What could be more delightful than a walk through bluebell woods?
The woods at Pepenbury are set in some of the prettiest, most unspoilt countryside in the High Weald of Kent, and are a haven for all kinds of wildlife and woodland flowers. If you are lucky, you may come across deer, badgers, stoats and dormice. Our woods are also home to many species of wild flowers, including our beautiful bluebells in May, primroses, violets, foxgloves and even the rare Twayblade orchid.
Our woods are managed in the traditional way and provide chestnut fence posts which are used on-site. This area of outstanding natural beauty is also used as training and leisure facilities for our residents and other people with a learning disability.
A map of our woodland walk is available from our coffee shop. The walk is approximately a mile and a half long over relatively flat ground and is suitable for all ages. Visitors are advised to wear appropriate footwear as the ground us uneven and wellingtons are advisable in wetter weather. Please see Visitor Information for tips on keeping safe and making the most of your visit.
Pepenbury do not charge people to walk in the woods, however, as a charity we rely on donations and if you have enjoyed your stay with us, a donation would be very much appreciated. You can donate online here »
For further details of our bluebell walk, please contact Ian Nightingale on 01892 822168 or email firstname.lastname@example.org