The Ship Inn

Address: 118 High Street, Dymchurch, Kent, England, TN29 0NS, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 118 High Street, Dymchurch, is near Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, Crypt of St. Leonard, Marsh Maize Maze, and Royal Military Canal.
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Travel Blogs from Dymchurch

A Long Man and Leeds Castle

A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 11, 2015

5 photos

... car with the only incident being Jessamy taking a slip down a muddy hill.
It took a while to find a hotel to stay in nearby - there are not many that have suitable configurations for 6 people. Eventually we found the Grange Manor which was like a set of two story houses joined together with a large dining hall added on the back. We decided to go out for a cheaper meal but couldn't really find something on a Sunday night in an unfamiliar town. We ended up eating in a restaurant ...

Medieval Rye

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jul 08, 2014

11 photos

... we saw today was what the town looked like in about 1740. This amazing feat took the couple four years and the town bought it from them to display it. It is simply amazing with all the detail. Wandering around the town with its prominent cobblestones sticking up was a bit uncomfortable at times with thin soles but lovely to see they have retained it as it was. One of the famous people to have lived in Rye was Sir Paul McArtney and his wife Linda and their children. ...

I know New Zealand is small but.....

A travel blog entry by jo.kidd2 on Jul 07, 2014

14 photos

... helix staircase from the bottom to the top to help get the troops out in a hurry. About 14m separate the different levels and when were down the middle one we were more than 25m underground. The castle was fun to wander through with some of the areas such as the kitchen recreated as it would hAve been. With so many little passageways here and there it would have been easy to get lost. Our campsite for the ...

Part 5. Zurich to Kent UK and beyond.

A travel blog entry by gedowling on May 13, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... course is a winner as far as I am concerned and we are off, it is not far up the road, being part of the controversial airfield complex. A truly amazing display including both planes as well as a very extensive collection of other paraphernalia and photos, stories etc - Steve, Graham and I stay, the girls walk home! Guess it's a boy thing not that interesting for them! Right next door is another Military Museum - Steve and I decide to take this one in as well so Graham drives ...

No Bluebirds, but Wow

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow on Aug 03, 2013

55 photos

... been used for storage, as barracks, as a prison, and, of course, for fortification. The property has been added to a lot over the centuries. The Tudors improved the defenses and added a moat bulwark. Massive rebuilding of the defenses and the addition of barracks, storerooms and gun platforms occurred in preparation for the Napoleonic Wars, and underground tunnels, hospital and command center were added during the Second World War. These tunnels functioned during the Cold War as ...