Howfield Manor Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHowfield Manor Hotel Chartham
Switched to Howfield Manor at last minute when previously booked accommodation unavailable. Friendly, efficient service, clean, beautiful property, sense of place and locale. Highly recommend. And it stopped raining...
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I've spent the day in and about Canterbury Cathedral, a fascinating and rich experience. Canon Clare, who is a residential canon here (I hope that I have the distinction correctly) gave me a spectacular tour after I spent a few hours on my own wandering through it. My favorite quote from her was "God owns us, we don't own God," only she said it …
The alarm went at 5:00 am and I dived up, shaking Jonny awake. "It's time to get up," I whispered to a very groggy and not, as predicted, excited, Jonny. I refused to shower until he at least sat up for fear of returning to a snooze-monster. After showers all-round and a quick last-minute check, we were on the road by 6:15, with hot buttered toast courtesy of my Mum. A nice little ...
DAY 42 Just cruised around the streets again today checking the bars along the way, we did plan on just having a chill out by the pool but it's a real windy day so gave it a miss. What can I say about Santorini Airport, if you can avoid it, not a pleasant experience by any means. The flight seemed to take forever. Arrived around 11pm at Gatwick airport and stayed at a hotel there for the night. DAY 43 ...
... volcano, rising to a height of 1,026 m (3,366 ft) ASL. There is no recorded eruption of the volcano, and its last activity probably dates to the Holocene era. One academic report indicates activity within the last 2000 years, but it is believed that this refers to the volcano's geothermal activity.
... suckered the Anglo-Saxon troops into chasing them, turned and cut them to ribbons. Legend has it that King Harold was felled by an arrow in the eye, but some accounts say he was hacked to death....we will never know for sure.. William erected an Abbey on the top of the hill, the high altar marking the spot where Harold fell. Not much of the original building is left, but the ruins give a good picture of the immense size of the entire building. How would history have been changed ...