A Customs and pilot station for the Port of London, Gravesend is a busy industrial town with one of Europe's biggest shopping centres. It holds the distinction of being the landing place of the first German flying bomb to strike Britain in World War II.
The town's pier is the oldest cast-iron pier in the world and is linked to the local heritage centre by a pretty Thames-side walk. The Church of St George is the last resting place of the Native American princess Pocahontas (1595-1617), whose statue stands in the grounds. She came to Britain with her husband, the Virginian colonist John Rolfe.
Here we try to offer a wide selection from budget to luxury hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast, B&B accommodation suitable for holidays, vacations or business travellers in Gravesend or surrounding areas.
Hotels Guest Houses Bed and Breakfast in and around Gravesend...
Church Lane, Gravesend, Kent, DA12 2NL
Single from £42, Twin/Double from £55, Family from £75 per night 1 Double, 1 Family, 2 Twin
Eastcourt Oast Farm dates back to the 1800's. The Oast was converted from a work place in the 1980's to a private dwelling. It now boasts a circular kitchen with its red Aga to cook your favourite English breakfast. Surrounded by farmland, adjacent to the old manor farmhouse and a 16th century church. Road and rail links are excellent, trains from Ebbsfleet International to London taking 17 minutes and shoppers can enjoy Bluewater 15 minutes away. Rooms are spacious. Single/Twin/Double or Family with TV, tea/coffee facilities. Ample parking and guests can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere.