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Great place for peace and quite (dogs not allowed) to really enjoy the atmosphere perhaps not the best place to take children although plenty of open spaces for them to run around. Nice little tea room, pottery shop, adequate public loos. Must try the garden...More
We spent a pleasant afternoon here. Nice quiet gardens and splendid view of river. Nice tea rooms and gift shop. There is a small pottery and you can book pottery courses.
However the main attraction is the quiet and no dogs which is a positive.Spend...More
Visited the Friary with family members to remember a recently decreased friend who frequented this place over the last few years. There is a great sense of calmness and peacefulness as you wander around and through the grounds. The gardens are very neat and very...More
If you like your religious fix this is a great place to visit you can sense the history. If you don't like the religious stuff this is still a very historical venue with lots to learn.
It has a nice shop and cafe and the...More
Located adjacent to River Medway, the Friars is a sprawling estate with the centrepiece duckpond populated by hundreds of ducks and geese. Offers inexpensive excellent meals on Sundays - but thats supposed to be a secret only the locals know.
Many interesting weekend...More
Had a very enjoyable afternoon out, the Peasemore is the first thing that hits you,very pleasant walk around the lake saw the geese with their young , a walk through the peace garden all the buildings have lovely stonework , had a look in the...More
What a beautiful peaceful place to visit in this fast track world that we live in.
Just had a tea in the thatched cafe, thought cakes were a little pricey for what was there and the slices of sponge were very very small.