Railway Hotel

Preston St., Faversham, Kent, England, ME13 8PE, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $104.00

Travel Blogs from Faversham

At last we sorted the engine problems

A travel blog entry by arabellefrance


12 days in Ramsgate. Reason dirty diesel that damaged the fuel pump! 2 marine engineers later and we set to go Saturday 07:00 IF visibility is good!! Can't believe it! Hope the gremlins are behind us, we need some luck. Thanks to everyone that supported ...

Trains and flights out of china

A travel blog entry by carolineandkent

In order to get china visa, the consulate needs to have confirmation as to how we arrive and depart. We have now booked and paid for our flights from Beijing to Kuala Lumpur and the 4 train journeys from Moscow to Beijing. Once visas for Russia and China are in our passports we will book hotels for Russia, Mongolia and China for the 3 of us and then Kent and I will plan our hotels and onward travel from KL to Singapore, Borneo, Brunei and ...

And so to the forest

A travel blog entry by tedandanne

... after falling off the top of a Robin burger. the site is a good un and we are quite happy until we arrive back to discover the yappy dog family in a tent next to us far to close and pointing their door at ours! how dare they, Anne very concerned that they could se r in her bed! Forgot to say that a very kind tanker driver on the way down told us our roof window was open.We had fun in the wee village and charity shopped for a ...

Another update from Kent for 2-14 Aug

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin


... becoming a place of pilgrimage for Christians worldwide, which is the basis for Geoffrey Chaucer's, "The Canterbury Tales". Canterbury is a lovely place and well worth another visit to see all its attractions.

Another outing was to Rochester which is another old city with Roman remains, a Cathedral, a Castle and a very attractive High Street. Charles Dickens had a country home nearby, wrote many of his novels there, and based many of his characters ...

Kent, 25 July – 2 August 2013

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin


... We followed the recommended walking trail along old, narrow streets full of interesting buildings and saw the Guildhall (built in 1579), St Peter’s Church (some Norman remains but mostly 14th century), St Clement’s Church (with its original Norman tower).

The Guildhall is still used as the council offices and St Clement’s is still the parish church. They have some quaint customs in England e.g. St ...

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