Canterbury Hotels

Chaucer Hotel
63 Ivy Lane
Canterbury, GB

Rating: 3 star
All 42 bedrooms are en-suite with full facilities including hairdryer, colour television, trouser press, tea & coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, 24 hour reception, room service and complimentary parking. The Hotel has an excellent informal dining room which serves modern British cuisine with a French influence during the evening, whilst for breakfast there is an excellent choice from the comprehensive menu and buffet table. The Pilgrims Bar / Lounge is open daily from 10am and serves food from a Brasseri ...
New Dover Road
Canterbury, Kent, GB

Rating: MOBIL RATING:
Gothic style building dating back to the 1830's, became a hotel in 1927 and since has served the needs of the historic city of Canterbury. Today the Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel has been tastefully refurbished to offer all the comforts and amenities of a first class modern hotel, with gardens and all the charm and atmosphere of times gone by. The hotel is situated 5 mins walk from County Cricket Ground. ...
Upper Harbledown
Canterbury, GB
The Express by Holiday Inn Canterbury hotel is conveniently located within easy access from M2 Junction 7 on the A2, 10 minutes west of the city centre. Our guestrooms feature a contemporary design and accommodate up to two adults and two children. Each room is equipped with ensuite power shower, satellite TV, high speed wireless internet connection, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Our room rate includes complimentary continental breakfast. At night there is a dinner menu available for guests from 6 ...
Upper Ansdore Petham
Canterbury, GB

Rating: No Rating
Upper Ansdore was probably a first floor hall house dating from late medieval period circa 1380. In rural areas this form of house was favoured for defence purposes.The ground floor was probably used as store rooms or as a subsiduary living accommodation.Above the 1st floor is a hall of 2 bays originally open to the roof with a single bay solar adjoining which was always ceiled providing an attic. 200yrs later in 16th century a chimney was built out of tudor bricks.It allowed 2 fireplaces on the 1st floor and 2 on the ground floor so all rooms coul ...
30-33 High Street
Canterbury, GB

Rating: Star Rating 4
The hotel was first licensed as a hotel in 1830. After a complete refurbishment in 2006 the ABode Hotel now combines classical architecture with sleek contemporary lines, Definitely one of Kent??s premier destinations. An ideal destination for business or pleasure. ...
Ash, Cantebury
Canterbury, GB

Rating: 4 Stars
Two ancient oriental Plane trees stand guard at the entrance to the drive and a majestic Holm Oak dominates the lawn at Great Weddington, a Regency Grade II listed country house, sitting in slendour in a beautiful English country garden. ...
36 St Dunstans Terrace
Canterbury, GB

Rating: No Rating
Our late Georgian family guest house, circa 1830, offers first class bed and breakfast accommodation, set in a quiet residential street just ten minutes stroll from Canterbury city centre with its magnificent cathedral and many places of historic interest. It is ideally situated for exploring the city, coastline or the beautiful Kent countryside and is an ideal location for short breaks, long weekends or business trips. All of the hotel bedrooms have been professionally designed to a high standard, offering either ...

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