Chatham in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... arranged and off we went. Six hours later and not a wrong turn or missed direction (beautiful sat nav.) we arrived at the door of the hotel within the Historic Dockyard. Carol Chambers greeted us and straight away we felt so welcome and comfortable. She took us to our 'home' for the week and honestly, that is the only way to describe it. Large bedroom, kitchen, toilet and bath/shower, seperate large private sitting room with patio and barbie if you needed it and all with such fantastic attention to detail. Sherry, chocolates, oh, I could go on forever. The hosts were just brilliant, super conversation and you felt as if you had known t... more
Customer Chatham in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/07/05, updated on 01/08/05 (Very useful, 609 readings)
In May this year we had booked a coach holiday to Chatham to visit the historic dockyard. It was the 8th of May to celebrate the anniversary of VE day. This was not the only reason, my father was based here in his time in the RN in 1933 and it was to be a nostalgic thing as well. However, because there were only six people showing any interest in the VE annivarsary trip, the coach holiday was cancelled by the tour operators, shame on Bradford. After some thought my wife and I thought about going by car and booking some hotel. I was at first doubtful because I didn't relish the thought of driving all the way (from Bradford)to a place I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/04, updated on 02/06/04 (Very useful, 3617 readings)
The Medway towns are a group of towns at the estuary of the river Medway, which is roughly half way along the north kent coastline. (Interesting fact - the name Medway comes from the Saxon word "med" meaning "middle"). The group is comprised of three main towns, those being the City of Rochester upon Medway (the only town/thing Medway has got to be proud of), Chatham and Gillingham (neither of which are delightful places) in addition with a bunch of smaller crappier towns - Rainham, Strood, Hoo and a number of outlying villages. Medway covers a large area, and has a large ... Read the complete review
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