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  Hotels, Deal, Kent, UK. Dunkerleys hotel provides comfortable accommodation in Southeast England.
Six of the rooms have panoramic sea views overlooking Deal's pier and beach.
The Dunkerley family roots are firmly embedded in Deal, Kent's rich maritime history.
Whatever your reason for staying at Dunkerley's Hotel in Deal, Kent, you will enjoy comfortable surroundings in a charming and convenient location, with thoughtful service and attention to detail.
www.dunkerleys.co.uk /dc/accommodation.htm   (207 words)

  
  BBC - Kent Places - Deal
Deal port was once one of the four most prominent ports in the country.
Deal has an unspoiled and beautiful seafront where you can relax or take a stroll to the end of the pier for some sea air.
Deal is perhaps the prettiest sea side town in Kent.
www.bbc.co.uk /kent/places/towns/deal/index.shtml   (391 words)

  
 KENT RESOURCES - DEAL, KENT   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deal, guarded by its often overlooked fort at the South end of the seafront, rose to prominence for so many English school-children with the coming of that well-known Roman, Julius Caesar in 55 B.C..
His wife, Lucy Hutchinson found rooms in Deal to be near to her husband and described the place, even in 1664, as "the cut-throat town of Deal".
There is no question that Deal has a fl and heavy past but I should also mention that lives of the men of Deal have also been lost at other times when performing rescues from the Goodwins.
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Deal Parochial Church of England (Aided) Primary School is a one-form entry primary school with seven classes.
Deal Parochial is a member of the School Friends of Canterbury Cathedral and three classes visited in 2003.
Deal Parochial is concerned to value the cultures of all children in the school and a display in the corridor currently celebrates these.
www.deal-parochial.kent.sch.uk /sec23.htm   (5650 words)

  
 Orchard Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Deal, Kent, UK
Deal Castle was one of Henry VIII's coastal fortresses and there was also a second castle at Sandown in the north of the town, though this is now a ruin.
Kent is of course famous for its hop gardens, and you may like to visit one of the many hop farms open to the public in the area.
Elsewhere, the pretty pebble beaches of Deal, Kingsdown, St Margaret’s Bay and Walmer are contrasted by the rugged coastal landscape of the neighbouring White Cliffs.
www.orchardlodge.co.uk /localarea.html   (2652 words)

  
 Kent   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deal Castle is situated actually in Deal on the East Coast of Kent along the sea front on the A258
Dover Castle is one of England's oldest and strategically placed castles and has withstood military threat from Europe throught its 800 years of military history, the castle was built in 1170 for Henry II and the tunnels were started in the 13th Century extended and used through the centuries, even during the Second World War.
All of that must have meant the owners of this villa were prosperous, well-educated people and familiar with the classical themes depicted in the wall paintings and mosaics, in the fourth century a chapel was added, also in the building were housed some of finds during the excavation of this villa.
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 ESPN.com - The deal: Kent's arrival pushes Biggio to outfield   (Site not responding. Last check: )
HOUSTON -- Jeff Kent and the Houston Astros agreed Wednesday to an $18.2 million, two-year contract, a move that forces Gold Glove second baseman Craig Biggio to move to the outfield.
Kent, who said he fell in love with Texas when his Cal-Berkeley team visited Austin in the 1980s, now lives in the state capital and has a ranch south of San Antonio.
Kent gets a $6 million salary for 2003, of which $2 million is deferred to March 1, 2005, and $3 million to July 1, 2005.
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 CastleXplorer - Deal Castle
Deal Castle was built by Henry VIII in 1539-40 as an artillery fortress to counter the threat of invasion from Catholic France and Spain.
It was the largest of three forts constructed to defend the area of safe anchorage known as the Downs.
At the centre of Deal Castle is a round tower, strongly constructed to carry guns on its roof.
www.castlexplorer.co.uk /england/deal/deal.php   (314 words)

  
 Hotels in Deal Kent accommodation - Deal hotels accommodation in Kent UK
From Deal you are well placed to visit the white cliffs of Dover, many medieval towns, historic castles and bustling seaside resorts.
Kent has an excellent road network and the M20 and the M2 gives easy access to London or the ports of Kent, where you can hop over to France or Belgium.
Deal's finest building is the Tudor Deal Castle, commissioned by King Henry VIII and designed with an attractive rose floor plan.
www.kayukay.co.uk /dealhotels.html   (300 words)

  
 Deal Kent
Deal is a thriving seaside town full of historical places to visit and things to see.
Deal Castle was designed in the shape of a Tudor Rose by Henry VIII to protect Deal against an invasion which never took place.
Deal high street has been modernized and there is a variety of cafes, BandB's, guest houses, hotels and more to service the casual tourist to Deal.
www.aboutdeal.co.uk /deal-kent.htm   (245 words)

  
 Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club, Deal, Kent   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Travel North from Deal town centre to the mouth of the river Stour where the Emperor Claudius landed his legions in ad43 and you will find 8 miles of the finest golfing country in the United Kingdom.
Deal is amongst the foremost clubs in deciding that men and ladies should have equal rights and having put the appalling last winter’s weather behind them, Royal Cinque Ports was moving forward with new and innovative ways of improving the Club’s finances.
Deal however is truly one of the finest golf courses in the British Isles and should blow their trumpet and let the rest of the world know just how good they were.
www.go-golf.net /reviews/ukire/deal.html   (661 words)

  
 Thomas Shelvey, b: 1842 - Deal, Kent.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Born: 1799, Kent Marr: 1822 Died: 1879, Kent.
Born: 1833, Kent Marr: 1860  Died: 1895, Lincolnshire.
Born: 1833, Kent Marr: 1860 Died: 1895, Lincolnshire.
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 Deal, Kent.
Deal was once a major port where sailing ships sheltered in the Downs near the notorious Goodwin Sands.
Deal remains a mecca for anglers, many of whom fish from the town's 1,000 foot long pier.
Interesting attractions at Deal include the Timeball Tower built in 1821, once used to send accurate time and semaphore signalling messages, the Maritime and Local History Museum, St George's Church built in 1716 to minister to the needs of the seafaring Community, and St Mary's (Old Church) where the Duke of Wellington used to worship.
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Richard died in 1506 at Dover, Kent, leaving a wife, Alice, and an unborn child, both of whom were provided for in the will.[5] Thomas Eustace was the witness for the will and he was likely Richard's brother.[5] Richard and Thomas may have been brothers, or cousins, of Nicholas.
Deal is on the east coast of Kent, about 4 miles north of Dover.
Matthew Eastes, mariner,[19] born 1601, Ringwould, Kent.[4,8,13] Died 1621, buried 4/6/1621, St Leonards, Deal, Kent.[4,19] Married Margaret Johnson, 23/11/1620, Deal, Kent.[4,20] Margaret died 1622 and was buried 15/10/1622, St Leonards, Deal, Kent.[19] Children: Martha (1621) of Deal, Kent, and William (1621-1687) of Ringwould, Kent.[7] v.
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They found the first record of the name Deal in Kent where they were seated from ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke Willia at Hastings in 1066 A.D. Different spellings were encountered in the research of your surname.
Nevertheless, this notable English family name, Deal emerged as an influential name in the country of Kent where they were recorded as a family of great antiquity seated at Deal with manor and estates in that shire.
The surname Deal nourished during the turbulent middle ages contributing greatly to the cultural development of England During the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th century England was ravaged by plagues, famine, and religious conflict.
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 Deal, Kent, UK - a seaside town in Southern England
To the south crouches Henry VIII's fortress, Deal Castle, one of several built to defend England against invasion from the sea.
Built in the early 1540's by Henry the VIII along with four other similar castles to strengthen England's defence, and designed to resemble the Tudor rose, Deal Castle was deliberately built with low rounded walls to avoid enemy cannon fire from the sea.
Deal was formerly an important dockyards with a role in refitting the navy.
www.ilexcottage.com /deal/deal.htm   (449 words)

  
 BBC - Kent Places - Deal - Useful numbers and weblinks
Fact 2: During 1974 the Deal Rural Borough Council was absorbed into the wider Dover District Council.
Fact 4: Deal port was once one of the four most prominent ports in the country.
Fact 5: Evidence suggests Julius Caesar landed at Deal in August 55 B.C. Fact 6: The 'Three Castles which keep The Downs' - Deal, Walmer and Sandown - were built in 1540 as coastal defences by Henry VIII after his quarrel with the Pope.
www.bbc.co.uk /kent/places/towns/deal/links.shtml   (156 words)

  
 Kent Resources - Smuggling, The Deal Boatmen.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Deal 'fishermen' were probably a thorn in the side of the authorities for much longer than the 180 years that I have presently given them credit for.
In fact, a walk along the beach at Deal or Walmer late at night even now could leave one to wonder whether the swell of the dark channel and the rumble of the undertow on the pebble beach could still conceal the return of the Deal Boatmen from another trip to France.
The troops were quartered on a farm for the night as no lodgings could be found from the people of Deal who had no liking for their unwelcome guests.
www.digiserve.com /peter/d_boat.htm   (482 words)

  
 Kent - Specials and Discounts
Kent is surrounded by other great Miami hotels such as Hotel Nash, Tudor Hotel, Marlin, La Flora, The Tides, Best Western South Beach, Hotel Ocean, Essex House Hotel And Suites, Fairwind Hotel And Suites, Leslie, among others.
The Kent Hotel can be found in the South Miami Beach section at.
The check in time at Kent Hotel is 3:00 PM and 12:00 PM is the checkout time.
miami.hotels-deal.com /kent.html   (162 words)

  
 The Crown Inn at Finglesham, Deal, Kent, UK
Finglesham is serviced locally by the historic towns of Deal and Sandwich (both 10 mins).
With a thriving fishing industry on our doorstep, locally farmed meats, as well as plentiful East Kent fruit and vegetables, it’s no wonder that fresh produce is widely used in the area.
There is a range of cuisine available in Deal, Dover and Sandwich, ranging from British and continental European dishes to Asian dishes originating from India, China and Thailand.
www.thecrownatfinglesham.co.uk /localarea.html   (2638 words)

  
 A holiday guide to Deal and Walmer Castle, Kent, from TourUK
After Henry VIII divorced his Catholic wife, Catherine of Aragon, in 1533 England was threatened by attack by France and Spain.
However, neither castle was attacked from the seas and Deal was not threatened until 1648.
The castle was a Royalist stronghold during the Civil War and when it was attacked by Parliamentarians suffered extensive damage.
www.touruk.co.uk /castles/castle_deal.htm   (213 words)

  
 Discounted hotel reservations around Deal, Kent and throughout the UK
Comprehensive listing of hotels and places to stay around Deal, Kent and the rest of Great Britain, all of which can be reserved on-line.
Below is a selection of hotels, guest houses, pubs, bed and breakfasts and other places to stay that are located around Deal, Kent.
Set in 1 acre of beautiful topiaried gardens, this late 19th century guest house is elegantly furnished to a high standard with many antiques, ornate marble fireplaces and stained glass windows.
www.hotelqueste.co.uk /uk/kent/deal   (1340 words)

  
 Estes Family   (Site not responding. Last check: )
was born 1522 in Deal, Kent, England, and died 1579 in Ringwould, England.
was born 1549 in Deal, Kent, England, and died 1601 in Deal, Kent, England.
Richard died in 1506 at Dover, Kent, leaving a wife, Alice, and an unborn child, both of whom were provided for in the will.
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 Northbourne Sources: Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Account which mainly deals with the Sandys family, there are four line illustrations by Fred Adcock: 1.
Kent County Council, Calender of early rolls among the Quarter Sessions Records, 1596-1605.
The Deal Scene, 1887-1977, 1977, published by the Deal, Walmer and District History Society and the Deal Maritime and Local History Museum.
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 gigs
Saturday 22nd - 20:30 - 23:00 - The Yew Tree, Mill Hill, Deal, Kent.
Friday 18th - 20:30 - 23:00 - The Walmer Castle Pub, South Street, Deal, Kent.
Deal Carnival Night - The Walmer Castle Pub, Deal, Kent.
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 Bed and Breakfast (Bed & Breakfast, B&B) Canterbury Sandwich Dover Deal Kent England UK
Bed and Breakfast (Bed and Breakfast, BandB) Canterbury Sandwich Dover Deal Kent England UK reat Weddington is a fine Regency Country House, situated just outside the village of Ash, near Canterbury, and has been the home of the Gunn family for nearly 30 years.
Great Weddington Guest House (Guest House, in Kent): A luxury guest house (The guest house is a regency country kent house) with en sweet (bathrooms) rooms.
Great Weddington guest house (Bed and Breakfast, Kent) is near (nr) to Sandwich, Canterbury City, Deal Town, Dover Town, Walmer Village, Ash Village and the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone in Kent UK, you will find the very best of country living at Great Weddington Luxury Bed and Breakfast (Bed and Breakfast, BandB).
www.greatweddington.co.uk /bedandbreakfastkent.htm   (594 words)

  
 Timeball Tower, Deal, Kent   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deal and London, these stations positioned at Betteshanger, Barham, Downs, Shottenden, Beacon Hill, Callun Hill, Swanscombe, Shooters Hill, New Cross and Southwalk.
Deal, with the Downs and it's harbouring was one of the first areas to have one of these new sites.
At 12.57 it was raised to the top of the shaft, and came down again at 1.00 pm exactly, from an electric current sent from Greenwich.
www.deal.wisdom.co.uk /timeball.htm   (517 words)

  
 Web site Design Kent designer based in Deal Kent with site promotion service.
Services to people in Dover Kent and nearby counties around Kent.
eb design service for Kent and the South East of England (Particularly the Deal, Dover and Sandwich area).
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