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The 4 Star Best Western Plus Dover Marina Hotel & Spa is a seafront hotel in Dover, Kent and a short distance from Canterbury. We loved this historic water-front property! And we were really surprised to discover that in the UK, some of the finest historic properties are owned by Best Western. (Being from the States, this was an interesting surprise... we typically only book at BWs when we’re on road trips.) The staff here is great and the location provides an excellent base for seeing this history-rich area in the Southeast of England. Street parking is easy and free - a rare benefit in the more populated parts of the UK. We’d definitely book here again!
A 5-minute walk from the port of Dover and Dover Castle, this lovely guest house serves a full English breakfast and has free WiFi for guests. The owner made us a Wonderful “home-cooked breakfast and loved to tell about the history of the house. Parking is close and very close to the harbor/museums.
Located in Dover in the Kent region, with Dover Beach and Dover Beach nearby, Fairview House provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The owner Keri was very kind and helpful. Place was very clean and within walking distance from the town center. Rooms were very large and bed was comfy
Situated in Dover in the Kent region, with Dover Beach and Dover Ferry Port nearby, The White House Dover features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The property is located between the white cliffs of Dover and the sea and has wonderful views. It's also 2 minutes from the port so if you need to take a ferry to France is very convenient.
Set in Dover, 300 metres from Dover Beach, St Martins Guest House offers concierge services and free WiFi throughout the property. The units in the guest house are fitted with a flat-screen TV. The concierge was brilliant, very friendly and helpful. We arrived late and left at 2am and he was there to help us. Facilities were exactly as advertised and required. Thank you
Dover has some hidden gems and its sleepiness is a welcome break from any large city. There is something very calming about the sound of seagulls calling and the impressive castle presiding high over the urban area. There also seem to be endless walks to explore and the local food scene is good quality. We ate some memorable and variable meals there. We think this place is a well kept secret that is deceptively low key on the Kentish tourism map!
Dover is a wonderful place to visit for a 1 or 2 night stay. We visited in the 2nd week of September after the schools reopened so places weren't crowded. You can enjoy the long walk along White Cliffs (but it's not buggy/pram friendly as we discovered later), Marina Pier (Dover) and the breathtaking sea-view walk in Samphire Hoe. We also visited beaches in Dover, St.Margaret's and Samphire Hoe. We didn't visit Dover castle but we heard good reviews about it. Premier Inn & Travelodge are economical options to stay and they're both at walk-able distances from the shopping centre & Dover beach/pier.
Although I know it's a harbour town, I thought it would have "character". It's actually one of the ugliest places I have ever visited. Lot's if boarded shops, most houses look really uncared for. I wouldn't go back
I didnt know what to expect and i really didnt like dover, very rough area, i didnt feel safe when i was away from the hotel, the only reason id ever visit dover again is to go on the ferry to france.
Very lovely little town with plenty of things to see and to do. Unfortunately, we waisted a lot of time as we had a problem with our accommodation booking and spend a whole afternoon looking for another place to stay. Everything was fully booked. But we managed to have a nice walked to the white cliffs and visited the castle the following day.
We wanted a weekend out of London and while Dover isn't the typical choice, we were very pleased! The swimming was great, the beaches are nice and deep (no hobbling over rocks for ages) and also relatively quiet for a 35* weekend. Not a lot of choice food wise, but we had a lovely fish and chips from Wheelers on the beach, a FANTASTIC dinner at The Allotment, and lunch the next day at The Market Garden right in the center of town and all were 5 stars. We checked out the castle but frankly it was a bit too hot to enjoy.
Excellent service. Wonderful room! Lovely and clean and welcoming.
Very clean and the beds were really comfortable.