Bethersden Old Barn B&B

Address: Bridge Farm. Ashford Rd., Ashford, Kent, England, TN26 3LE, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Bridge Farm. Ashford Rd., Ashford, is near Kent & East Sussex Heritage Railway, Chart Hills Golf Club, and Kent's Native Architecture Hall Houses.
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      A Long Man and Leeds Castle

      A travel blog entry by on Jan 11, 2015

      5 photos

      ... to spent about 10 minutes in the cold wind cleaning the clay out of the tread of our shoes.
      We drove the next 30 minutes into Battle but no-one (except Dad) was interested in the Battle of Hasting with William the Conqueror so it turns out to be a "drive-by" of the Abbey built on the site. So it was onto Leeds Castle with the interesting points along the way being the picturesque villages and flooded road that GPS navigation app took us down. It was very expensive to get tickets ...


      A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 20, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      ... of medieval origin. Meal was great and we enjoyed sharing travel stories with our friends. Then went to Gravetye Manor that was nearby. The manor is 16th century Elizabethan, but the garden was created by arguably one of England's great gardeners, William Robinson, who lived here for 50 years from 1884. The place is now a high end hotel and the gardens have been fully restored. The walled vegetable garden so unique in that it is oval in shape. It was most productive with a ...

      30th Oct to 1st Nov - With the Lumley's

      A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Oct 30, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... for the evening’s events of fire, warm clothes and gumboots, firecrackers loaded up in the wheelbarrow and two dogs. It began with an enormous bonfire in the woods behind John’s house. It went against every safety rule in the book according to our Australian upbringing, to the point that both Ro and I were couldn’t almost bear to watch as Josh began lighting a fire on the edge of this enormous pile of dead wood in the middle of the woods. Knowing all that ...

      Introduction, History & Volunteers

      A travel blog entry by parkrun100 on May 25, 2013

      ... makes for a quick run, the course come with its challenges. You start by taking on a small (but on the second lap challenging) hill. The remainder of the course is reasonably undaunting. I've completed the Bedfont Lakes parkrun 18 times.

      I have also run Bushy parkrun four times. I completed my first Bushy parkrun (upload pic) on the 11th April 2012. Bushy parkrun is where it all started back in 2004. By far the most ...

      Sissington and Bodiam

      A travel blog entry by jayton on May 08, 2013


      ... spite. An English sailor would never behave in such a crass manner, don't you know!

      It went through many owners until bought by a couple who were madly in love with each other. Problem was they both batted for the other side and had many affairs in their time together (with the other side) but it never broke the marriage and they were happy until death them did part.

      There was an exhibition of their life ...