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Woodlands B&B
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Woodlands Bed and Breakfast is a modern, comfortable and friendly family run B&B near Canterbury, Kent. Whitstable, Faversham and Sandwich are all also within easy reach. Twin and Double rooms available, double with en-suite. All rooms have digital TV, tea and coffee making facilities, mineral water etc. Golf: tee times and special rates when booked through us. Canterbury is just a few minutes away. The historic village of Chilham, with its castle, medieval square, pubs and tea rooms is less than ten minutes away. The seaside resort town of Whitstable can be reached by car in around 20 minutes and both Faversham and Ashford are within easy reach. Canterbury is made famous by its Cathedral which is still one of the most important religious sites in Europe, pilgrims travel from all over the world to worship and step back in time. The area is also renown for its excellent golf courses which the challenging Canterbury Golf Course which can be reached in 10-15 minutes. The beautiful Faversham Golf Club at Belmont Park, is not far away, and the two Open Championship courses at Sandwich; Princes and of course Royal St.Georges, are just 35 minutes away.

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