Swan & Harlequin

Conduit Street, Faversham, Kent, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Faversham

Home wet home

A travel blog entry by jobloor

... car until 10 am which was when we had said we needed it, and they were still calling luggage groups out to disembark! We were fine stood waiting in the sunshine but just as we left the port the heavens opened and we had heavy rain until we got to Kent where we were stopping for coffee with friends and the sun came out and we had good weather all the way home. Altogether another good Oceania experience if you ignore ...


A travel blog entry by broganrose


... 10 days). Our flight will take around eight and a half hours to which I will endeavour to use my time wisely and read the generous travel books given as gifts from work friends and family members. Leaving the UK, even if only for a short time, provides you with an overwhelming feeling of love. As your friends and family come together to share their appreciation and express how much you will be missed - it makes ...

Day 15: Leeds, Dover, and Canterbury

A travel blog entry by flahivemo

... come with a whole lot of changes in my life but I still have my family and friends and that is so much to be grateful for.  I got the last tea towel of my UK trip and headed back to the bus. It was a 2 hour bus ride home but I snoozed for quite a bit of it. After I got home me and Em made some dinner and watched game of thrones. Now I'm crashing to get a good nights rest before my last day in London. These last 15 days have FLOWN by and I know my 35 days in Europe are going to go even ...

Another update from Kent for 2-14 Aug

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin


... becoming a place of pilgrimage for Christians worldwide, which is the basis for Geoffrey Chaucer's, "The Canterbury Tales". Canterbury is a lovely place and well worth another visit to see all its attractions.

Another outing was to Rochester which is another old city with Roman remains, a Cathedral, a Castle and a very attractive High Street. Charles Dickens had a country home nearby, wrote many of his novels there, and based many of his characters ...

Kent, 25 July – 2 August 2013

A travel blog entry by mcloughlin


... We followed the recommended walking trail along old, narrow streets full of interesting buildings and saw the Guildhall (built in 1579), St Peter’s Church (some Norman remains but mostly 14th century), St Clement’s Church (with its original Norman tower).

The Guildhall is still used as the council offices and St Clement’s is still the parish church. They have some quaint customs in England e.g. St ...


This hotel, located on Conduit Street, Faversham, is near Farming World.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Swan & Harlequin Faversham

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good