The Railway Hotel Appledore

Address: Station Road, Ashford, Kent, England, TN26 2DF, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Station Road, Ashford, is near Royal Military Canal.
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    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 20, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... only!) came across a shop selling these huge meringues of various flavours. They were as big as a small loaf of bread. For another day. Bought some hand made chocolate for consumption at the apartment. Mmmm, delicious! There will be more of this consumed over the next few days along with some local beer. At one end of the square was a church where a wedding was held as we first passed it. Noticed there are some small narrow buildings built hard up against it. They look like toy ...

    Day 15: Leeds, Dover, and Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by flahivemo on May 20, 2014

    67 photos

    ... come with a whole lot of changes in my life but I still have my family and friends and that is so much to be grateful for.  I got the last tea towel of my UK trip and headed back to the bus. It was a 2 hour bus ride home but I snoozed for quite a bit of it. After I got home me and Em made some dinner and watched game of thrones. Now I'm crashing to get a good nights rest before my last day in London. These last 15 days have FLOWN by and I know my 35 days in Europe are going to go even ...

    Lunch at the Queen's Place

    A travel blog entry by joelplotnek on Oct 01, 2013

    11 photos

    ... smallest castle room used by one of the Kings for a bed chamber. Mind you, it did seem a wee bit small at the time but only because we'd walked through a few dozen state rooms the size of small hockey fields. The next tip on making use of your castle is to furbish it with humongous furniture, enough to host a party of giants. Make sure you include a full suite of private and state rooms - his and hers. Finally, you need a room for every imaginable purpose ...

    From Chartwell to Canterbury

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 12, 2012

    31 photos

    ... was not much larger than our great room: two sitting areas, a space for the desk, then, of course, the area left clear for tourists. Most rooms had several bookcases, filled with lots of interesting books, including many volumes of Churchill’s own writing, in multiple languages. The walls were covered mostly with family portraits or paintings by WSC himself. He was a prolific if not very accomplished painter. There were a few photographs of ...


    A travel blog entry by martin84 on Feb 18, 2011

    ... to the mundane, peoples intrest in your stories starting to fade with your memories.

    I consider myself lucky because that didnt happen to me. When I was walking or doing any simple that didnt require 100% of my concetration pictures of places visited, a plaza in merida, a market in Hanoi palm trees and desert islands. (My two jobs in Maidstone were painting the house and sorting mail in the post office ...