Blog (Food) - Visit Maidstone

  • Great for days out this winter.  Crisp clear days with fresh air, coffee shop stops and a pub lunch!

    Enjoying Maidstone in the Winter Months

    Some days you just need a change of scenery and to get out of home and do some things near you. Maidstone is a great place to head towards, with things for families or meeting up with a group of friends, to catch up and spend some quality time together. This year you can enjoy the Christmas Trail, until 6th January and that is free and a fun search.

  • Discover the rural beauty of the Garden of England perfect for a break without crowds.

    Time to Disconnect from the Crowds

    Some ideas in rural Kent to get a change of scenery and escape the crowds. Autumn is not only beautiful here, it is full of harvest, fruit, wine, ciders, beers, great walks, workshops of different types with only small numbers of people and in many places none at all. There was such a lot to do in the area it surprised me.

  • PYO Fruit and Vegetables in Maidstone and Kent

    PYO Farms in and Around Maidstone and Kent

    Kent, with its rich and fertile soil, is one of the best places in the world to find fresh fruits and vegetables, also renowned for its orchards ripe with award-winning apple, pear and cherry varieties (it's not called the Garden of England for nothing!) 

  • 10 of the Best Places to Eat in Maidstone
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    10 of the Best Places to Eat in Maidstone

    When planning any visit, arguably one of the most essential parts of the itinerary is finding the best places to eat, drink and have fun. Here are our ten of the best places to eat when you visit Maidstone. 

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