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The Victoria Hotel Good 7.9 food was good and staff were friendly and helpful and easy walking distance for city center
House of Agnes Superb 9.2 Everything, House of Agnes is simply perfect. We had this beautiful room, Venezia, with the hot tub in the room, very romantic, a beautiful bed and direct access to the garden. Lights were perfect and we enjoy the room a lot. Breakfast is rich and very tasty and most of all, they are all incredibly kind.
Canterbury Cathedral Lodge Superb 9.1 + In the heart of Canterbury + Clean + Friendly staff + Free car park if spaces are available. + Free entrance to the Cathedral .Warning: the entrance is located at 36 Burgate (GPS) .Warning: some of the rooms are not in the lodge itself, but in a building adjacent to the main Lodge. Mine had a street view, which was a little noisy in the morning with the deliveries. No lift in this building, rooms located on the second floor.
Howfield Manor Hotel Very good 8.5 The staff, the location, the room.
The Millers Arms Inn Fabulous 8.9 Staff were so helpful. Food was perfect. Room was ideal in size with lots of storage for clothes etc. location spot on.
Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel Very good 8.2 everything was so relaxed. The restaurant food was first class.
Pilgrims Hotel Very good 8.4 The bed was extremely comfortable. The location of the hotel could not be beter. Breakfast was very good. Staff were friendly. I was travelling alone and felt very safe and secure. I would recommend the hotel highly.
Abode Canterbury Very good 8.2
Ebury Hotel Very good 8.4 Cleanliness, good food , friendly helpful staff, good room sizes and good location, plus a swimming pool and adequate parking
Canterbury Hotel Fabulous 8.7 the hosbility of stuff and the location
Castle House Hotel Fabulous 8.8 Large, well-furnished bedroom and bathroom
The Falstaff in Canterbury Very good 8.3 We loved the Falstaff hotel ! Very friendly people, good breakfast and very close to the heart of the city Canterbury. For sure we would go back there !
Cathedral Gate Fabulous 8.7 nealy all the things is best! Worthy the money!
Iffin Farmhouse Superb 9 Hospitality, Friendliness, Superior Cleanliness though very individual rooms, great food
YHA Canterbury Very good 8.4 Great installations and equipment. Great personel Room with books for borrow while staying Bar

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    Heavenly Heritage and Literary Legend

    Canterbury’s religious and historic significance has inspired literary greatness. Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’ were based on pilgrimages to the bygone shrine of Thomas A Becket, who was murdered here. The Marlowe Theatre is named after the 16th-century playwright born here, and the Canterbury Museum has an exhibit on Rupert Bear, whose author lived in this River Stour city.

    River cruises and punting provide fantastic views of the striking weavers’ houses right on the water, and of Westgate - the UK’s largest city gate. Other sections of the city walls remain, and there are also ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey, named after the 6th-century saint who brought Christianity to England. He was the first Archbishop of Canterbury, but the modern-day seat is the UNESCO World Heritage-listed cathedral, dating to the 12th century.

    From the same period are the Norman castle ruins, occupying the site of a wooden fort constructed by William the Conqueror. The mound they sit on in Dane John Gardens is thought to be a Roman cemetery, and an original mosaic is visible in the Roman Museum.

    In the Buttermarket half-timbered houses and historic inns are interspersed with shops, and big name brands line the Whitefriars Shopping Centre. The Canterbury accommodation on includes luxury hotels with swimming pools, cheap hostels and city centre B&Bs.

    Hotels that guests love in Canterbury

    • Great location, only a short walk to Canterbury's West Gate. Hotel has plenty of free parking.

    • Confirms just how poor British "hotels" can be. We were given a room on the ground floor with a Bay window at ground level facing the Main road of Canterbury - open the curtains and you are 2 feet from pedestrians - sleep past 7

    • Lovely place to stay, perfect location for exploring Canterbury. Our room was family room on top floor and separate room for kids on one side was handy. Parking in another area was easy and not an issue not being at the hotel. Restaurant downstairs great for dinner. Breakfast nice and plenty of choices.

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