Samuel Pepys recorded in his diary that he visited Grays on 24 September 1665 and apparently bought fish from the local fishermen.[2] Parts of Grays and Chafford Hundred are set within three Victorian chalk pits; the largest two being the Lion Gorge, and the Warren Gorge. Another area of the Chafford Hundred residential development is built on a Victorian landfill site.

If we do not have availability for your dates and you'd like to stay in Bed and Breakfast, why not have a look at Brindleys, our sister B&B.

— Check weather forecast for your trip to Grays

The town is approximately 20 miles (32 km) to the east of London on the north bank of the River Thames, and 2 miles (3.2 km) east of the M25 motorway its economy is linked to Port of London industries, its own offices, retail and Lakeside, West Thurrock. Its variously used riverside (from homes through wild bird-habitat marshland to importation, storage and distribution) faces Broadness Lighthouse, Broadness Point, Swanscombe, Kent.[4]

Room Five is on the 1st floor at the front of the house with lovely views over Bath.

In this area you can download various HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language - the computer language that web pages such as this one are written in) and Adobe Acrobat files. Acrobat files are easy to view and should print accurately.

Directly from Basingstoke to Grays (no roads, just plain old distance, as if an airplane goes straight to your destination point). driving distance - routes that will take you from Basingstoke to Grays when you are traveling by land transport (e.g. car). Our metric systems are flexible. You can have the necessary output in kilometers (km), miles or nautical miles, whatever suits our users best.

Room Ten is one of our Loft rooms on the 2nd floor overlooking the garden.

Room Four is on the ground floor and is one of our best rooms. It is known as the 'Garden room' as it has light streaming in from its own enclosed courtyard.

— Check return route by car - From Grays to Basingstoke

A team named Grays raced against the home team which was called Cambridge at Caxton Speedway near Cambridge on 10 September 1931. Grays featuring Lionel Loudon, Wal Evans, Bill Bailey, Alf Lloyd and Smiler Puncher lost.

Nikon Manual Focus Lenses pricelist (HTML); Acrobat Version (size 7KB) A listing of new Nikkor manual focus lenses.

From the top of the Derby Road Bridge in Grays one can look down to Thurrock Yacht Club, Grays Beach children's playground and the River Thames.

Room Nine is one of our cosy Loft rooms on the 2nd floor.

Parking can be tricky in Bath. We have on-site complimentary parking, so guests can ‘park up’ and forget their car when staying at Grays.

Room Eight is a lovely, quiet room on the 1st floor at the back of the house overlooking the garden.

We hope to welcome you to Grays in the near future.

New Nikon Camera Equipment A listing of new Nikon digital & film cameras, lenses, accessories.

A ground floor room with twin beds or if preferred, these can be set as a 6' Super King bed.

The site provides our users with simple service - finding distance between different places, cities etc. How do we present the result and serve it:

Bijoux, beautiful, relaxing and just a 5-7 minute lazy walk from the heart of the city, at www.brindleysbath.co.uk.

Here is a list with another popular routes from Basingstoke

Grays railway station runs through the centre of the built-up core and is served by c2c and runs between Fenchurch Street station in the City of London to the west and Shoeburyness to the east.

As well as Thurrock Yacht Club, Grays Beach is the site of the local landmark The Gull, a lightship built in 1860, which has lain on the foreshore for decades and is now in a serious state of dilapidation.

Bedroom Twelve is a quirky twin room and is one of our Loft rooms on the 2nd floor.

Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 5:30pm Sat: 10:00am - 1:00pm Closed on Public and Bank Holidays

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Grays

40 Churton Street Pimlico, London SW1V 2LP England

For the avoidance of doubt, please be aware that we do not accept infants or children under 12 and that the maximum occupancy for any of our rooms is 2 people.

Also for better understanding you will get a map which will be marked with the routes needed for your trip. Actions you are able to do with the map: pan, zoom in and out, change from ordinary map to satellite view.

Thurrock is a Saxon name meaning "the bottom of a ship".[3] The element "Grays" comes from Henry de Grai, a descendant of the Norman knight Anchetil de Greye, who was granted the manor of Grays Thurrock in 1195 by Richard I.

Our guiding principle is to offer exceptional accommodation and service, to make our guests feel they are ‘home from home’ and to make their stay in Bath one to remember.

Tel: 020-7828 4925 Fax: 020-7976 5783 info@graysofwestminster.co.uk

Room Three is on the ground floor at the front of the house with lovely views across the City.

The Thurrock Campus of South Essex College relocated to a new complex in the town centre in September 2014.

This is one of our most luxurious rooms on the ground floor with high ceilings, original cornicing and lovely views across the City to the Royal Crescent.

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Lakeside Hammers speedway team (formerly Arena Essex Hammers) races nearby, next to the Lakeside Shopping Centre.

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The Place is our stunning, new 1 bedroom holiday rental apartment. A beautiful, luxurious bolthole ‘pour deux’, offering the best of town and country, a 10 minute walk into town and set in a quiet location, with wonderful views over both the city and surrounding countryside, with all the mod cons you would expect from a luxury apartment.