The Chequers Inn

The Broadway, Lamberhurst, Kent, England, TN3 8DB, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on The Broadway, Lamberhurst, is near Scotney Castle Garden, Pashley Manor Gardens, and Finchcocks Living Museum of Music.
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Travel Blogs from Lamberhurst

Queens, Darwin, and the Pooh Sticks Bridge

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 25, 2014

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... and Henry VIII gave it to his first wife Catherine of Aragon. A total of 5 queens have called it home. It has always been a palace to entertain and impress. It's been well cared for with major additions over the years. Then in the 1920's and 30's it was owned by Lady Baille. She spent an extraordinary amount of money turning it into her private palace for entertaining the rich and famous such as Errol ...

Happy Birthday To Me

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 21, 2014

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... roads will be gridlocked. We decided to go to Bridgebury Pinetum and Finchcocks Music Museum, both just a short distance down the road near Godhurst.

It it was a beautiful day. Highs in the mid 60's and sunny after a very rainy Easter yesterday. The Pinetum has lovely boardwalks, lakes, bike trails etc. There are about 800 species of pine trees and a third are on ...

Knights of the Realm

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 16, 2014

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... during the next conflict and most only lived in their castles for a few years before they died. The manor houses were passed down and added to by successive generations. Then along came Henry VIII who collected manor houses like some people collect books. Under the reign of Queen Elizabeth I many were returned to the descendants of the original owners.

Monday we visited Old Soar Manor and Ightham ...

Some Serious Birding

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 13, 2014

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... going out. This proved to be great for us as we could tag along and pick up on what they were identifying. We visited 3 blinds (hides) and had great views of nesting black headed and Mediterranean gulls, mute swans, shelducks, great crested grebes, tufted ducks and even a lapwing. After lunch we visited the town of Rye, a lovely ancient city with a beautiful church, medieval gate and half timbered buildings. Later ...

Powerful Leaders

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Apr 10, 2014

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... We visited Knole a very large estate that has been in the Sackville family for 400 years. Lord Robert Sackville-West and his family still live in a wing of the house and have a walled private garden. The rest of the estate including a 1000 acre deer park belong to the National Trust. While very impressive, this is not one of my favorites. It's cold, dark and has been a museum forever. The walls are covered ...