Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Ashford Road, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME14 4NQ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maidstone

Celebrities + East Meets West

A travel blog entry by lucyando


... there was an Australian guy within earshot. It was so strange hearing his accent - I've gotten so used to hearing the British accent that even my thoughts sound British! Tonight was also packing time. Theoretically, anyway - I haven't finished yet! Tomorrow is our last day; we get on a plane at 8pm (7am Thursday, Melbourne time) so we need to be packed & ready to go by our check out time at 10am. We have done everything we planned/wanted to do, so tomorrow is a bonus ...

Flying home today

A travel blog entry by nicoll


... the foreign languages (hmm, a bit more than the lead, given I didn't say one work in a language other than English!) and for staying calm when things got complicated. And a thank-you to the people who sent me emails and comments about the blog, and even the random person who corrected my spelling once, and even answered one of my questions! Very bizarre to think a stranger wants to read my blog! Until next time ...

The Outer Hebrides Experience!

A travel blog entry by narabouts

We set off from Maidstone at about 7.30am on Bank Holiday Monday. Aiming to get through the Dartford Tunnel and beyond the M11 before the rest of the country surfaced from its bed! We were meeting our friends Tim and Maggie and Glen their dog at the Boroughbridge campsite before continuing up to Scotland to meet our other friends Chris and Doug on the Isle of Skye. It was a hot day and we had a lovely ...

London day eight

A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope


... so I can't share them here yet). Returned our bikes and headed to Greenwich, taking the docklands light rail. Saw the old naval college, the National Maritime Museum and most importantly, my first obviously Palladian style mansion, Queen's House. Walked up to the Royal Observatory and stepped on the prime meridian. Came back to Greenwich town and had some jam ...

Sheer(ness) ghastliness

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle


... themselves 'swampies'.
Need we say more?

On the outskirts of Sheerness is an area of the town called Blue Town.
This relates back to the 1700s, when workmen in the Royal Naval Dockyard built ramshackle houses out of short pieces of wood known as 'chips'. Permission to take this wood was only granted if it was less than 3ft in length and could be carried on one shoulder. The name Blue town comes from the fact that the houses were painted with blue naval paint. Those who ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Ashford Road, Maidstone, is near Leeds Castle, Chislehurst Caves, and North Downs Way National Trail.
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