East Lenham Farm

Address: Lenham, Maidstone, Kent, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lenham, Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Maidstone

A Long Man and Leeds Castle

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 11, 2015

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... car with the only incident being Jessamy taking a slip down a muddy hill.
It took a while to find a hotel to stay in nearby - there are not many that have suitable configurations for 6 people. Eventually we found the Grange Manor which was like a set of two story houses joined together with a large dining hall added on the back. We decided to go out for a cheaper meal but couldn't really find something on a Sunday night in an unfamiliar town. We ended up eating in a restaurant ...

Our night in a castle

A travel blog entry by hobbsteri on Dec 11, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... rooms, learning about the owners, the parties (the perfect party house, even frequently visited by JFK) and the refurbishments. Interestingly the castle was saved and owned by a number of women over the last few centuries.

Later on there was another gingerbread model, this time like a massive doll house with a lot of the different rooms of the castle replicated in gingerbread and icing! Yum....
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There's No Place Like Home

A travel blog entry by hannahbatchelor on Dec 10, 2012

So we finally reached our last week of travelling! We had one week left to spend in Bangkok before we flew home. We spent the week exploring temples, catching up at the cinema (before each film they play the national anthem and everyone stands to sing!), and most importantly hitting the markets! Bangkok has a HUGE weekend market, we spent 6 hours there on the Saturday, and 7 hours on the Sunday, and still missed large parts of it, it was incredible!

One day ...

Sheer(ness) ghastliness

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Nov 09, 2012

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... live here lived in hulks of old war ships in the harbour.

Conditions were dreadful. Theft was rife, sanitation poor and malaria a problem. In the 1820s these houses were burnt down and better housing was built, but the name remains.

Lord Brabazon's Royal Aero club was formed here in the early 1900s to popularise ballooning. I guess in those days there were not as many pylons to get entangled with. Today it might be more tricky! But the place had many well known ...

Finding roots in Maidstone, Staplehurst, Headcorn

A travel blog entry by terryboo on May 22, 2012

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... br> This morning after a lovely breakfast we went straight to the bus station and bought two return tickets to Headcorn, (total 12 BP) The bus left Maidstone at 9:45 and got to Headcorn at about 10:15am. We walked through the village green to find the town sign with the windmill. At the post office we bought a Headcorn magazine that was put out by their historical society. We also bought a couple of walking route maps for public ...

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