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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. Lovely, historical hotel in a great location: easy walk to town and many dining and shopping options. Only a short cab ride to the hotel from the ferry. Beautiful dining room with excellent breakfast selections, and a view of the water. Great view of the bay and the ferries coming and going from our room. Friendly and helpful staff. Quiet room, good beds, slept well, good size bathroom and shower. The hotel staff were all very helpful and willing to please. Nice quiet, well stocked bar. We enjoyed Dover very much, had some great times at the White Horse Pub (terrific Fish and Chips), Blakes of Dover pub, (great beer, food, and entertainment), Aspindos for excellent kabobs (delicious lamb kabobs!). Had breakfast one morning at the Happy Chef, which was outstanding, close by a money exchange. The historical museum in Dover is excellent and we recommend it, as well. From Dover you can take a brief bus ride up to the Battle of Britain Memorial, just a few pounds round trip, to one of the best interactive museums you will visit, with a tremendous view over looking the cliffs.
The Clare House is a highly recommended Victorian guesthouse, centrally located near ports and historical attractions. We have been awarded a 3-Diamond rating by the AA and Tourist Board. The room was very clean and nicely furnished. There was nothing missing. The bathroom was also very nice and clean. There was room service every day, towels were changed, and both coffee ( and cookies) and water were provided. The landlady was extremely friendly, nice and always helpful. We will come back again!!!
Awarded 4 stars by one of Britain's most prestigious travel guides, Maison Dieu Guest House is set close to Dover’s White Cliffs and 5 minutes’ drive from Dover's Ferry and Cruise Ship Terminal. Really lovely B&B. Brilliant breakfast (my word those waffles and that homemade rhubarb jam) and the owners had really great recommendations for places to eat and things to see and do. We had a great time!
Opposite Dover Priory Railway Station and well-placed for the ferry port, this Victorian guest house offers nonsmoking accommodations. We did not have breakfast as we were having a meal on the ferry. We did not see any staff as we arrived at 8pm and left at 5am. The room was comfortable and very clean and I especially liked the kitchenette which had everything you could want except a toaster but even had a washing machine excellent. The bed was very comfortable with spotless good quality bedding and the rooms were well equipped. Superb value for money and a good nights sleep. I would definitely stay there again and recommend to anyone needing somewhere to stay in Dover, also only two minutes from port and my car was safe with CCTV parking on street.
Located 2297 feet from Dover Beach, Heathwood provides accommodations with a garden, a terrace and room service for your convenience. Arrangements were made for early breakfast because we had an early ferry. Also host gave us a lift to the ferry in the morning.
A warm welcome awaits you at this family-run guest house that rests at the edge of Dover. Free Wi-Fi is available and each room has a flat-screen TV. The Guest House was great. 15 minutes of easy walking to township (where we dinned @ 8 Bells. Monday night is 1/2 price on certain drinks nite there.) Easily located on main dragg into Dover but no road noise as double glazed & we were in room overlooking road.
To see The White cliffs of Dover made up for the inadequate white house hotels shortcomings, if it were 1939 again? I would have still be volunteering to take a Spitfire up to defend the Island whatever the cost, it's a magnificent space to be within, the two locals who gave me directions when I was lost were the finest people I met while I was there,: both well worth defending and the best of British, and their dog looked happy also :)
Castle is well worth a visit great views from the top., Museum is free and on 3 floors has lots to see across Roman Saxon and WW11 very interesting. The culum yard good restaurant near the front , and white horse quicky pub .
Extraordinary castle. Nice cliffs but it's for a one day trip, you should stay no more than one night. People at restaurants and shops are rude and bitter. Beyond the castle, is not a place for tourists, just for locals.
It's nice to be by the sea and the castle is beautiful but other than that Dover is pretty bleak Sad, run down town centre and lots of places serving overpriced average food Highlights - The Allotment, a Mexican restaurant with a nice garden out the back serving tasty food. Castle Fish & Chippy - scrummy fish and chips!
The area was nice, great for hiking (white cliffs) or visiting the castle. Lovely restaurants nearby, the beach is pebbly but a good place to spend the afternoon when the weather is fine! "Cullins Yard" is a wonderful place for dinner, nice restaurant, outdoor and indoor tables, tasty food and lovely surrounding. If you need to take the ferry, it's easy to get to the port. The hotels are pretty pricy though, on weekends way too overpriced even. I recommend to book in advance.
Unless you are here for the ferry it's not a seaside resort with very little to do. Quite run down but good base for walking White Cliffs and North Downs. Easy to get to neighbouring towns which are a bit more enjoyable.
We did not have breakfast as we were having a meal on the ferry. We did not see any staff as we arrived at 8pm and left at 5am. The room was comfortable and very clean and I especially liked the kitchenette which had everything you could want except a toaster but even had a washing machine excellent. The bed was very comfortable with spotless good quality bedding and the rooms were well equipped. Superb value for money and a good nights sleep. I would definitely stay there again and recommend to anyone needing somewhere to stay in Dover, also only two minutes from port and my car was safe with CCTV parking on street.
The beds were very comfortable, the room was clean and neat, the welcome was warm and informative, the full english breakfast was excellent and very filling and there were books available to read. The guest house is within walking distance of Dover Castle and the Cliffs. While a bit of a stretch for those who would have some issues with walking, both the ferry terminal and the cruise terminal are within easy walking distance of about 2 km. There are plenty of places to eat and drink close by even on a late Sunday afternoon.
The Guest House was great. 15 minutes of easy walking to township (where we dinned @ 8 Bells. Monday night is 1/2 price on certain drinks nite there.) Easily located on main dragg into Dover but no road noise as double glazed & we were in room overlooking road.
The consierge John was delightful! Really knowledgable and helpful. He gave us lots of good recommendations and told us about Dover's history.
Its a great location, just a few minutes from the Dover Ferry. Easy access. Good private carpark.
The bed was very comfy. Lovely and clean.