Leaveland Court Farm

Address: Faversham, Kent, England, ME13 ONP, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in Faversham, is near Farming World.
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      Travel Blogs from Faversham

      A Long Man and Leeds Castle

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 11, 2015

      5 photos

      ... Castle but after some 'umming' and 'arhhing' and checking of reviews online, Tristan paid our way in. The parklands, waterway and gardens leading were very nice. We here astonished to come across black swans amongst the ducks, geese and white swans. It turns out that the "socialite" who last owned the castle imported them from Australia in the 1950's. The blacks swans even feature in the heraldic crest. The Castle itself is billed as the "loveliest castle in the world" and it ...

      Graveney, Kent, 9-15 Aug 2014

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 15, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... also went to Rye, another of the Cinque Ports and one of the best preserved medieval towns in England. It’s very small and very picturesque. Rye was once surrounded on three sides by the sea and its maritime heritage dates back to Norman times. It has a Norman Church, cobbled streets and many old buildings. There was a memorial in the church to a young man who was killed "by the accidental discharge ...

      Our final blog from Kent

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 23, 2013

      15 photos

      ... br> One church we visited was not that old, or decrepit – it was built in 1849 by Pugin who also built the British Houses of Parliament. It’s a lovely Church but is no longer used, mainly because the M20 motorway cut off most of its parishioners from the church! It’s a shame that so many of these lovely old buildings are no longer in use, but great that there are groups which try ...

      Another update from Kent for 2-14 Aug

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 21, 2013

      15 photos

      ... was started in the 1160s by King Henry II as a palace designed to impress the European nobility on pilgrimage to Thomas Becket’s shrine in Canterbury. Soon after it was fortified and has been successively updated with every European war involving Britain until 1945. It was garrisoned continuously for 900 years until 1958.

      Dover Castle played a key role in World War II (especially the rescue of the British troops from Dunkirk) and its ...

      Kent, 12 -19 July 2013

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Jul 12, 2013

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... its major port status

      There has been a Lord Warden in charge of the Cinque Ports since the 12th century. Recent Lords Warden include Sir Winston Churchill 1941-1965 and Sir Robert Menzies, former Prime Minister of Australia 1966-1978. Apparently, this was the Queen’s reward for Menzies’s adulation when he was Prime Minister!

      We’ve spent a few days travelling around the coastline ...