The Cherries B&B

Address: 25 Cherry Orchard, Chestfield, Kent, England, CT53NH, 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, Roman Museum, and Royal Museum & Art Gallery.
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      Planning - this really does need to happen soon!

      A travel blog entry by bennw on Feb 01, 2015

      ... and I am sure the trip will just flash past.

      Now, do we book before we go or shall we see how the mood takes us? A leisurely meal at mine to mull this over and complete the 'visa' or whatever it is, to get us into the country planne din the next couple of weeks.

      PJ's sorted, the rest still to be considered. :)

      Yes, we have no bananas!!

      A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jan 11, 2015

      1 comment

      ... to text my sister to ask her to get them so they didn't just rot away. luckily they are in a Lakeland green bag.....
      Unfortunately the weather changed and the wind got up and howled all night, making the bike covers flap a ...

      Of BIG sand and BIG seagulls …..

      A travel blog entry by w14 on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 33 photos

      ... cash we had left on the
      greasiest and oiliest fish and chips I have ever had (battered of course – the English haven’t heard of crumbing …). Ate part of dinner (seriously I could hear my arteries hardening with
      every bite) and then decided to try to find the Carvanning and Camping Club site Linda suggested for our first night. Well got the Sat Nav (Gertude) working and eventually worked out how to find a campsite on it. With ...

      A day at the seaside

      A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jul 06, 2013

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      It's another baking summer's day so where better to spend it than the English seaside? After a leisurely breakfast in the garden we head to Victoria station and jump on the 10.22 to Whitstable, renowned for its quaint beauty and fantastic oysters.

      Southeast Trains however are far from fantastic. This being our little holiday we've decided to treat ourselves to first class tickets. Whenever we travel to Devon on family visits via train, the first class
      option is ...


      A travel blog entry by jayton on May 13, 2013

      ... made to direct tourists to this area.

      Anyway, the Pantiles area is the original part of Tunbridge and though it is now built up you can see its former glory in the old buildings in the area. The main town has developed further up the hill and is like so many old English towns that have fallen into decline over the years. A lot of old buildings have fallen into disrepair as the businesses closed. All in all not a place we ...