Situated on the banks of the scenic River Midway, and accessible by a medieval stone bridge, is the picturesque village of Aylesford.
Many of the buildings in the oldest part of the village are very quaint: the Chequers Inn, the George House (formerly a training inn), and the almshouse among them. The Church of St Peter and St Paul, dating in part to the Norman invasion, sits on a hill overlooking the villages.
Head to the Village Pantry, a vintage-style teahouse for afternoon tea. If you like beer and home-cooked food, enjoy Hengist, a 16th-century pub and restaurant.