following the fenceline. Keep going ahead, passing a gate and pond to your right.

At the corner of the field turn left at the waymarker arrows along the edge of the field.

Turn right at the next corner and through a gate. Keep going downhill on the bridleway.

At the next path junction (just above Greybury Farm) follow the bridleway back to The Wheatsheaf.


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From the A25 at Westerham follow signs to Edenbridge (B2026). After Edenbridge turn right to Marsh Green, B2028.




With nearly 200 walks from the Driving with Dogs website, this handy little book is an ideal guide to the best dog-friendly pubs and dog walks within 5 miles of UK motorway exits.

Like the website walks, you'll also find information about campervan access, disabled facilities, kids' activities, safe parking places, sat-nav codes and written route directions too.

Walking the Dog: Motorway Walks for dogs and drivers is available from the RAC shop (link URL http://www.racshop.co.uk/rac-books.html) and all the usual online bookstores such as amazon.

If your local bookstore doesn't have a copy in stock, you can order by quoting the ISBN number: 978-1-845841-02-7

Amazon link: Walking the Dog - Motorway walks for drivers and dogs

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