Chilston Park Hotel

Address: Boughton Road, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME17 2BE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Boughton Road, Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle and Kent's Native Architecture Hall Houses.
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          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking

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          • Room service
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Chilston Park Hotel Maidstone

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Maidstone

          Leeds Castle

          A travel blog entry by suepeter on Mar 28, 2015

          10 photos

          ... liked the castle and grounds, well worth a visit. The flowers were just starting to come out and the swans had some little cygnets. The entry is valid for a year so we might go back on a fine day to explore the grounds further. ...

          Like a Rolling (Maid)Stone

          A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 22, 2014

          14 photos

          ... and status of the common workers against the landed aristocracy.

          There were even early rumblings against the excesses of the clergy, in the preachings of John Ball. Ball gave speaches and sermons to the gathering crowd that all men and women were created equal as we are all the children of Adam and Eve (his words, not mine), and riled them up to seek equality, by killing royal clerks and destroying legal documents ...

          Living with the Masai

          A travel blog entry by hannahbatchelor on Aug 30, 2013

          ... iron as opposed to mud. Although in most of the many thunderstorms the mud floor often washed away!

          On our first day we were thrown into it headfirst, we milked one of the many goats, then milked a cow, chased the giraffes from the garden, and then made chipati over the fire for dinner. All adorned in Masai jewellery that they had given us as a welcome presents! We soon got into it, and by the end were able to sit in the smoked filled kitchen and help peel some of the many ...

          The Eagle has Landed!

          A travel blog entry by ceebie on Jul 22, 2013

          2 comments

          Top marks for Air Canada for roomy seats and chair-back TVs. Touchdown was 11.23 this morning. In no time at all, we are car park bound and back on the M25 to Biggin Hill.

          It's always nice to get home. Apparently, the UK has been in the grip of a heatwave since we left a fortnight ...

          Approaching the scary unknown

          A travel blog entry by kirstyscotter on Jun 29, 2012

          ... just how little I will be able to take with me! Lately I've been wondering why I chose to do this trip being only 17 and going alone, but as I look through pictures of other peoples trips and read my lonely planet guides I realise just how lucky I am and can't wait to jump on the plane!

          Roll on the 2nd of ...