The Dering Arms

Address: Station Road, Pluckley, Kent, England, TN27 0RR , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Station Road, Pluckley, is near Chart Hills Golf Club and Kent's Native Architecture Hall Houses.
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    Travel Blogs from Pluckley

    From Rye to Hythe

    A travel blog entry by atrikeandabike on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... rely on technology? I'm reminded that there is only One completely unchanging, utterly reliable person in the entire universe and beyond - my Heavenly Father!
    We left Willow Tree House after a wonderful breakfast, at 10.15am. The Route took us down the other side of the River Rother to Camber, across to Lydd, up to Old Romney along a lovely narrow lane with grass growing up the ...

    1st of 2015

    A travel blog entry by cpb18 on Jan 01, 2015

    ... attired, but Billy and his partner (the name escapes me at the moment!) wore smooth bottomed shoes or trainers, not the best footwear for muddy fields. That being said, it was me who ended up on my ass! Half way round we were planning to stop at the pub described in the TimeOut walks book, but this being New Years Day it's opening times were later than usual. Only having 20min or so to wait we sat in the beer garden with the chickens ...

    Of BIG sand and BIG seagulls …..

    A travel blog entry by w14 on Jul 20, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... got our groceries at Tesco (like a Woolies) and bussed them back to Big Gert and felt so much better.

    The other campers for the most part were very friendly. Talked to a guy next door from olland (he said Holland not Netherlands). He and his wife were doing a tour of southern England for 2 weeks – really nice and easy to understand. We met another Dutch guy in the laundry area who was cycling around and another guy from England who helped ...

    De ja vu...

    A travel blog entry by dreamteam214 on Apr 01, 2014

    ... hong-kong/arti cle/1461200/giant-hailstones-batter-hon g-kong-observatory-hoists-black-rainsto rm

    Need we say more? Of all the things we thought could pose a threat to our safety around Asia, we id not expect mammoth hailstones to be one of them. So, after trading our sun hats for helmets, we are ready to go...

    Now full of mumma McBabe's feast, it's off to bed to get a decent nights sleep before the adventure begins...

    #prayforellaandruth


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    Prologue.

    A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jun 13, 2013

    ... up route from Chicago to Los Angeles through eight US states, go back to the US Louisiana Purchases of 1803 and before. Before 1803 the original US colonies were on the east coast. The USA officially began in Delaware (a US State in 1787) and then Virginia (a US State in 1788). Originally, everything west of The Jamestown Settlement (named after the English King James) was called Virginia: Virgin lands. The huge outflow from the Great Lakes that is the Mississippi River, was ...