Premier Inn Whitstable

Address: Thanet Way, Whitstable, Kent, England, CT5 3DB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Thanet Way, Whitstable, is near Royal Museum & Art Gallery, Druidstone Park, and Farming World.
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    A lovely coastal walk

    A travel blog entry by nicknurden on Jul 12, 2015

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    The morning weather was cloudy but dry (the forecast rain stayed away) so we decided to do the walk along the coast from Broadstairs to the Viking ship at Pegwell Bay that we wanted to do. After a gentle start we set off from Margaret's at about 10.00.

    We walked down to the seafront at Broadstairs and then set off in the direction of Ramsgate staying up on the cliff tops. It was breezy, but ...

    Step One- Whitstable & the Thames Estuary

    A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Aug 01, 2014

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    So after selling up, putting things in storage, buying a motorhome we find oursleves free but not able to drop out just yet.

    We have to sort things out and have a base. We head to Whitstable, it's a lovely seaside resort on the north Kent coast. Aside from the Isle of Sheppey's beaches, its the first bit of accessible beach to swim & sunbathe on from South London. Famous, for its still intact, Oyser beds, which Charles Dickens sampled ...

    Au revoir la France - off to Sissinghurst

    A travel blog entry by 5plimmers on Jul 01, 2014

    13 photos

    ... cool. It took us 1 hour and a half and we were shortly in England. We were so happy we were in England as four of us could now fully understand what people were saying. We grabbed a bite to eat at a cafe in Dover and mum went to Barclays Bank to activate an old bank account and withdraw some pounds. We caught an overland train to Staplehurst which was near where we were going to be staying for 2 nights. We are staying with friends- Dane and his wife Sarah ...

    Battle Abbey; Battle Scars!

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... 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 ...

    This is so far behind....

    A travel blog entry by rmid118 on Nov 24, 2012

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... continue apologising to the porcine world when I am enjoying my pork chops! At night John and Jude joined us for dinner at this marvellous old pub called " The Great House". We have not been disappointed with any of the food we have enjoyed on this trip and I can only add that the meal here deserved another round of superlatives in the flavour department. Of course another late night, but who cares, it will all be over to soon anyway.