Homelea Bed and Breakfast

Canterbury Road, Chilham, Canterbury, CT4 8AG, United Kingdom

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Homelea Bed and Breakfast
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  • Families76
  • Couples96
  • Solo50
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    We made a booking because of the leisure facilities however when we questioned why the pool wasn't available the owners were incredibly rude to us. We were then told that we were unsuitable for their b&b and so we were not allowed to stay. We were provided with many rules such as don't wear shoes in the B&B and I quickly received their damages report. Not a very resting experience I have to say. These people shouldn't be allowed to run a B&B. They are complete snobs!

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Need local advice!!

by RoseBuddd

I'm about to move to canterbury and am trying to hook up some accommodation before I go. I'm moving permanently but need somewhere to stay for a few months while I get settled. I've found a sharehouse via the internet which has some really friendly people staying in it, but it is located off Sturry Road down one of the subdivisions. I've heard this is a bad area, really grotty. Can anyone tell me if this is true?? I'd appreciate any advice on this part of town.

RE: Need local advice!!

by Kettleman

Sturry Road is quitelong and takes in some failryl skanky looking places at the City end but gradually evens out as you move away from the City Centre. Lots of it is shops and out of town shopping parks...

Re: Need local advice!!

by Kesling

As you posted this in February I am presuming you have already moved to Sturry Road. It depends how near you are to the town as to how grotty and rundown it is. If you are located near to the Vauxhall and Sturry Road estate then I pity you. I grew up there and although it was ok in the 70's, early 80's, like any council estate they start bringing in problem families that no one else wants and that is when the problems begin. They take over the whole estate and drive out any decent people. Just before I moved from there in 1994 I was burgled about 10 times in one week. The police did not want to know, their attitude was "if you lived somewhere like this then what do you expect". I hope you have now moved away from the Sturry Road area and into one of the nicer areas of Canterbury.

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The Nave...

by coceng

First : The Nave;
It's one of the most magnificent surviving examples of English Gothic architecture...
It was all begun in 1377, probably designed & excuted under the direction of master mason Henry Yevele...
After we entered by the door; I entered through the west door by the way...I glanced upwards & caught this nice roof tracery, adorning with small coats of arms...

The Interior Of Canterbury Cathedral...

by coceng

Canterbury is the origins of The English Christianity. It is the site where St. Augustine, the monk sent by Gregory the Great to Christianize the English, baptized King Etherbert of Kent on Whit Sunday in 597. Augustine became the first Archbishop of Canterbury, and his church, dedicated to Christ Jesus, was later burned by the Danes during the reign of Archbishop Alphege.
Now, my photo is showing the right side of The Pulpitum Screen; Pulpitum Screen separates The Nave from The Quire...
The statues are Edward The Confessor, Henry IV & Henry VI...

Lets go for an English brunch

by kenyneo about Thomas Beckett Pub

The place is really cozy , with friendly waitress and ambience is really perfect for a VT Meeting ,....the typical English pub, I guess. The sausages and beacon & liver is a tasty English dish ,just the try to ask he chef not to put too much liver though LoL

Don't Just walk past... TRY SOME !!

by nhcram about City Fish Shop

This is by far the best chip shop in Canterbury and normally has a queue that stretches outside. It is worth the wait which isn't too long. The fish and chips are all piping hot and very well cooked. They also serve battered mushrooms on skewers which are very tasty. Service is friendly too. Battered mushrooms and chips.. mmmm


by kentishgirl about Cafe Nero

I stopped here in the week for a cappucino in my lunch break...such a trendy place!
Very modern interior and located on the high street its a really handy place to stop off to rest your feet or head!

The Cappucino is all I tried!
They serve Muffins and croissants as well though, it was quite busy so it must be popular.

The coffee's and Cappucinos come in huge mugs which was nice....it was very chilled out!


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