About Ashford Railway Station

Ashford Railway Station is an international train station situated in the town of Ashford, Kent. The station was opened in 1842, accommodating services between Dover and Croydon. After the completion of the Channel Tunnel line, international services began operating from the station in 1996.

Kent - the garden of England

This county tucked into the south-east corner of the UK has plenty of highlights that earned its nickname “the garden of England”. Here, visitors can enjoy exploring the parklands and mazes of medieval castles, pick their own seasonal fruits at picturesque orchards, or simply lose themselves in the stunning greenery of the Wealds, scattered with rustic windmills and oast houses. Brimming with natural beauty, fascinating history, and friendly communities, Kent is an adventure waiting to be had.

Fly through history at RAF Manston

The village of Manston, Kent, is the location of two great museums dedicated to aviation history, not to mention one of the last remaining spitfires in the world. The RAF base, dating back to World War I, is now a unique and free museum dedicated to the men and women who have served in the air force over the years. A host of well-preserved aircraft, artefacts, objects, and displays bring the story of the area during two world wars to life, making an intriguing day out for anyone.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Ashford Railway Station? Travelodge Ashford Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Canterbury Dunkirk Hotel can be reached in 40.