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Lovely place in Kent the park on Marlborough road is stunning good pleasant walk took me to the most amazing view over the local area where i sat and ate some lunch watching it all go by, good running spot it looked safe for women to walk/run lots of people about walking dogs or walking through to other locations. I walked through alone found it a good place for lone walkers, couples, families and dogs. Lovely place hope to move there soon hopefully nice place to spend the weekend nice leisure center close by with Gillingham town centre not too far off for a spot of lunch and shopping therapy. Parking is possible no return within 3 hours which is awesome.
Used Folkestone as an overnight on a two day round trip of Kent from London to see multiple castles, the cliffs of Dover and Canterbury cathedral and city Plenty other things around Folkestone to allow a longer stay and would have liked to see the WWII bunkers... hopefully next time
A wonderful place to take your time and enjoy! They have a fantastic walking tour of the heart of the city which is a great way to start your stay! The Kent bus service is very inexpensive and a great way to experience the country side.
An attractive base for exploring the Kent and Sussex Weald. The restaurant was attractive if expensive and local pretty village a short walk away.
Dymchurch is a typical Kent seaside town with all the usual family attractions, but there are some beautiful old houses to see. What I liked was a club for people who had just moved to Dymchurch and could feel a bit isolated. Great little Catholic Church- St.Monica's.
Location near historic sites in western Kent (Battle, Bodiam Castle, Leeds Castle, Hever Castle, Chartwell, Sissinghurst, as well as many less prominent "nooks and crannies". Great atmosphere. Layers of history for over a thousand years within a half hour's drive. Hever Hotel is not easy to reach, especially at night on narrow roads. Road signs at crucial points got us there when the GPS shut down. Only a taxi could take you there if you used public transportation. It was well worth the visit (especially if you have a friend to drive you.)
For shopping: Fremlin Walk For eating: Gem of Kent, Spice Hut and Ghurka Restaurant For drinks: The Stag, The Druids Arms and Mu Mu's For things to do nearby: West Malling, Mote Park, Bearsted
Good location,with excellent rooms, The staff are very good, had a problem with my dinner which was very quickly sorted to my satisfaction Will happily rebook when next in Kent
Southborough consists of a small high street with variety of local shops and takeaways and couple of restaurants and pubs. 10 minutes straight drive intonTunbridge Wells town centre. The common in Southborough is beautiful and there is also a very attractive church at the front of the common. Very easy journey from London. A wonderful base for exploring Tunbridge Wells and surrounding beauty spots in Kent. Plenty to do.
Ashford has attractive corners, but it’s basically a working - and, increasingly, a dormitory - town. It’s key appeal lies in its location, as a nexus of rail and bus links across Kent and East Sussex its an ideal base for anyone exploring this part of the world without a car. Furthermore, it’s international station offers fast trains not only to London but to the continent as well, making it a practical base for visitors from overseas. If you have your own transport though, there are far more attractive and tourist oriented towns and villages to stay in nearby. Notable sights in ashford itself include the parish church and the preserved WW1 tank just off the High street.
8.9 Excellent 288 reviews
Warm feeling from my first step in! Super comfy bedroom, very clean, and I loved the bathroom: old fashioned, elegant but still cosy and comfortable. Excellent dinner as well, I strongly recommend the local beer! I was travelling with my dog as the following day I was planning to explore the Kent Downs and the cliffs and they have been super welcoming with him as well. I arrived at the Abbot after many hours travelling and a difficult business meeting, and they really made the difference!
9.4 Awesome 37 reviews
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at St Peters Street Apartment in Canterbury. Richard our host was very helpful in communicating with us regarding our arrival. He provided us with a detailed overview of the apartments features. He was also very helpful in providing tips for places to visit in Canterbury and Kent. We really enjoyed the opportunity to stay in a five hundred year old building.
8.4 Very Good 1,126 reviews
The property has good interior and exterior common spaces, which are nice when travelling with a group, and is well-maintained and pleasantly appointed. It is also convenient to many of the sites in southern Kent (Canterbury, Lydden Hill, Leeds Castle and Dover were the ones we visited). Some of the food was very good and original (cauliflower, potato and cheese sausages, for example).
9.2 Awesome 48 reviews
A cosy old house in a beautiful and very quiet rural part of Kent. The house is quite old but superbly renovated. Yvette is a charming, friendly host. She, and Rocky the labrador, made me feel like coming home! I had a delicious dinner at one of the pubs Yvette recommended, in High Halden a short drive from the B&B. I hope to come back soon and to have more time to explore Kent.
7.7 Good 1,409 reviews
We do think the food & drink - particularly drink is too expensive & puts us off eating at the hotel. We would rather not go out - but often do - or even book a different hotel in Kent because of this. Also think breakfast could be slightly better - eg. fruit salad - not the best. Hotel itself nice & we like very much. Staff all very nice.
8.0 Very Good 327 reviews
Location was perfect for our stay as we'd travelled south to attend a funeral - the wake was held at the hotel, so no worries about driving afterwards! Staff were friendly Meal in restaurant in evening was good (if a little pricey - 'though that may be a little unfair comparison as, overall, Kent appears to be more expensive than Manchester)
9.9 Exceptional 17 reviews
This is a beautifully appointed holiday let that I can thoroughly recommend. The owners who live next door could not have been more helpful and their 'welcome pack' was outstanding. It's location provides easy access to the attractions of the Kent and Sussex Wheald and the South coast, additionally London is only 30 min away by train.
9.7 Exceptional 86 reviews
It was very convenient because the easy access without requiring stairways or elevators. Staff was Edgar to assist and attend to every need. Best English breakfast ever!! Full Kent English Breakfast. The bed was wonderful and the towels were of the highest quality. The bath was modern with an incredible shower. Fantastic experience!
8.7 Excellent 161 reviews
This is a lovely Kentish country pub and B&B in a quiet location. It is clearly a family-run establishment whose owners are rightly proud of their traditional 14th C building. It is quirky and nicely converted upstairs for accommodation - not huge rooms, but everything spotless and adequate.
8.3 Very Good 539 reviews
Charming staff--always aimed to please + Did calls for us and let us use his phone. Just as friendly after hours to handle a taxi problem! At the entrance of University of Kent. Easy access to bus, Beautiful view of the Cathedral form the lounge.
8.3 Very Good 444 reviews
Lovely village and location is handy to get to Canterbury and the University of Kent. The restaurant was wonderfull and the wait staff friendly. Breakfast and dinner was delicious. Large room, tea tray was well stocked.
8.5 Very Good 1,330 reviews
Spacious, comfortable room -very clean and immaculately serviced daily. tea and coffee making in room and it had large car park! Great location for both the city of Canterbury and exploring the Kent Coast.
9.7 Exceptional 178 reviews
The friendliness of the hosts - freshly baked cake and tea on arrival !! Location close to Canterbury and midway between Hythe and Whistable make it an ideal location for exploring this part of Kent.
8.2 Very Good 796 reviews
Staff were great. Located in the beautiful Kent Countryside. Lovely old building however it could do with some updating. pretty location and beautiful grounds. Restaurant food was also very good
8.8 Excellent 714 reviews
Great price clean good order,fab showers great breakfast good location for travelling around east Kent or the tunnel ferries etc
8.2 Very Good 96 reviews
Old Kentish inn which had been modernised very tastefully. The bed was sumptuously comfortable
8.4 Very Good 381 reviews
It's worth it for the restaurant alone. One of Kent's best! Great pub too.
9.1 Awesome 558 reviews
The property has been designed with a clean, consistent concept. The decor is elegant and clearly reflects a well-grounded experience in the hotel trade. The proprietor was present for breakfast and clearly takes an active interest in the business. In the unlikely event that we were to visit Margate again, we would certainly book with Sands. Only the parking is less than ideal.
6.7 Review score 8,137 reviews
Super friendly staff, very efficient, they gave us a sea front view room and warned us about the down things and were willing to upgrade us for a better comfort if we wanted.
8.7 Excellent 248 reviews
Beautiful location, nice surroundings, nice staff, good food, spacious bedroom, nice SPA facilities.