Magnolia House

Address: 36 St. Dunstan's Terrace, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT2 8AX, United Kingdom | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B, located on 36 St. Dunstan's Terrace, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, The Canterbury Tales, Roman Museum, and Museum of Canterbury (Formerly Heritage Museum).
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    Travel Blogs from Canterbury

    I went to church for my 'wow' moment

    A travel blog entry by sueknox on Aug 30, 2015

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... historical cultural practice which fascinates me. A walking journey for a spiritual purpose, which could take weeks or months, sometimes incorporating hardship and tough conditions on the way.

    Under the Cathedral is the crypt, a place where the original Catholic monks used to worship in silence - it remains a place of quiet - is all made of stone, so it's cool to the touch, and although it's open plan, it's also divided into areas where small ...

    Here We Go!

    A travel blog entry by vicm on Jun 13, 2015

    I'm currently seven and a half hours into what seems like the longest flight in history to Kuala Lumpur, I've watched three movies so far (In Time, Salmon Fishing In The Yemen, Unknown) and according to the flight map, I still have five hours to go! The plane I'm on is an Airbus a380, one of the massive ones and I'm sitting on the upper deck, which isn't as fancy as it sounds because there are economy seats upstairs too. What is a dream though is the amount of compartments ...

    A Real Canterbury Tale

    A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Aug 30, 2014

    57 photos

    ... one for a missionary school, which was located at the abbey. Augustine was the 1st Archbishop of Canterbury. With the Norman Conquest in 1066, the Abbey was demolished and the stones were used to build a new church was was finished in 1072. Henry VIII, after his break with the Church of England, destroyed it. He left the cathedral alone since it was the seat of the Archbishop and that would have been going a bit too far, even for him. ...

    Thanks, Otterbox, you're a pal!

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Jun 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... antics to initiate conversation while out at night, then I will jump to the immediate conclusion that I will soon be washed by a wave of loathing into an ocean of despising you. If you stare at me for an uncomfortable amount of minutes, I am not intrigued, you’re making me uncomfortable, my peripheral vision is strained, and I will probably start picking my nose before approaching you with a bubbly, “have we met?”. If you have to supply mass quantities of ...

    Day 13 ~ Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Aug 07, 2013

    ... It had a lovely though far away view of the cathedral. Then the children headed to the play structure that was a very simple wooden maze with a slide in the middle.The children enjoyed that quite a bit. We then made our way back to the car & headed back to Ramsgate.

    We got back with really no trouble & had dinner with the rest of the family who ended up having a good day with their adventure.