The Cherries B&B

Address: 25 Cherry Orchard, Chestfield, Kent, England, CT5 3NH, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 25 Cherry Orchard, Chestfield, is near Canterbury Cathedral, The Canterbury Tales, Royal Museum & Art Gallery, and Roman Museum.
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        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Chestfield

        Day 19. Dealing with deal

        A travel blog entry by stef.pybus on Oct 26, 2015

        ... Maybe being raised in Germany in a very direct and honest environment doesn't make that gap smaller...)

        But the government and what they're doing, I cant get myself to like them. England is probably the most orwellian country in the world and it's not only sniffing on its own citizens but also intercepts a lot of inter-european communication and is cabling it directly to the US. Combine that with the fact ...

        House move

        A travel blog entry by jessicalauren on Sep 29, 2015

        9 comments, 1 photo

        Today they finished packing the house and I am sad that I will only see all that stuff again when I get to Cape Town. I am also happy that the house packing is over. It's been pretty boring just watching everyone. I made this awesome video with my Ever After High and Monster High Dolls which I am going to put on You ...

        Detling Military Odyssey

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Aug 24, 2014

        9 comments, 139 photos

        ... have been just a re-enactment, but this went on all over London and the home counties, over 40,000 families died during the blitz and during the V1 and V2 attacks

        Even though the village was erected for the show, it was done very well, I was especially impressed with the pub, it looked great, a proper bar and fire, a real country pub (a shame it weren’t open for business)

        As usual, a picture is worth a 1000 words, so have a look at what photos I took at the ...

        Southern Ireland Trip

        A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 04, 2014

        2 comments, 1 photo

        Left home at 7.40am and topped up with diesel. Got on the motorway at 7.50 and apart from a brief loo break and a longer stop for lunch we arrived at the Windmills Park campsite at 2pm! Good trip with hardly any traffic and very few lorries. Crossed the Severn Bridge and parted with £6.40 for the privilege! Fantastic structure. ...

        Old, older, oldest

        A travel blog entry by alanandnise on Sep 29, 2013

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... we got there, but by the time we left it was getting really busy. The promenade is clearly the place to be seen wearing lycra as it was everywhere. It really is a truism that only about 10% of people who wear lycra should wear it, and the promenade was no exception.

        From there we drove to the town of Battle, where on Saturday 14 October 1066, the armies of the English King Harold, and the Norman Duke William fought a mighty and bloody battle. William ...