Tudor Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Ashford Road, Maidstone, Kent, England, ME14 4NQ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Maidstone

    Like a Rolling (Maid)Stone

    A travel blog entry by reynauld on Jul 22, 2014

    14 photos

    ... clothier friends might like to see (It includes old underwear. No not mine, old fashioned underwear)

    Later in the day I wandered the streets, and went for a ride for a few hours around Kent, to familiarise myself with the bike.
    All in all, Maidstone was quiet and comfortable, so I decided to stay a second night.
    Silly me, Tuesdays are Students night in Maidstone..
    Now where did I put that Druid Arms Ale?
    ...

    Trip Planning March 2014

    A travel blog entry by stu900 on Mar 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... Group under Rear Admiral Russell S. Berkey, and the Motor Torpedo Boat Group under Lt. Com. N. Burt Davis, on the 15 December 1944.Included were 11,878 combat troops; 9,578 army air force; and 5,901 Service troops under the command of General William C. Dunkel who prepared the airport for the landing of air forces for the landing at Lingayen, Pangasinan to free Luzon.In connection with the above is the recognition of a group of Filipino ...

    Randall Chrissy pressie

    A travel blog entry by cathterry on Dec 30, 2013

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... James' park where we were yesterday. It's the back of No 10 Diwning Street, but still no sight if Mr C. Whitehall where all the monuments and statutes of army chiefs from the world wars. We get our pic with one of the guards on their horse. Past Scotland Yard. Had to explain to Mac if he didn't buck up his ideas ....... Then time to head to our special surprise. The London Eye. Kids are truly thrilled when they finally find out. It's pretty much chaos, lines everywhere, but we ...

    Living with the Masai

    A travel blog entry by hannahbatchelor on Aug 30, 2013

    ... pen!

    While we were there we were able to go to a wedding and a baptism. The wedding was like a traditional English wedding, except for the beaded jewellery and the Masai blankets everyone wore, but the ceremony was very similar. The baptism was the same, although we were amazed by the presents the family got for the baby - they must have got at least 1000 worth!

    Although there were good moments, the Masai certainly wasn't our highlight. The culture is very sexist, and ...

    Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by hjubb on Aug 02, 2013

    3 photos

    ... dry bag, topbox and tank bag, probably not as efficiently packed as my Swiss heritage should enable, requires a great deal more finesse. The bike is heavier but not unmanageable, but there are differences to adjust to. The front end is lighter on acceleration (and with all that gear on, I do *not* want to be pulling wheelies!), slowing down takes a little longer and for my sake needs to be smooth, and the muscles which have strengthened ...