Crabble Hill House Guest House

35 London Road, Dover, CT17 0SF, United Kingdom
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From Heathrow to Dover (Leyburne Rd)

by Backpacker08

Hi There

I have a specific destination to go to at Dover:
Godwyne Hurst
2, Leyburne Rd
Dover Kent CT16 1SN

How do I reach there from Heathrow airport? An estimate of the travel cost and the time taken will also be helpful.

cheers
Backpacker08

Re: From Heathrow to Dover (Leyburne Rd)

by doodybee

hiya

heathrow underground into charing cross station and change for dover priory looks your best option check out www.nationalrailenquiries for specific dates and timings

then take a taxi to the address you can ask at information in dover rail station - it may be within walking distance of the station

have fun julie

Re: From Heathrow to Dover (Leyburne Rd)

by johnmperry

Easiest way would be to take a coach from Heathrow Central Bus Station. You can book through to Dover. One-way full adult fare is £16.10. Journey time is 4 - 5 hrs, including a 40 minute wait in London Victoria.
www.nationalexpress.com

The street you want is pretty close to the centre - looks walkable.
http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=631750&y=141750&z=1&sv=631750,141750&st=4&ar=N&mapp=newmap.srf&searchp=newsearch.srf&ax=631909&ay=142011

The bus station is more or less where are the letters P.G. south of Leyburne, corner of Maison Dieu and the unnamed street A256

Re: From Heathrow to Dover (Leyburne Rd)

by leics

UK long-distance coach travel is generally cheaper than train, but also usually takes longer.

For train times and fares look at:

www.nationalrail.co.uk

Journey time is around 2hrs 40+, with at least one change (using the Tube to get from one overground station to another). Single fare from 28.30GBP.

The coach from Heathrow seems the simplest option, although you will have a longish wait in London (where you will change coaches). Single fare from 16.10GBP.

Re: From Heathrow to Dover (Leyburne Rd)

by olwagner

You can find detailed directions at www.walktomycruiseship.com/dover.htm

Travel Tips for Dover

Obviously anyone going to...

by adinda

Obviously anyone going to Canterbury has to visit the Cathedral, even though I think it's weird to have to pay to get into a church. But it's worth it, as it's al very impressive! The picture is of the Great Cloister, part of the Cathedral

A Crossing Point

by keeweechic

Dover is one of the most-visited towns in England largely due to millions of people who go there to cross the English Channel to France or Belgium which means all you really get to see is the Ferry terminal and of course the famous White Cliffs as you leave the shore behind.

Dover museum.

by Aragina

It is one of the district's largest and has a fine collection of genuine artifacts and models to see. Covering the history of Dover from the ancient Celts, through the Roman Invasion, up to and beyond World War II. There is a collection of scale models in painstaking detail showing the development of the town over the last 2000 years. You can also see the Bronze Age Boat gallery, featuring the world's oldest seagoing boat in remarkably good condition.

Market Square, Dover, Kent, CT16 1PB

01304 201066

http://www.dover.gov.uk/museum/home.htm

While at Dover Castle you may...

by hayward68

While at Dover Castle you may run into men like the one pictured here. He was stationed at Dover Castle during the war, said he used to man the guns like the one in the picture. I don't think he had been back since the war, so it was interesting to see his reaction.

The Grand Shaft

by TheLongTone

The Grand Shaft is an extraordinary construction. It carries three separate spiral stairways 44 metres (that's 200 steps) up from Snargate Street into the barracks complex of the Western Heights.

all that can usually be seen is the unobtrusive exit arch nestled into the cliff or the rather more revealing access at the top, where the fencing allows a good view of the flight of steps down to the shaft top, with central light-well and triple stairs down. The idea was to enable the garrison stationed on the Heights to pile down to sea level double quick in order to repel invaders, although in the long peace of the nineteenth century the triple stairs enabled Victorian social segregation. One for the men, one for the NCOs, and the third for officers and their ladies.

The shaft itself is rarely accessible: you have to wait for one of the open days organised a couple of times a year by the Western Heights Preservation Society.

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