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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
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Seafood

If you find yourself down Whitstable way, and you want to have a fantastic meal (Michelin starred no less) in a very relaxed environment (run-down looking pub) off the beaten track (in the middle of...
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Ice Cream

This tiny little ice cream shop near the High Street of Whitstable sells amazing homemade ice cream. There is no printed menu, but they will tell you all the flavours. This may be because they vary....
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Pub - Old Neptune - also in Things To Do

The Old Neptune is a cool pub that is right on the beach in Whitstable. There are benches on the gravelly beach outback, where you can enjoy a pint in decent weather. According to the posters on the...
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The Duke Of Cumberland Hotel

Since owning a dog we have become more interested in searching out dog friendly pubs and restaurants and it is harder than you might imagine. The Duke is a large airy pub with resident wandering dog...
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Spanish

this restaurant receives rave reviews in the press & so gets booked up pretty quickly - it's essential to book especially at weekends. it's right by the sea but best of all is the food - authentic...
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Whitstable Coffee Company

On our last morning in Whitstable we were disappointed to find that the café we had so enjoyed on Saturday, Waltshaws’, was not open on Mondays. Looking for an alternative we spotted the Whitstable...
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Hotel Continental

We were a bit anxious about whether we would find somewhere for Sunday lunch as it was Mothers’ Day and we hadn’t made a reservation, not knowing in advance what we would want to do. But we needn’t...
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Apr 06, 2015

Bubble Café

We were strolling down towards Tankerton Slopes and the sea on Sunday morning when it began to rain. Ahead of us though the Bubble Café was glowing cosily through the drizzle and it was an easy...
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Apr 06, 2015

Waltshaws' Kentish Pantry

Although Whitstable does have some chains (I spotted a Costa on the High Street) it is also fortunate to have quite a few independent cafés and coffee places, and of the couple we tried this was by...
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Apr 06, 2015

Duke of Cumberland

This pub caught our eye when we first arrived in Whitstable’s centre, owing to its prominent location on the corner of the High Street and Sea Street, and the attractive old sign (see photo 5). Later,...
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Thanet Way, Whitstable, CT5 3DB, United Kingdom
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33 Marine Parade, Whitstable, CT5 2BE, GB
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29 Beach Walk, Whitstable, CT5 2BP , United Kingdom
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31 West Cliff, Whitstable, CT5 1DL, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Whitstable

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Walking around Whitstable

The boat of choice for harvesting the oysters from their cultivated beds in Victorian times was an oyster smack or yawl. These had a shallow draft to enable to sail easily over the oyster beds and...
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Pub - Old Neptune

I have to admit that we didn’t go inside the famous Old Neptune pub, but this is such a Whitstable institution and so much part of the townscape that it cannot be ignored. There are not many places...
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Tourist Information Office - Visitor Information

If you visit Whitstable, and I suggest you should, one of your first stops should be at the very good tourist information centre. On the day I visited (enquiring about local bus times), the lady there...
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Harbour

Although holiday-makers visit Whitstable’s harbour to enjoy fish and chips, oysters or an ice-cream, shop in the sprinkling of souvenir shops or simply soak up the atmosphere, it is still very much a...
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Eating - Seafood

Whitstable has long been famous for its native oysters, but it offers other seafood as well...winkles, cockles, whelks, crab... I didn't try any on my visit (an early January early morning is not...
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Pub - Ship Centurion Arminius

This story has appeared in my local newspaper, so am padding out this reference to it so I can achieve enough characters in the review (!) -...
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"A weekend by the sea"
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"Oysters, sailing boats and times gone by."
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"Whitstable - by the sea in Kent"
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"A pleasant seaside community"
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"Oyster Town"
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