|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||9 miles (14.5 km)|
|Old route now:||A268|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2082 is a rural B-road in southeast England.
The road starts at a traffic light junction on the A28 on the western edge of Tenterden and heads in a roughly southerly direction. Heading out of the suburbs, it runs through the village of Small Hythe where it passes Smallhythe Place, once the home of actress Ellen Terry and now owned by the National Trust. There the road also crosses Smallhythe Bridge.
The road then zigzags across the Fen and through Peening Quarter before climbing a little onto the Isle of Oxney (not actually an island anymore). Passing through Wittersham (the main village on the road), the road comes to a sharp 90 degree turn at a hamlet called The Stocks. Now heading south, the road descends as Rye Road to leave the Isle.
The B2082 again crosses the Fen, changing county as it does so from Kent to Sussex, before crossing the River Rother. It climbs again to Iden before ending a mile later at a junction on the A268 to the north of Playden.