Hotel Accommodation in Canterbury
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Clare Ellen Guest House is a charming Victorian town house dating back to the late 19th Century which retains its period character whilst offering all the modern conveniences you would expect from a four star establishment.
Pilgrims slept here! This 1438 building pre-dates even the adjoining sculpted Cathedral Gateway. The Cathedral itself is just 30 paces away as is the bustling commerce of the Buttermarket and a wealth of busy shops, cafes and restaurants. Despite our central location in the pedestrianised city centre, guests may drive to the front door for unloading before going on to park.
All of our six spacious rooms are en-suite with colour TV, radio alarm, hair dryer, trouser press and tea and coffee making facilities, and have views overlooking the gardens or open countryside. Book now through our secure booking procedure We cater for parties, weddings and functions for up to seventy guests within the hotel, with the provision of a marquee in the grounds catering for up to100 people.We
ABode is dedicated to offering our guests the very best. From the finest local specialities and most memorable city locations, to unique surroundings and ambiance, our hotels are dedicated to making your stay simply exceptional. Whether you visit us for a relaxing break or a business meeting, an intimate meal with friends or a fairytale wedding, our attention to detail, quality and tradition will make
Ebury Hotel Canterbury is one of the finest hotels in Canterbury. A short walk from Canterbury city centre, Canterbury Cathedral and the Canterbury shops, this privately owned Canterbury hotel is located in 2 acres of grounds; offering an indoor heated swimming pool, an award winning restaurant, a large car-park with free parking, and attractive gardens. All 15 bedrooms are en-suite, have sky satellite
Now managed by the people who so successfully brought us Crerar Hotels, Swallow has come home to a group with genuine hospitality values at its heart. Located in some of the great cities of Scotland and England and in breathtaking parts of our countryside - and seaside - our hotels all come with their own personality and character. It's the warmth of the welcome that will always be the same whenever
This 17th century coaching inn is run by the chef and patron Jean-Claude Rozard. A real flavour of France in England, we are recommended in the Good Food Guide and Fromers Guide (USA). Away from the village of Barham on the A2, Southbound, this original inn is run on the lines of a French auberge. Food comes 1st here. Rooms are comfortable though anybody wanting straight walls beware. The inn is ideal
The warmest welcome awaits all our visitors - residents, party guests, non-resident 'regulars', conference delegates, diners - we look forward to meeting you. While staying with us you will be ideally located in the historic heart of Canterbury's city centre - directly opposite the Marlowe Theatre and just minutes' walk through picturesque Medieval streets to the many ancient buildings, attractions,
If you're thinking of visiting East Kent, and especially Canterbury - a bustling city of huge cultural, historical and religious interest, nestling in the beautiful countryside of "The Garden of England" and close to exquisite small villages and holiday venues - we would like to welcome you to the award winning Thanington Hotel, in Wincheap, Canterbury. Canterbury is an ideal base for visitors to East
Centrally located, only 200m from Canterbury West train station & a short walk from the Cathedral the building has been extensively renovated by its current owners and now proudly boasts six boutique style rooms and the stylish Quadrant restaurant. The rooms are individually themed on great cities of the world - Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai, Mumbai, Marrekesh & Canterbury. The hotel also has the largest
Our bed and breakfast is conveniently located in Canterbury city centre opposite the imposing ruins of the ancient Norman castle. This attractive bed and breakfast guest house is steeped in history. The building itself dates back to the 1730s and as it incorporates part of the old city walls and the Roman Worthgate and the pretty walled garden at the front of the house was originally part of the castle
The Ersham Lodge Hotel has for a number of years built up an enviable reputation for exceptional quality of service at an affordable and realistic price. The friendly and enthusiastic hotel owners, Elaine & David Kemp have continued the tradition since they took over ownership of the hotel and have firmly established the Ersham Lodge as one of Canterbury's premier bed & breakfast hotels.
The Abbots Barton Hotel's interesting history dates back to 1830 when it was built as a private house on the site of the Barley Farm of St. Augustine. It became a hotel in 1927 and has since expanded to its present size, comprising 53 guest rooms, 'The Fountain Restaurant' which seats up to 70 people, 4 private function rooms suitable for conferencing and syndicate meetings and The Cathedral Room which
Yorke Lodge is situated in the beautiful city of Canterbury within Kent, the Garden of England. We welcome you to our house offering accommodation for the discerning traveller set within a wonderful Victorian town house. We are a family run Bed and Breakfast Hotel with facilities more common to an hotel. Our aim is to provide you with first class service and friendly attention, ensuring you a comfortable