Camden Arms Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamden Arms Hotel Pembury
We stayed in the Camden Arms Hotel in August 2011 and had an amazing time. The room was beautiful with exquisite furniture. The food was delicious and served by ever friendly staff. The garden was really nice & relaxing.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
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... trains until London Bridge but I didn't think it was that bad. would I want to do it every workday morning? absolutely not. overall it was fun. met some interesting people, saw the queen (people were super excited about this) and took part in one of the more meaningful (and muddiest) war memorials.
the current cats are embroiled in what I can only describe as a very tense standoff. old cat does ...
... tears. The poor hotel manager was at a loss and promised to sort this out today and asked us to give them another chance to make things right. I am holding thumbs and toes at this point that he is able to offer us an improvement in room condition as I am a real fan of Radisson and wouldn't want my whole perception of them tainted based on this experience.
In Radisson's defence their staff have been fantastic and always courteous which does ...
... her parents I took the time to walk around the grounds. Wimbledon is like a world all unto it's own. All staff wear the same outfit in accordance with their role. They call you sir and mama, or in my case 'excuse me miss', and they seemed to be just as excited as you.
Flowers were spread throughout the grounds in the green, white and purple colours of Wimbledon. Bees were zipping in and around the flowers. It was just beautiful and for me so British. ...
... to bite so we had some lunch and a little rest. We had a bit of time to fill in so we went exploring, that was good until we discovered we had five minutes left before we had to be out the front to meet our guide. Which way is out? We went through room after room trying to find the exit, then we had all these stairs to run down, don't quite know how we got up so high. We got to the meeting point huffing ...
... passengers we waiting, In the lounge patiently. Eventually we boarded After kind massage chairs, For the long drawn out journey, Brydie's biggest of fears. The first leg was fine To Sydney, first stop We were fed yummy ice cream And chicken hot pot. Then the hardest flights dawned, 13 hours plus 8, Virgin Atlantic, We rested our fate. Seats were small, straight and upright, Air con dried out our skin, Was it hot? was ...