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Description This attractive Grade II listed property in Ashford town centre is within walking distance of the Eurostar International station. Cornerstone is ideal for exploring the delights of the Kent countrysid... more

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Description Surrounded by beautiful, mature gardens, this splendid Victorian mansion has been transformed into a conference, banqueting and training centre in Maidstone, Kent.Once a private home, today Oakwood Ho... more

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Review of Maidstone in General

Super

Good location. Prosperous. Fairly clean

Lacks night life, a bit expensive.

...Maidstone,one of the larger towns in Kent,is actually the County Town. Somehow it seems to be less well known than several other places in the county such as Dover, Canterbury or Gillingham. It is essentially a prosperous place and is only around 40 miles from London. The shopping scene in the county town is a good one and most of the well known multiples are represented here, and there are...

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Review of Maidstone in General

Super

“Come to Sunny Maidstone”

published 31/12/2003

Plenty to do

No football stadium yet

...Ashford, twenty miles further down the county. Maidstone Itself Maidstone is the county town and the administrative centre of Kent. Tourists visit Canterbury, the former county town, but for business it is Maidstone that provides the jobs. Kent County Council offices are in the town and it is the biggest local authority outside of Greater London, or so I have been told. There is a largish...

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Review of Maidstone in General

Super

A practical, pleasant and prosperous town

But short on character and maybe even charm

...a settlement here since Roman times, but not in having been the scene of any decisive battles, treaties or world-shaking events. Its main claim to historic fame was as the epicentre of Sir Thomas Wyatt's anti-Catholic uprising of 1554, which was rapidly suppressed by Queen Mary, with the result that Maidstone was deprived of its status as Kent's county town until Queen Elizabeth 1's accession a few years...

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