Thistle Brands Hatch

A Hotel in Dartford, Kent

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Brands Hatch

Thistle Brands Hatch, Dartford

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Thistle Brands Hatch is uniquely located in the 500 acre parkland of the world famous Grand Prix Circuit and has easy access to the M25, M20 and the Kent countryside. Itメs also within easy reach of Heathrow and Gatwick airport. Its location, just 11 miles (20 minutes driving time) from the new Ebbsfleet International Eurostar terminal, make this one of the South Eastメs leading venues for a stopover en-route.

Yet its comfortable bedrooms, relaxing bars and restaurants, and Otium Health & Leisure Club also mean itメs perfect for a weekend escape. A short 10 mile trip and you will arrive at Bluewater with over 330 stores and much more. Or use the hotel as a base from which to explore the Garden of England

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Dartford Travel and Heritage Information

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Coldrum Longbarrow - 5.9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

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