Premier Inn Whitstable

Address: Thanet Way, Whitstable, Kent, England, CT5 3DB, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Thanet Way, Whitstable, is near Royal Museum & Art Gallery, Druidstone Park, and Farming World.
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    Travel Blogs from Whitstable

    The start of some planning...

    A travel blog entry by helenoftravels on Aug 10, 2015

    ... anyone who knows me will understand, this was a very important feature for me haha!)

    The other things I still need to do are sort out my travel visas, working out just what to pack for a summer in New Zealand and scorching Asia, and starting and completing my TEFL course. All this and more before I fly away in January!

    I have a lot to learn...
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    A castle with a real moat!

    A travel blog entry by os2015 on Aug 06, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... The Castle contains farms, woodland, golf course, open space, and several gardens, and we wandered through some, taking quite a few photos. Some gardens were rambling, some very neat. A lot of espaliered pear trees. We didn't go to the childrens playgrounds and events area of course, but this place caters for everyone of all ages. When we arrived and saw the number of cars in car parks, and being summer school holidays, we feared crowds, queues etc., but far from ...

    Battle Abbey; Battle Scars!

    A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Jul 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... called William the Conquerer. The day was scorching hot so we did not do the whole battlefield walk, but I could envisage the scene: the Anglo-Saxon army entrenched on the hilltop where I was standing, sure of victory against the Norman forces below. When all seemed lost for the Normans, Duke William rode amongst his men and rallied them for one last attempt. They marched toward the hill, and, when Harold's army encountered then, the Normans turned around and seemed to run away. ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by paulwoodsie on Mar 22, 2013

    Had a full English including bacon and pork sausage cooked by an Arab just down the road from Johns place yum yum.Decided to go for a drive to Canterbury but on the way called to see if Frank and Kath were home spoke to Timothy wow he's not good when he first wakes up anyway they went home but got a phone number to contact direct, spoke to penny on the phone and arrange a time to catch up at here place. Did the park and ride thing from Sturry best way to do it no parking ...

    Apprehension

    A travel blog entry by yesfaceman on Jan 07, 2011

    ... wife (devout catholics called Mary and Joseph - boom boom) for the first two months at least. helping out in a school. i dont know what il be doing there, but il just rock up and make sure everyone has a bit of fun - probably at my expense. the remaining time is all a bit up in the air - it depends on finance mostly. i have fallen short on my savings considerably and i have three weeks to raise about 600. but there's always a ...