Larkfield Priory Hotel

Address: 802 London Road, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME20 6HJ, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 802 London Road, Maidstone, is near Chislehurst Caves, Teapot Island, North Downs Way National Trail, and Russian Submarine.
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      Travel Blogs from Maidstone

      Like a Rolling (Maid)Stone

      A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 22, 2014

      14 photos

      ... br> This is where the Peasants Revolt started in 1381. Wat Tyler lead an uprising that marched from Maidstone to London, where they pleaded with the 14 year old king, Richard II that the clergy and the Barons repeal the poll tax and that workers had the right to chose their employer, not be feudally owned by the local baron.
      They killed him of course, but the uprising was an historic moment in the quest for ...

      Tower of London

      A travel blog entry by richkate on Jul 06, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      Down at Totara Springs we have enjoyed over the last 4 years, a constant stream of overseas volunteers. Often through a group called Lattitude Global volunteering. Rachel Grey from here in London was the original Lattitude girl back in 2011 and returned again to Totara in 2012. So it was very cool to meet with her and the boyfriend tonight and have a meal together in Piccadilly Sq. Before this however we had a day of sightseeing to do. When Kate was crook the ...

      First day on the Tube

      A travel blog entry by amandacole on May 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... was particularly interested in, was the crypts which held the burial spots for Admiral Nelson and the Duke of Wellington. We also climbed countless stairs up the Cathedral to get to the Whispering Gallery which allowed people to whisper aganst the the wall so people could hear from the other side.

      After St. Pauls we were off to the Tower of London where we were able to see the old suits of Armour for the past kings as well as the weapons and Armour conquered by ...

      Bumper People and Eerie Tube Stations

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Mar 01, 2014

      ... without seats was a group of football fans who were fairly well lit with liquor including one friend who couldn't really stand, being that intoxicated. Luckily his friends got him into the toilet by requesting to jump the queue and everyone agreed because we all thought he was going to hurl on someone otherwise. Then his friends took him off to the end and sat him on the floor. Some nights, my hubby can sleep on the train going home but not tonight. ...

      The Last Supper

      A travel blog entry by kristenrenee on Sep 15, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... of course...and something out of the norm for London. I had a cheese board, which is usually reserved for dessert, but I did it anyway. My trip, my dinner, my way! I followed it up with a lovely roast chicken and the most delectable red wine gravy you could ever taste. Honesty, I could have made a meal of the Yorkshire pudding and the gravy, but the chicken was pretty insane too!

      I was stuffed after that, but you must take every opportunity you have ...