Best Western Manor Hotel

Address: Hever Court Road, Singlewell, Kent, England, DA12 5UQ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Hever Court Road, Singlewell, is near Walmer Beach, The London Golf Club - Heritage Course, and Isle of Thanet.
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    Travel Blogs from Singlewell

    5th Day - Paddington, King's Cross & Guildhall

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Jul 21, 2015

    ... it where we decided to get our pics taken at. We then went in search of the bronze statue of Paddington near one of the train platforms. Jon found it in the station along with a cute bench. We also passed a memorial to those people that worked for the train stations but chose to volunteers to fight in WW II. Jon also found a statue of Isambard Brunel who Jon was almost named after by Judith & Tony. Brunel was the architect for the station as well ...

    Day 6 ~ Real tourists

    A travel blog entry by basbraham02 on Jul 06, 2015

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... of London learning about D-Day itself, Winston Churchill and our guides individual life!! He was a great guide! Then, after about 20 minutes of driving, the driver dismounted, the captain mounted, and without any further ado we plunged into the water! Then, whilst still learning about d-day, we drove through the same waters that Churchill had done with his army - so many years ago. After he duck tour ...

    Day 4: London, England

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Jun 08, 2015

    26 photos

    ... to see so many sparkles in one place :) The grounds also has miscellaneous animal statues (monkeys, lions, polar bear, etc.). This was to representing the zoo like period at the Tower (when gifting exotic animals was appropriate). It's said the polar bear used to be simply tied to one of the side walls with enough chain it could reach the Thames River and feed itself. From here, we passed the Cabinet War Rooms (where Winston Churchill ran the ...

    Days 12/13/14 - Weekend in London

    A travel blog entry by sdsupharm2015 on Apr 20, 2015

    3 photos

    ... that at least 600 men were needed just to move one of these stones. Few objects have been found there, and none suggest how it was used. Only the arrangements of the stones can give us a clue as to what it was used for. The stones were aligned with the rising and setting of the sun at the midsummer and midwinter solstices, suggesting that people gathered for ceremonies at these times of the year. The highlight of the city of ...

    I went to Hogwarts!

    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Nov 22, 2014

    66 photos

    ... dungeons, the gates to Hogwarts, the doors to the chamber of secrets, flying cars and quidditch and much much more

    Back lot
    The Dursley's house, the Potter's house, the chess pieces from the philosopher's stone, the knight bus, Hagrid's bike, and other set pieces.

    There is also a food and beverage hit here where you can buy a butterbeer. I was expecting it to be warm. Instead it was cold and was more like a creamy spider drink. Still good :)