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Gravesend bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Gravesend Kent and the surrounding villages and stay in bandb, hotel or vacation rental accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

The town of Gravesend, Kent, has a rich history. Though Stone Age tools have been found in the area, the first official record is in the Domesday Book of 1086.

Milton Chantry, built 1322 is the town's oldest surviving building.

The pier, designed by William Tierney Clark, is the world's oldest made of cast iron.

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Biggin
  • Chadwell St Mary
  • Chalk
  • Denton
  • East Tilbury
  • Hook Green
  • Istead Rise
  • Linford
  • Low Street
  • Milton
  • Nash Street
  • New House
  • Northfleet Green
  • Perry Street
  • Riverview Park
  • Rosherville
  • Shorne
  • Shorne Ridgeway
  • Shorne West
  • Singlewell
  • Southfleet
  • Thong

Information for visitors to Gravesend seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:

If you seek accommodation near Gravesend in Kent you have come to the website of a “club” of providers who offer affordable quality accommodation around UK in hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, inns, and restaurants plus self-catering cottages and apartments .

Click the tab above marked “accommodation”, browse the adverts, check availability, click read more to view the establishment's brochure page and book up by phone, email or online as offered.

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  • Gravesend holiday cottages accommodation
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  • Gravesend hotels
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  • Gravesend lodges
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