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The Smithy

Waltham, Kent, England

The Smithy in Waltham, Kent, England
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About The Smithy

The Smithy is located in Waltham. This self-catered vacation home features a garden, grill facilities, free WiFi and free private parking. This vacation home has 2 bedrooms, a TV, and a kitchen with a dishwasher. The nearest airport is London City Airport, 64 miles from the vacation home.


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Chilham (43 Pictures)

a Picturesque Village in the county of Kent

(5.7 miles, 9.2 km, direction NW)

A wonderful historic village set in the beautiful Kent Downs, above the valley of the River Stour. The village's medieval square gives a real sense of history, with its stunning timber-framed buildings, ancient church and fantastic medieval castle...

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Hythe (40 Pictures)

in the county of Kent

(7.1 miles, 11.4 km, direction SE)

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Canterbury (334 Pictures)

a Historic City in the county of Kent

(8.3 miles, 13.4 km, direction N)

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Aylesham (25 Pictures)

in the county of Kent

(9.1 miles, 14.6 km, direction NE)

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Snowdown (5 Pictures)

in the county of Kent

(9.3 miles, 14.9 km, direction NE)

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Barfrestone (28 Pictures)

in the county of Kent

(9.9 miles, 15.9 km, direction E)

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a Historic Market Town in the county of Kent

(11.7 miles, 18.9 km, direction NW)

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Canterbury Royal Museum. Canterbury, Kent

Canterbury Royal Museum & Art Gallery (2 Pictures)

(8.3 miles, 13.3 km, direction N)

The Canterbury Royal Museum is housed in a magnificent Victorian building of russet brick and impressive black and white timber.....

Sir John Boy's House (kings Gallery) Circa 1647

Sir John Boy's House (5 Pictures)

(8.4 miles, 13.6 km, direction N)

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Canterbury Cathedral (170 Pictures)

(8.5 miles, 13.7 km, direction N)

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(10.7 miles, 17.3 km, direction NE)

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Crabble Corn Mill (4 Pictures)

(11.7 miles, 18.9 km, direction E)

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A picture of Samphire Hoe

Samphire Hoe (11 Pictures)

(12.4 miles, 20.0 km, direction E)

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