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"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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"Private Group Tour to Leeds Castle
Canterbury Cat"Private Group Tour - Leeds Castle -Canterbury Cathedral - White Cliffs of Dover Tour"You will be collected from your Cruise Ship at Dover Cruise Terminal at 08.00am in a luxury vehicle with 8 leather seats fully air conditioned & valeted for your day. You will be next taken to Leeds Castle (about a 45 minute drive); the Castle doesn’t open until 10.30am but they do offer private guided tours from 09.00am for up to 25 people. The Castle tour tak so you can be flexible.From there you travel to Canterbury & the Cathedral. The Cathedral has the option to have a guided tour with one of the Cathedral Guides (Only accredited Cathedral guides are permitted to conduct tours in the Cathedral) 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 tour beginning in Dover and the White Cliffs. From Dover Seafront you will look back at the Cliffs & the Castle. Then you drive along the South Foreland (The Whit
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Standard Day Entry to The Canterbury Tales
"Your adventure begins in the Tabard Inn where you will meet the first of your costumed guides preparing you for your pilgrimage from London to Canterbury.To continue your experience you are invited to share five of Chaucer’s most famous tales with the aid of an audio guide (commentary available in six languages together with a special version in English for children). Along the way Chaucer’s colourful and entertaining stories of love romance
From GBP8.00

More Things to Do in Clacton-on-Sea

The Pavilion Fun Park...

The Marine Parade area west of the pier is now full of themed amusements, rides, & a cafe...It is not the area of town that suits me, but it is what a seaside resort is all about, providing...
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arturowan
Sep 05, 2014

What's on in Clacton?

If you are looking for things to do in Clacton you can find out at www.WhatsOnTendring.com/clacton the what's on guide lists all events in the district of Tendring so you will find plenty of things...
pipster547
Jun 25, 2014

Clacton Car Show...

The Clacton Car Show was first held in 2012It was a meeting of car & bike enthusiasts on the Parish playing field, a few miles outside the main town, in Little Clacton...An eclectic mix of 300...
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arturowan
Apr 22, 2014

Clacton Pier

Clacton Pier is the centre of the resort's seafront & the obvious main attraction...As well as the amusements & rides, there are other attractions, including an aquarium & a Punch &...
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arturowan
Apr 22, 2014

The Waverley...

The Waverley is the last sea-going paddle steamer, built on the Clyde in 1947She was named after Walter Scott's novel of that name & after ending working life, was fully restored in 2003Having...
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arturowan
Apr 22, 2014

Beer festival

The Clacton beer festival was on when we visited, coincidence? no way!It's a small and friendly festival held in a local church hall, around 50 beers for me to choose from and several Belgian fruit...
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bonio
Sep 11, 2007
 
 
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Go to the beach

A rare sunny and warm day in August 2007, ideal time to head for Clactons good sandy beach for an enjoyable couple of hours. Plenty of room and deck chairs for hire, even managed a tan.Impressed by...
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bonio
Sep 11, 2007

Just like being in London.

A long time ago, when I was starting on my VT "journey", I posted a lot of tips about the area I live in in London. One of these was a tip about Tubby Isaac's stall in Aldgate - a place to get...
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planxty
Jul 16, 2007

Take a train ride.

Well, I'm not talking about getting the train to London (for which see separate transportation tip), what I'm talking about is a road-train trip along the front to Holland-on-Sea.The train, as...
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planxty
Jul 16, 2007

The Pier.

OK, let's assume you have ignored the warning on my intro page to Clacton and you go there, you will almost inevitably end up on the pier.Historically, t is quite interesting being opened to the...
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planxty
Jul 16, 2007

Marine Gardens

You will find the Marine Gardens spread along the seafront above Clacton's beach, with several themes - Rose Garden, 1920's Garden, Sensory Garden, Mediterranean Garden etc. They were created in 1921,...
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aaaarrgh
Jun 26, 2006

Clacton Pier

Clacton Pier stretches out into the North Sea and was opened in 1871. It was the first part in the plan to make Clacton an attractive, Victorian seaside destination.There is plenty to keep you...
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aaaarrgh
Jun 26, 2006

Beach

You can find an escape from the hot London's streets in the summer at the beach of Clacton-on-Sea. All beach is 'divided' into two zones with the long bridge full of entertainment for children. On the...
ginte
Aug 13, 2004

Pier

Plenty of the usual amusements here and eating drinking places too but, also quiet ares to sit and enjoy the sun away from the noise.It's free to get on.
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Sep 11, 2007

Top Hotels in Clacton-on-Sea

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13 Agate Rd, Marine Parade West, Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 1RA, United Kingdom
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Kings Parade, Little Holland, Surrey, CO15 5JB, United Kingdom
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8 Collingwood Road, Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 1UL, United Kingdom
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St. Osyth, Clacton-on-Sea, United Kingdom
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Colchester Road - Crown Green Roundabout, Weeley, Clacton-on-Sea, CO16 9AA, United Kingdom
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1 Penfold Rd, Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 1JN, United Kingdom
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