The Kings Arms

Address: 18 Castle Street, Christchurch, Dorset, England, BH23 1DT, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 18 Castle Street, Christchurch, is near Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Christchurch Priory Church, Highcliffe Castle, and Chewton Glen Spa.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Kings Arms Christchurch

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Christchurch

    7 days to go!

    A travel blog entry by emillie1993 on Jul 12, 2015

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    ... 2 years ago today! before we stepped on Kenya soils and we knew nothing about beautiful Kenya until met the Kenyan children then we fell in love ever since, that's why we kept visiting! This trip would be my second time and Allys and Sara's third time. I will try my best to keep you lots updating during my stay in Kenya. I called Kenya a land of Love, Kindness and Joy ENJOY READING! ...

    Travelling through the counties

    A travel blog entry by thehammos on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... a cross between the old women who lived in a shoe and the highwayman - quite weird but it made you stop and have a look!! Then headed to the coast to Bournemouth to stretch our legs. There were people everywhere and even though it was only 23 degrees (felt like 18) lots of people sunbathing and swimming???? So many people after our quiet countryside. ...

    Ships and more Ships

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jul 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... as a rusting hulk in Wales. Refurbishing began in 1983 and followed the descriptive journal entries of a 14 year old boy who served on her. She was truly magnificent.
    After a quick lunch, we explored the HMS Victory, built in 1765 and again much restored to her original glory. She was Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship at Trafalgar, having served and being damaged in several wars before. At the time, she had a crew of 821 ...

    Beach, Brass, Old and New

    A travel blog entry by maggik on Sep 18, 2012

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    ... expensive).

    Oddities:
    Apart from ourselves we have seen some decidedly odd things. For instance a "tutti pole" - a small flower stick topped with an orange used in a festival peculiar to Hungerford , where we stopped for a coffee. The tutti pole used to be used to collect tithes or taxes but now the charge for the donation of an orange from the tutti man is a penny or a kiss,. don't ask me why! There were 2 poles in the cafe window - see if you can ...

    A visit to Stonehenge....

    A travel blog entry by tll-tina on Jun 12, 2012

    4 photos

    ... ferry/haul the 5 tonne+ rocks to the site and the construction to put them together in such a way that they have lasted to long is very impressive. Definitely an impressive site with quite the history!


    We had lunch at the site as well and then caught the tour bus back to Salisbury for our return train ride to London where we would be able ...