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Kent Vineyard Bike Tour
"This popular bicycle tour takes you zipping around the weald and Kent’s award winning vineyards. You have a choice of doing a tour starting at 10am or a self-guided hire at a time best suitable for you in which case your guide can also give advice on where to go where to eat and as well as provide maps. There will also be a number of local pubs where you can recharge your batteries.The vineyard tour covers at least two vineyards where you can have a tour and taste some of Kent's finest wines and sparklin the oldest vineyard in Kent the award winning Chapel Down and newly build Hush Heath.In addition to this you will cycle the quiet lanes of Kent through pretty villages and past farms castles and other attractions.Electric bikes are comfortable and reliable. If you have never used an electric bike before you use it exactly the same way as a pedal bike. The difference is that when you pedal
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Kent Vineyard Bike Tour
"This popular bicycle tour takes you zipping around the weald and Kent’s award winning vineyards. You have a choice of doing a tour starting at 10am or a self-guided hire at a time best suitable for you in which case your guide can also give advice on where to go where to eat and as well as provide maps. There will also be a number of local pubs where you can recharge your batteries.The vineyard tour covers at least two vineyards where you can have a tour and taste some of Kent's finest wines and sparklin the oldest vineyard in Kent the award winning Chapel Down and newly build Hush Heath.In addition to this you will cycle the quiet lanes of Kent through pretty villages and past farms castles and other attractions.Electric bikes are comfortable and reliable. If you have never used an electric bike before you use it exactly the same way as a pedal bike. The difference is that when you pedal
From GBP60.00
 
"Private Tour: Leeds Castle
Private Group Tour - Leeds Castle -Canterbury Cathedral - White Cliffs of Dover Tour"You will be collected from your hotel at 8:00am in a luxury vehicle with 8 leather seats fully air conditioned and valeted for your day. You will be driven approximately 1.5-hours to Leeds Castle. The castle doesn’t open until 10:30am but they do offer private guided tours from 9am for up to 25 people. The castle tour takes around an hour an so you can be flexible. From there travel to Canterbury and the cathedral. The cathedral has the option to have a 1-hour guided tour with one of the cathedral guides. Only accredited cathedral guides are permitted to conduct tours.The castle and cathedral admission and tour costs it would be well worth the visit. The cathedral is nothing short of breathtaking and you could spend several hours in Canterbury enjoying the city including having some lunch. You will be collected from Canterbury to start the Dover and the White Cliffs tour. From the Dover Seafront you can look back at the cliffs and the castle. Then drive along the South Foreland (the White Cliffs). Stop
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Battle Abbey.

This is part of the same site as the 1066 battlefield and the admission price of £5:30 for adults covers both. The Abbey was built after the Norman Conquest by Duc William of Normandy aka William the...
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BATTLE ABBEY SCHOOL

When I walked through the Medieval Gates to see Battle Abbey, I didn't realize the beautiful building and garden's in front of me, were OFF LIMIT'S!You see, this is the Battle Abbey School, an...
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ABBEY BATTLEFIELD

After we had finished with the Museum's, it was time to do the walk around the Battlefield's.An audio guide is given with your admission ticket, and without this, I think looking at the Battle field...
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THE GREAT GATEHOUSE OF BATTLE ABBEY

This towering Medeival Gatehouse would be about the most magnificent I have seen, and I do believe it is lit at night, now that would be a picture!This is how we entered the "Abbey Battle site." It's...
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BATTLE ABBEY CHURCH & RUIN'S

Battle Abbey was founded to commemorate the Battle of Hasting's. It was dedicated in 1095. How did this come about?Long, long ago, in 1066, a Norman duke known as William the Conqueror, defeated King...
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pampering yourself in the 'city of 1066'

battle is a small, compact and lively city that can be explored in a day trip. take a nice walk along the historical trail of the city. including pay a visit to st valery sur somme church and its...
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battle abbey

half ruins of an abbey that not be used anymore in the reign of king henry viii. here still can be found the novice monks chamber, the main building that facing to the 1066 battle field, surrounded by...
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Day at Battle

Getting to Battle from London is really easy. Trains run from London to Hastings, stopping in Battle, every hour or so. Its not much of a walk from the train station to the battlefield (I'm assuming...
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Battle Abbey

The Battle Abbey was built by William the Conqueror after his success in the Battle of Hastings. Construction ran from 1070 and 1094.It is unique in that it is located right in the middle of the...
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Battle Abbey Audioguide

I really enjoyed the audioguide as I strolled around the historic field on a beautiful July day. I appreciated that you could listen to opinions of the battle from the viewpoint of a Norman, a Saxon...
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The abbey

Like I already described in my tip about the battlefield, you can't spereated the abbey from the battlefield. That means that the ticket you buy gives you access to the abbey and the battlefield. The...
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The battlefield

Together with the abbey, the battlefield is Battle's most famous attraction. As these two places are historically linked with each other, they are also linked with each other for the visitors. That...
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Battle Abbey.

Many people think the Battle of Hastings took place in Hastings but it actually happened here in Battle on October 14th 1066. William the Conqueror had this place built and it was founded in 1070. You...
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Saxons and Normans and 1066

Of course most people come to Battle to visit the beautiful abbey - built by William the Conquerer (Duke of Normandy) to commemorate his victory over the Saxon King Harold in 1066. You can also walk...
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Bluemans Lane, Kent Street, Battle, TN33 0SE, United Kingdom
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Whatlington Road, Battle, TN33 0ND, United Kingdom
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Powdermill Lane, Battle, TN33 0SP, United Kingdom
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High Street, Battle, TN33 OAQ, gb
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23 High Street, Battle, TN33 0EA, GB
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27 High Street, Battle, TN33 0EA, United Kingdom
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"Into Battle"
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balhannah

"MORE THAN THE BATTLE at BATTLE!"
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planxty

"The Battle of Battle?"
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Airpunk

"Battle - 1066 and all that"
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"Historic Battle"
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