Mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 the area of Lullingstone is a site of historic significance. This established route starts and finishes at the entrance to the Lullingstone Visitor Centre. You will set off following the River Darent towards Shoreham village. Blink and you'll risk missing Shoreham because this quaint little village is barely more than two streets. Then the undulating paths start, and the first one is a beast. You will spend a short time back on the road before heading on trails towards and through Lullingstone Park and golf course. The paths are well marked leading you down to Lullingstone Roman Villa which is known to date back to at least 100AD. The final leg takes you past Lullingstone Castle which still has traces of its original 16th century building. You will then find yourself within one wrong footstep of falling in the River Darent, and back to the Visitor Centre.