Lympne Castle Cottages

Address: Lympne Castle The Street, Lympne, Kent, England, CT21 4LQ, United Kingdom | Condo
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This condo, located on Lympne Castle The Street, Lympne, is near Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and Crypt of St. Leonard.
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        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking

        TripAdvisor Reviews Lympne Castle Cottages

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Lympne

        A trip to Canterbury

        A travel blog entry by hammondsencore on Sep 07, 2014

        11 photos

        ... 2 churches tied together. The first, earlier built part culminates at an altar, but then you go up a flight of stairs and there is nearly a whole additional church beyond that, with choir stalls and a second altar and then side chapels behind that. The very back most chapel is for the modern day martyrs and has a book with the brief stories of people like the priest who took the place of others and was killed in one of the concentration camps, and Bonhoeffer ...

        Feed the Birds

        A travel blog entry by craigandrea on Jul 02, 2014

        ... Oscar and Bentleys. It was fantastic! Unfortunately our fancy multi-zone i-pad plug broke yesterday and both i-pads were flat, so though we did get some great photos, they are on the camera and will have to wait until we get home to be seen. Well I guess I had better try to get some sleep as Craig is already sleeping next to me. We bought a new charger today so tomorrow should have some good ...

        Knights of the Realm

        A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 16, 2014

        4 photos

        ... intact with 3 story ceilings and original 700 year old woodwork. This place has had amazing care through the centuries. Needlepoint from 1713 looks like it was just finished, armour is polished and the medieval dining room is still used for special occasions with the large stone fireplace blazing and the candles on the chandelier lit. The grounds are very French reminding me of Verseille. Everything is ...

        British history 102 (we're pretty advanced)

        A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jun 13, 2013

        17 photos

        ... his life and controversial death. Laura was in her element, as we walked from pillar to post to ensure we were fully absorbed in the Richard III fever. At least I now knows he was a Yorkist. We ended our Richard the III experience on the very field where he would have given ‘his kingdom for a horse’/died on Bosworth Field.

        Leaving Monarchs behind, we headed toward the intellectual capital of England, Cambridge. Whilst they ...

        Canterbury for the Day!

        A travel blog entry by shelby.alex12 on May 21, 2013

        5 photos

        ... of shops. Kelly and I had our last farewell tea time together in an Italian bistro after class and then tried a meringue because I had never had one. They were different, not sure I'm a huge fan. Upon returning to the train station we met a family walking to pick up their eldest son from school because it was his birthday. His younger brother Michael said he was "nearly 5" and he ...