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Aylesford, Kent, England.


The Friars - Aylesford
The Friars - Aylesford

AYLESFORD
With a population of around 5,000 and situated off the M20 about 4 miles north west of Maidstone, Aylesford is probably most famous for its Priory - The Friars. It has been suggested that Aylesford was the site of the Battle of Medway during the Roman invasion whilst the manor of Aylesford was originally owned by William the Conqueror.

Accommodation in Aylesford

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Hamlets Hotel Restaurant
Bed and Breakfast
Wickham Lodge
Places to Visit
The Friars - Aylesford

Abbeys and Priories
The Friars - Aylesford
Restaurants
Hengist Restaurant

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