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Langdon Court

Seasalter Road

Goodnestone

Faversham

Kent 

ME13 9DA

 

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Travelling to Langdon

Car

Most people drive here, and although we don’t have a big car park, we’re happy to find a space for you. But why not take the opportunity to reduce your carbon footprint and consider one (or a combination) of the more planet-friendly alternatives below?

Car-share

If you’re meeting at friend here, plan to travel together.

Bus

Bus 660 from Faversham (Timetable here) leaves from bus stop B outside Ask in the centre of Faversham and arrives just a few yards from the entrance of Langdon. Ask the driver for the Goodnestone stop. Adult return £3.50 / single £2.30 (cash or card).

Walk

It’s about two miles from the centre of Faversham to Langdon, and almost all of that can be done off road, following the public footpaths through the fields (see route in red on map below). It’s an easy flat walk and takes about 45 minutes. For a longer route via Faversham Creek, follow the red cycling route, which takes about 1 hour 15 minutes on foot. 

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Cycle

By bike there are two options, marked on the map below in red and purple. Both routes start opposite the Recreation Ground on Whitstable Road.  

Scenic route (Red route on map) – This takes about 25 minutes and is an easy and interesting ride through Abbeyfields, along Faversham Creek, through woodland and then along pretty and quiet  Sandbanks Lane. The last short stretch is on Head Hill Road, where you do have to be extra careful of cars.

Fast road route (Purple route on map) – This takes about 10 minutes and is a more direct route. It does however include the fast Graveney Road and several hills. 

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