It is situated on top of cliffs overlooking Pegwell Bay, where the English Channel merges with the North Sea.
Near here, at Ebbsfleet is the traditional landing site of Hengist and Horsa in 449, and of St. Augustine in 597.
"Pegwell Bay, Kent" was painted by William Dyce in 1859 - 60. It now hangs in the Tate Britain in London.
Blue Badge Guide Colin Crosby lived at Pegwell during the late 1970s.
Blue Badge Guide Colin Crosby is available to lead Guided Walks around Pegwell for groups.