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Coldblow Farm is believed to have been named during Saxon times. It is situated 600 feet above sea level on top of the Kent Downs in the South East of England in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Although the farm is situated in the Heart of Kent we are still only an hour’s drive from London. The views from the farm and local footpaths and bridleways are stunning. The farm today has 32 acres including nine acres of ancient woodland, which is graded as Special Nature Conservation Value. The 157 long distance trail: The North Downs Way, runs along the southern boundary of the farm and the Pilgrims Way is just a short distance away. The farm is in a lovely area of countryside with an excellent network of footpaths. For horseriders there is good hacking on public bridlepaths, byways and Trot’s toll rides. Even the country lanes are relatively quiet! For carriage drivers the local roads are driveable with care although there are some steep hills so passengers may have to dismount! The animals on the farm are a horses and ponies. We also have free range chickens so your dogs must be kept on leads at all times. Coldblow Equestrian Centre is a riding school based on the farm.