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Set in peaceful landscaped gardens, Holiday Inn Dover is just 10 minutes from Dover’s bustling Ferry Port and famous White Cliffs. It has free parking, a gym, and a themed restaurant. The rooms were very comfortable and clean and the location was quiet and peaceful near many activities. The hotel staff was very helpful and polite. Overall a great experience.
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.
A 5-minute drive from Dover’s ferry terminal and 15 miles from the Eurotunnel, Crabble Hill House has free Wi-Fi and free private parking. It's a gorgeous house, decorated with great taste and most importantly hosted by really nice people. Garry is a wonderful person! Unfortunately we've crashed into the wall of the neighboring house when reversing in the driveway (be super careful!) and the neighbor and Garry dealt with it and handled it really fairly and nicely.
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. Location is closed to Dover terminal. Modern house with beautiful decoration. Very Friendly !
Opposite Dover Priory Railway Station and 5 minutes from the Ferry Port and Cruise terminals, Dover's Restover is a Victorian town house offering comfortable guest accommodations and free off street... Right across from train station. Excellent breakfast.
Dover has been run-down for quite a time, but, with the relatively new High Speed train service from London St Pancras, it appears to be improving. I went there for the walking, and enjoyed walking on the Downs and the cliffs, plus a visit to Samphire Hoe, looking at the wildlife and flowers. To give my legs a rest, I enjoyed a bus-ride to Hythe, from where I spent the day on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway, a miniature railway, worked by steam locomotives, but 13.5-mile-long line, with great views. Talking of buses, the local services are excellent, with many running as frequently as every twenty minutes. I ate three times at Il Rustico - great Italian food at a reasonable price, with friendly service. Shame their pizza oven was out-of-service, waiting for spare parts to come from Italy. Excellent red wines by the glass or bottle.
Dover is a busy commercial port so not really a tourist area. We stayed there because of the castle and there is easy access to the White Cliffs. We caught a train to Deal and then walked back to Dover over the White Cliffs - a beautiful 10 mile walk. However, if we did the trip again I think we would prefer to stay in Deal and get the train to Dover doing the walk in reverse. Deal was a much nicer, pretty place to stay in.
A great place to visit to see the beautiful white cliffs and Dover castle. Be prepared for lots of walking / hiking. Not a desirable beach destination and the town itself is a bit run down. Would recommend The White Horse pub for drinks and food!
I am a local and stayed here due to house being flooded. The hotel is situated about 2 miles from Dover Town centre next to the A2. Very easy to find and there is eating establishments within walking distance of the hote Inc a Macdonalds, Fish n Chip shop and a very good Indian Restaurant which is sit down and takeaway. There is a BP garage nearby and a local One Stop shop about 10 mins walk from hotel. Access to the port of Dover will take about 5mins straight down the A2.
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.
It's a gorgeous house, decorated with great taste and most importantly hosted by really nice people. Garry is a wonderful person! Unfortunately we've crashed into the wall of the neighboring house when reversing in the driveway (be super careful!) and the neighbor and Garry dealt with it and handled it really fairly and nicely.
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 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
Excellent service. Wonderful room! Lovely and clean and welcoming.
Exceptionally clean and very friendly