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Canterbury Cathedral Lodge

Canterbury Cathedral Lodge 4 stars

Hotel in Canterbury

In the private and peaceful grounds of Canterbury Cathedral, this stylish lodge offers free Wi-Fi, hearty breakfasts and scenic views. Canterbury’s historic centre is a 2-minute walk away. the position of the lodge,the view of the Cathedral from our window- the wifi was good,the staff charming & helpful -

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9.2
Superb
1,428 reviews
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£92
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The Hugo - Hotel Concept Canterbury

The Hugo - Hotel Concept Canterbury

Hotel in Canterbury

The Hugo - Hotel Concept Canterbury is offering room-only accommodation on Canterbury High Street. This is without doubt the most comfortable hotel room I have stayed in, and for the price we paid, exceptional value. It is newly opened, so it is in pristine condition - however it is the thought and detail that has gone into the rooms that makes the difference. The bed is the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in - so much so that I have been in touch with Ben at the hotel and asked them for the supplier of the mattress so that I can get one of my own. I even took photos of the labels on the bedding as it was silky smooth and so, so comfortable. The pillows were just as good as the bed. We stayed in room No4 and the decor was fab - the room is every bit as good as it looks in the photos (though the bed making is my effort and not as slick as it looked when we arrived!!) The bathroom is a really good size, and at last a hotel bathroom that has an extractor fan that works. Little details though make the bathroom better than others - stuff like the bin and the toilet brush are mounted on the wall (and not sat on the floor), so that housekeeping can wipe the whole floor down easily. The standard of finish was particularly good, with a lovely big walk in shower, his'n'hers basins, his'n'hers towel warmer rails, a demisting mirror, and under basin lighting! It's in a fantastic location on the doorstep of cafes, bars and restaurants, and a short walk to the cathedral. This was my first visit to Canterbury, it's a lovely city with lots to see, and next time we are here we will definitely be staying at The Hugo :-)

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9.3
Superb
157 reviews
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£79
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Thomas Ingoldsby Wetherspoon

Thomas Ingoldsby Wetherspoon 4 stars

Hotel in Canterbury

Featuring 4-star accommodation, Thomas Ingoldsby Wetherspoon is located in Canterbury, 4.1 km from University of Kent and 2 km from Westgate. Very nice room for a extremely low price, high quality bar food and drink for very low prices.

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9.1
Superb
686 reviews
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£67.15
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Lhote Boutique Hotel Grill and Bar

Lhote Boutique Hotel Grill and Bar

Hotel in Canterbury

Situated in Canterbury and with Canterbury Cathedral reachable within 1.5 km, Lhote Boutique Hotel Grill and Bar features a garden, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar. the boss and his wife are very friendly full anglish breakfast was a treat quiet situation at just 3/4 mile of the city center

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9
Superb
68 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£88
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Cathedral Gate

Cathedral Gate 3 stars

Canterbury

Dating back to 1438, the historic Cathedral Gate is in the heart of Canterbury. I have been to many hotels and hostels and this one was truly great. Location, decoration, breakfast, service, price, you name it!. If I am back I will certainly stay there!

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8.9
Fabulous
1,265 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£55
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The Falstaff in Canterbury

The Falstaff in Canterbury 3 stars

Canterbury

Just meters from Canterbury’s medieval West Gate, this charming building dates back to 1403. The personnel was outstanding, nice persons to deal with

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8.6
Fabulous
2,434 reviews
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£74
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Holiday Inn Express Canterbury

Holiday Inn Express Canterbury 3 stars

Hotel in Canterbury

With a 24-hour front desk, this hotel offers free breakfasts and a modern restaurant. Holiday Inn Express Canterbury is situated in Upper Harbledown, just outside historic Canterbury. Convenient room, good wifi speed, good breakfast.

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8
Very good
1,567 reviews
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£51.20
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ABode Canterbury

ABode Canterbury 4 stars

Canterbury

Within Canterbury’s historic city walls, ABode Canterbury is just 300 metres from Canterbury Cathedral. A beautiful hotel in a perfection location on the pedestrianised main street in Canterbury. A lot of little extra touches make the hotel stand out from others. The staff are extremely helpful, friendly and professional. I would visit again. Thank you

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8.5
Very good
2,056 reviews
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£109
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Pilgrims Hotel

Pilgrims Hotel 3 stars

Canterbury

Situated within the Roman city walls of historic Canterbury’s centre, this family-run hotel dates back to the 16th century. It offers free WiFi, and a cosy, oak-beamed bar. I loved the rooms, coasy & elegant, and excellent breakfst! The rooms were so coasy and nicely laid out even with tea&coffee making as well as bath salts, shower gels and body lotions etc. The breakfast was fantastic too, with fresh pastries as well as a wonderfull infinite selection of hot breakfasts the staff were great too :)

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8.7
Fabulous
1,039 reviews
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£80
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Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel

Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in Canterbury

In 2 acres of landscaped gardens, Abbots Barton Hotel has a traditional restaurant and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel is just outside Canterbury centre, half a mile from Canterbury... Everything, excellent hotel, clean, comfortable and convenient, great value for money too, I'll definitely go back...

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8.5
Very good
1,784 reviews
Avg. price/night:
£67.50
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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 Booking.com includes luxury hotels with swimming pools, cheap hostels and city centre B&Bs.

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