Seabrook House

Address: 81 Seabrook Road, Hythe, Kent, England, CT21 5QW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81 Seabrook Road, Hythe, is near Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Crypt of St. Leonard, and Reinden Wood.
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    Travel Blogs from Hythe

    Fleeing Folkestone

    A travel blog entry by cduval on Apr 09, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... of their own, to read it - and I'm glad to say we did stay at a very pleasant hotel which served the best fresh green veg risotto I've ever tasted. There are some good things happening.

    But if I had to live here in one of those faded, depressing flats down on the asphalted beach front, I'd be planning my escape route 24/7.

    Which brings me to something nice in Folkestone - the little boats in the harbour. One was called Caractacus - a nice link ...

    On Our Way!!

    A travel blog entry by bronjack on May 10, 2014

    6 comments, 12 photos

    ... maybe there was safety in numbers! We drifted back to sleep only to wake at dawn with sound of a motorbike doing donuts outside our tent-getting closer and closer until they finally brushed our tent. That got our hearts pumping again, and we stuck our head out of the tent to face the local louts! This then scared them off! Out from the bushes emerged our camping partners-2 young lads and their girlfriends (think youths living in an industrial suburb and you get ...

    Old, older, oldest

    A travel blog entry by alanandnise on Sep 29, 2013

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... we got there, but by the time we left it was getting really busy. The promenade is clearly the place to be seen wearing lycra as it was everywhere. It really is a truism that only about 10% of people who wear lycra should wear it, and the promenade was no exception.

    From there we drove to the town of Battle, where on Saturday 14 October 1066, the armies of the English King Harold, and the Norman Duke William fought a mighty and bloody battle. William ...

    Day 14 ~ Riding the railway

    A travel blog entry by edwardsfamtrips on Aug 08, 2013

    ... Dover might be busy. Thankfully we ended up getting to the train before it left & only a couple of small disagreements in the car. We all sat in one train car though it had multiple spaces for people to sit. We rode the train all the way to end of the line in Dungeness which is where they have a nuclear power plant. All of the children seemed to enjoy the ride. Mr kept wanting to stick his face out the window ...

    Farewell London

    A travel blog entry by katelouise1504 on Dec 28, 2012

    ... up our car for the remainder of our trip. I had asked for an Astra however, we will be driving a Ford... It was so nice for us to be back in a car and on our own schedule. Our first destination was Leeds castle. It is billed by them as the loveliest castle in the world,, A big statement! I will admit that the grounds were lovely, even in the cold, wind and rain. But the castle itself was mostly re-created and a little too perfect. After ...