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Historic Aylesford is a charming and picturesque little village on the north-east bank of the Medway just north of Maidstone. A river crossing of some import, Aylesford has seen its share of activity through the centuries. Originally named Saissenaig-hobail to commemorate defeat of the Saxons in a battle here in 455, it was then renamed to Eaglesford of which Aylesford is a corruption. In 893 the Danes were defeated by Alfred in nearby Fenham and in 1016, in another fierce encounter with Dane invaders, Edmund Ironside pursued them to Aylesford and after great slaughter, drove them on to Sheppey. The Friary was built by the first order of Carmelites in Europe, in the middle of the 13th century, and then re-built in 1675 following the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII in 1536. Subsequently, in the 1930ís the main house was destroyed but in 1949 the Carmelites took it over and the Friary was again restored to its former glory. Spanning the river is a medieval, five-arched bridge and the surrounding building timber-gabled buildings add to the tranquil beauty. The well-preserved Culpeper monument to the knight Sir Thomas Culpeper, who died in1604 and his lady, Dame Marie can be found in the parish church of St Peter and St Paul.


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Aylesford Bed & Breakfast (0.67 miles)

Aylesford Bed & Breakfast
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Aylesford B&B. We offer a friendly and comfortable family run bed and breakfast with easy access to both the M20 and M2 motorways. Also located to many prime attractions ... More
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Premier Inn Maidstone (Allington) (1.22 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M20, junction 5. For shops and local amenities Maidstone town centre and Maidstone West train station are only 2 miles away. The town centre is easily accessible via ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Maidstone (Sandling) (1.41 miles)

Located within easy reach of the M20, this hotel is positioned next to the River Medway and features a beer garden, great to relax in after a long day. For shops and local amenities Maidstone ... More | visit website
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Larkfield Priory Hotel (1.78 miles)

Larkfield Priory Hotel

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Originally built in 1890, this character building is four miles from Maidstone town centre with easy access to the M20. Locally renowned 'Bay Tree Restaurant'. Preferential rates at 'Hunters Health Club' ... More

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Premier Inn Maidstone (Leybourne) (2.40 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M20. For shops and local amenities Maidstone town centre is 7 miles away. Conveniently positioned just 1 mile from West Malling train station. Our Maidstone (Leybourne) Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Innkeepers Lodge (2.44 miles)

Innkeepers Lodge
** ALL OUR RATES INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY CONTINENTAL BUFFET BREAKFAST ** Situated near the banks of the River Medway in the heart of Kentís County Town, this lodge adjoins the White Rabbit Vintage Inn and is ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Maidstone Central (2.54 miles)

Travelodge Maidstone Central
Travelodge Maidstone Central Hotel is well located just 0.2 mile from Maidstone Barracks Train Station, and is close to many nearby attractions including Cobham Manor Riding Centre, Cobtree Manor Park Golf Course, Leeds Castle, The ... More | visit website
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Oakwood House (2.54 miles)

Oakwood House

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Oakwod House is a splendid Victorian Mansion surrounded by beautiful, mature gardens.Once a private home, today Oakwood House has been transformed into a Conference and Banqueting Centre with 37 bedrooms ... More

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Aylesbury House (2.61 miles)

Aylesbury House

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Aylesbury House is a smart Victorian property situated a short walking distance from Maidstone town centre.Each room is individually decorated and all have en suite showers. All rooms have TV, ... More

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Grange Moor Hotel (2.72 miles)

Grange Moor Hotel

The Grange Moor is a friendly, family run 3 Star hotel situated off the A26 Tonbridge Road, it has good access to the M20 and M2 motorways and is within easy walking distance of Maidstone ... More | visit website

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