Flackley Ash Hotel And Restaurant

Address: Peasmarsh, East Sussex, England, TN31 6YH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Peasmarsh, is near St. Mary's Parish Church, Great Dixter House & Gardens, Rye Castle Museum, and Lamb House.
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      ... a day trip to the Bodiam castle. It is what you imagine an old castle to be. It looks amazing from the outside. It has a good treasure hunt and activities for the kids.
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      Canterbury, but no red and blacks!

      A travel blog entry by fitchett on Oct 03, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

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      Iceland is Niceland, the UK is OK

      A travel blog entry by caryn.solomon on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... Iceland as Niceland. I got an early cab to the airport catching my flight to the UK with ease. Arrival was 50 tons of culture shock. Gatwick is complete chaos. Just getting through customs was like something of a movie with military like control and cameras being thrust in your face. No one smiles or welcomes you. You are asked a million questions about your visit. Everyone is mad at you for being in the way (you need to try moving along smartly when you have ...

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      A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Apr 23, 2014

      ... to sort myself out, but which in the event was anything but.

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