Amanda House

Address: 34 A Nunnery Fields, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 3JT, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 34 A Nunnery Fields, Canterbury, is near Canterbury Cathedral, Howletts Wild Animal Park, The Canterbury Tales, and Roman Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Canterbury

    From Rye to Hythe

    A travel blog entry by atrikeandabike on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    We had an excellent night and feel really refreshed even though I woke at 5.30am! I thought it was 6.30am and not worth going back to sleep as our alarm is set for 7am! It was only when I put my glasses on later that I realised my mistake. I can see clearly now!

    After being online earlier to write an email, it has suddenly gone off and I can't reconnect. Why in this day and age can ...

    My tale doesn't end in Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Aug 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... of local finds;
    Materials and their Uses - Glass, Metal, Stone, Earth.
    Collections of spoons & cannon balls and broaches in the Metals case.
    Roman, medieval, Victorian and modern glass cups, bowls, and decorations.
    Pottery and ceramics and all sorts of curios all dropped in together.

    Strange Indian and Mongolian "trophies" brought back by a local missionary, who travelled the East for five years ...

    If only I had Tomb Raider's resilience..

    A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Mar 22, 2014

    3 photos

    Frankly, I've been sitting here for an hour reading Freud’s Civilization and its Discontents, but I use the term reading loosely considering I’m four pages in averaging 1.3333 cookies per page. Laws of Inertia leave me no hope that this pace will slow or cease. So, I’ll blog since if my body was a pie chart, it'd be 1/6th vanilla creme cookie and remainder hot air. The most ubiquitous, universal truths people know about me: I’m wildly socially awkward/ ...

    The end of the GBT - Canturbury

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Dec 17, 2013

    26 photos

    ... By that stage we had worked up a thirst so went in search of one of the pubs recommended by Jason's work mate for a pint and some good food. Was a great little brew-pub with it's own range of beers and an amazing ploughman's platter that was originally going to be a snack but ended up being big enough for dinner.

    Would have been nice to have a bit longer in Canterbury but we had a tight time frame with our flights ...

    Hello, goodbye

    A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 06, 2013

    50 photos

    ... It was obvious why, as we drove along the narrow streets and passed beautiful historical houses and buildings. Looking out the car window took you back in time and you could just about imagine how the people lived and moved around. On arriving in the heart of the village, we drove into a square with shops and a castle facing towards the middle of the paved street. We warmed up with a hot drink at the local cafe, which was just lovely, very cosy. ...