Stone Court Hotel

Address: 28 Lower Stone St., Maidstone, Kent, England, ME15 6LX, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 28 Lower Stone St., Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle, Chislehurst Caves, Teapot Island, and North Downs Way National Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Maidstone

A Long Man and Leeds Castle

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 11, 2015

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... beautiful perched in the middle of a expansive moat (lake). The castle has been owned and visited and rebuilt by a number of Kings of England and various Dukes. It was interesting reading about its history. The original "castle" was probablly made of wood and is listed in the Domesday Book commissioned by William in 1086. Some of the main castle building is private and used for conferences and seminars (including some important political events in the past). The visitor trail ...

We made it.... The good, the bad and the ugly

A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Sep 05, 2014

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... London bus. No. 24 according to Liz would take us into London. Alright let's go. Sitting up the top of the red double decker bus snaking through the narrow streets and around corners that seemed to be only small enough for a smart car not a large double decker bus. We made our way to the centre of London. "Thank you everyone this bus terminates here" " but this isn't trafalgar square" Right no bus, wrong direction" so onto another 24 bus and off ...

So it begins...I arrived!

A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Aug 10, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... how long the lines were to get a ticket - but after getting my Oyster Pass (transit card), I began scoping out the train system and found very well marked and easy to follow. The 45 minute ride just to arrive into the city reminded me of Portland. But with no issues, transferred trains and arrived at my stop. Of course when I went outside it was raining and to my surprise there were no street signs that I could find. One lap around the block and I found a map by a ...

London Eye, Buckingham Palace & Westminster Ab

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers on Jul 04, 2014

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... special areas and getting special treatment! Then he gave us order sheets from this year's Anzac Service that was held in the Abbey and even let us sit in the NZ seat in the Quire where the NZ High Commissioner Lockwood Smith usually sits. It was so much fun and even my Dad enjoyed it. We went back to our house for dinner and watched the World Cup on TV, except Dad who went and met a friend and got home late. From ...

Where the heart is.

A travel blog entry by alizayj on Mar 24, 2014

My first conscious memory of London is a vivid image of the evening sun strewn across Hyde Park, at age 3, as i fed the ducks with our cook (before he became an alcoholic and when his food was still edible... Gran is right, those were simpler times). Fast forward age 8, I remember coming here after having been to the States, and thinking, "I can’t believe this is my sister's favourite city. There's nothing to do, and even McDonalds doesn’t taste as good ...