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Leeds Castle, Cliffs of Dover and Canterbury Day Trip from London with Guided Cathedral Tour
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Leeds Castle, Cliffs of Dover and Canterbury Day Trip from London with Guided Cathedral Tour

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Leave behind the bustle of London and see three of southeast England’s essential landmarks on this full-day tour. Don’t worry about booking your own transportation: A comfortable, climate-controlled coach ferries you straight to Leeds Castle, Canterbury (and the UNESCO-listed Canterbury Cathedral), and the White Cliffs of Dover. Led by a Blue Badge-certified guide, learn about the wealth of history each sight offers.
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John Atkins wrote a review Nov 2020
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Great new online shop to be found on Thwe Goods Shed web site, for Collection or Delivery This has all your food shopping problems dealt with, you do not have to leave your armchair Buy Meat, fish,veg,cheese,wine etc in whatever portions you require from a snack for one to a four course dinner for as many as CV rules allow. Fresh and Local
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Date of experience: November 2020
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striderKent wrote a review Oct 2020
kent10 contributions3 helpful votes
Terrible Food and Service and overpriced. No legible menu coffee served in handless cups. For the cost nearly £200 for 4 of us this is one to avoid
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Date of experience: October 2020
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sheashe1 wrote a review Oct 2020
Rye11 contributions5 helpful votes
Food really was fab, atmosphere relaxed and well managed covid 19 rules in place. Well worth a visit to eat and shop
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TawseTerrier wrote a review Sep 2020
209 contributions24 helpful votes
Always loved this place.. we regularly shop there! It can’t be beaten normally.. today I was a little bit upset although I must say this was a one off.. we did our shopping as we do each week and everyone was fantastic.. we got to the cheese counter where we usually spend about £20 on a couple of cheeses.. it was a different man to usual - 12th September.. my partner has a medical face mask exemption and he told her to put a mask on.. she explained she couldn’t and he refused to serve her cheese.. that’s fine - but it does mean that we won’t be going back.. there are a few farm shops around - the Goods Shed was our closest.. no argument but if you have a hidden disability and if that one particular man is at the cheese counter - you won’t get to purchase anything.. go when the friendly woman is there is the best advice.. also if you don’t want cheese then the Goods Shed is a great place to go! Below is my review from pre - Covid.. It all started on a rainy day.. my partner decided to get the slow cooker out and make a vegetable stew.. I was sent out to get the vegetables.. the Goods Shed sells an abundance of all different vegetables, cheeses, fish and meat plus a bakery.. the people that work there are so nice! Helpfulness is oozed in every part of the shed.. the flavour and quality of the food is second to none.. worth every single penny.. I’m in love with the place to be honest! Don’t take my word for it - go there and I bet you can’t find anything to complain about..
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Curious_Traveller636 wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom205 contributions89 helpful votes
Table of 3, my wife had oyster with pickled apple - she rated it delicious - and then we shared 5 mid sized plates, all of which were great, with the standout being baked cauliflower with romesco sauce and squid with red pepper and egg salad. Plumb crumble and marmalade ice cream were amazing. Tried a new cheese and didn’t appreciate Kent had such a variety of cheeses. Good service and not rushed.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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