Answers to common questions
Ladwood Farm is tucked away in a peaceful, rural part of Kent…. There’s plenty close by if you feel like taking a day trip to France or perhaps afternoon tea in the City of Canterbury….
- How far is the Ladwood Farm from the Channel Tunnel?
Distance from the Channel Tunnel to Ladwood Farm is 7.2 miles and would take around 13 minutes – easy access to take a short break to France
- Ladwood Farm to Canterbury City
Ladwood Farm to Canterbury is approximately 15 miles and journeying by car would take around 26 minutes, Canterbury is a historic English cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which lies at the heart of the City of Canterbury, a local government district of Kent, England. It lies on the River Stour. for further information please visit Canterbury.co.uk/tourist-information
- Is there a wildlife park nearby?
Yes Port Lympe is close by approximately 9.7miles and would take by car around 22 minutes. Port Lympe provides an experience that can be used by everyone, regardless of age, gender or disability. Home to the UK’s original and authentic safari experiences, Port Lympne Reserve offers a unique family adventure like no other zoo! Set in over 600 acres, you will be transported to the plains of Africa and Asia to see animals roaming freely, then explore on foot to see big cats, small cats, primates, gorillas and many more animals before discovering life sized pre historic creatures in, Dinosaur Forest
- What is AONB?
An AONB means an Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB). They are are part of a family of protected areas.
AONBs, National Parks and Heritage Coasts in England and Wales are all Protected Landscapes. These are areas that have been moulded by centuries of human activity, where people, landscapes and nature live within close harmony protecting the AONB for future generations to enjoy.
The Kent Downs is the eighth largest AONB in England and Wales. which is within our Area, You will find masses of information and inspiration on this Link – Kent Downs