The hamlet of Warehorne is (7 miles) from Ashford and is partly in the Weald of Kent and partly in the Romney Marsh. Within the central village you will find the beautiful St. Mathews Church, which stands on the old Saxon shoreline looking over Romney Marsh https:// www.warehorne.com/church.
There is a small village green surrounded by pretty cottages. This village is served by a gastro pub The Woolpack Inn https://www.woolpackinnwarehorne.com part of a trio, this fine pub with smart rooms offers an array of freshly cooked food from a menu that changes daily.
The village has a village hall https://www.warehorne.com which provides clubs and social events for the area,
The second part of the village is by the crossroads on the B2067 known as the Leacon where once stood the school house. The nearest shops and facilities, a Doctor’s surgery, dentist and village store are at Ham street where there is also a railway station on the main line to Ashford International. The larger part of Ham street falls within the Warehorne parish boundaries, enabling the village to have sufficient population to retain its own civil parish council.
The remainder of the mostly forested Warehorne contains the former World Wonder pub and borders on the village of Kenardington.