Gladstone House

Address: 60 Newton Road, Faversham, Kent, England, ME13 8DZ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 60 Newton Road, Faversham, is near Farming World.
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      Travel Blogs from Faversham

      Planning - this really does need to happen soon!

      A travel blog entry by bennw on Feb 01, 2015

      ... But we finally both came to the same conclusions - the Statue of Liberty (probably viewed by boat from the river as I wasnt brave enough to go in the helicopter), a carriage ride in Central Park, 911 memorial, breakfast at Tiffanys and a mooch round Macys looking at al of the delightful things on offer. Some lovely food and ...

      Last day at home

      A travel blog entry by beckyleanne442 on Jan 26, 2015

      1 photo

      We said more goodbyes after a lovely evening at Paul's Nan's. Paul's Auntie Kerry had made us an incredible cake, decorated with a map of Australia complete with giant icing kangaroo, surf board and angel fish. The only problem was the sea was painted with blue dye that stained everyone's fingers, lips and ...

      Our final blog from Kent

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Aug 23, 2013

      15 photos

      ... which comprises a 14th century moated castle (no longer used) and a new, Victorian, house. We went around the new house which had many items salvaged from the old Castle eg it had books from the 1600s, through the ages to authors we’ve read and even had a bookcase full of Penguin paperbacks!

      We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Kent – now onto ...

      Kent, 25 July – 2 August 2013

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Jul 25, 2013

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... Despite its name, the Battle of Hastings was fought 9 miles away at Battle – the original name was "Senlac Ridge" It was called Battle by the Conqueror after he won – obviously not an imaginative man!!!!.

      The Battle of Hastings is where William, Duke of Normandy, defeated King Harold II to become William I in 1066 and so changed England forever. Apparently, the Pope ordered the Normans to do penance for killing ...

      The Sun Inn at Faversham

      A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Mar 12, 2013

      3 photos

      ... above the wharf.

      We drove back into the town centre and parked the car. On foot, we walked to the market square and the guidhall above the covered market. We went to The Sun inn to escape the freezing wind and had our last drink in Kent. For me, it was half a pint of Spitfire.

      Having returned to the car, we drove to Ospringe just ...